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Protesters holds up a placard as they shout slogans during a rally against former U.N. chief Kofi Annan in Sittwe, Myanmar, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Wa Lone
Buddhist protesters in Myanmar threw petrol bombs to try to block a shipment of aid to Muslims in Rakhine state, where the United Nations has accused the military of ethnic cleansing, before police fired in the air to disperse them. According to Reuters, the incident...
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Kabul- Two Red Cross staff members kidnapped early this year in Afghanistan have been released, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Tuesday. The two were abducted on Feb. 8 while delivering assistance in Jawzjan province, in the north of the country,...
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A picture taken on August 2, 2017 shows children of extremist fighters now living in the Libyan Red Crescent headquarters in Misrata, a town half-way between Sirte and Tripoli. (AFP)
Traumatized by war, their extremist parents either killed or missing, 28 children have found solace in each other at a Red Crescent center in Libya’s third city Misrata, said an Agence France Presse report on Friday. Whether they’re jumping up and down on...
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Mosul – Clashes between Peshmerga forces and the Sinjar Protection Units erupted near Sinjar, a town in Iraqi Kurdistan, local Kurdish sources reported. Iraqi Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani, belonging to the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), is known...
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Health officials have hit back at the claims there is a ‘humanitarian crisis’ in UK hospitals saying the NHS was wrongly being likened to a war zone. Credit: Christopher Furlong/Christopher Furlong
The British Red Cross and the government are engaging in a heated dispute over whether the National Health Service (NHS) is experiencing a “humanitarian crisis” as hospitals and ambulance services struggle to keep up with rising demand. The British Red Cross has...