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ICRC appealed for information about staff members abducted in Syria in 2013
The German Red Cross expects around 3,000 calls for help by the end of 2016 from refugees who have lost track of family members on their perilous journey. A large number of requests come from minors.
Recent airstrikes rendered Sana’a airport useless, cutting off one of last remaining lifelines to central Yemen
Rebel militias advance towards port of Aden, thwart opposition by kidnapping senior Islah Party officials
They rose up in 2004 in their stronghold of Saada against the government of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, blaming it for marginalising them.
Syrian state television reported that “armed terrorist gangs opened fire on an ICRC mission and kidnapped their members.”
Foreign Minister clarifies Obama’s remarks on Egypt at UNGA
The two-hour assault on Tuesday, which left one Afghan guard dead, was the first time ICRC offices have been targeted in Afghanistan in 26 years
National Committee for International Humanitarian Law met Tuesday to establish goals
“Eight men, two women and a child died in the attacks,” Kenya Red Cross spokesperson Nelly Muluka said
At 6:45 in the morning, attackers pummeled the ICRC residence while ICRC staffers were asleep inside
A bomb exploded inside of the Dadaab refugee camp, injuring six people, as the African Union Mission in Somalia plans a counteroffensive against militants inside of Somalia
By AFP GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories: The International Committee of the Red Cross on Monday began transferring emergency supplies of fuel to the Gaza Strip where an electricity crisis has hit medical services hard. “This morning we began distributing 150,000 liters of diesel to Gaza’s hospitals and we will have completed the distribution by the …