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Red Cross calls for combatants to spare children in Yemen conflict
29 children killed in marketplace missile strike
Rescue teams search rubble for missing people after Indonesian quake
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Yemen hospitals under pressure
The fighting around the Houthi-controlled port has claimed at least 280 lives
Gunmen kidnap German Red Cross nurse in Somalia
A German nurse working for the International Committee of the Red Cross was kidnapped in Mogadishu on Wednesday.
Syrian War widows with no place to go
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Syrian state TV says opposition fighters have left Syria’s rebel-held
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Red Cross to cut Afghanistan operation 'drastically' after attacks
The ICRC says it has no option but to reduce staff after fatal attacks this year.
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Watch: Aid trucks swarm across pools of mud
Impressive Red Cross footage shows trucks battling to carry construction material in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
South Asia struggles after deadly monsoon flooding
Fears are rising for hundreds of villages stranded by monsoon flood waters in large areas of Nepal, Bangladesh and India.