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EU pledges humanitarian assistance for eastern DRC
French president, Emmanuel Macron, is on a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo as Brussels announced it was setting up a 'humanitarian air bridge' to deliver aid to the troubled east of the country.
On this day, we ask the EU not to forget displaced Ukrainians
Twelve months since the full-scale invasion, the humanitarian need inside Ukraine is greater than ever, and civilians continue to fall victim to the war, three leaders of faith-based advocacy organisations wrote.
Living with the horror of war, Krasnohorivka residents refuse to leave
Life on Ukraine's frontline. People who have refused to leave Krasnohorivka are fed by Ukraine's White Angels and looked after by the hospital's last remaining doctor.
Antony Blinken pledges $100 million to help earthquake-hit Turkey
Visiting Turkey for the first time, the US Secretary of State announced an additional $100 million to Turkey aimed at helping the country's long-term recovery from devastating earthquakes..
Two women saved in miracle rescue 248 hours after Turkey earthquake
Search and rescue operations are still underway in the Turkish city of Kahramanmaras, with two miracle rescues providing hope for the families of the missing.
French doctors in Turkey set up temporary field hospital after deadly
First responders have set up a temporary medical centre in the Turkish town of Golbasi as hospital wards struggle to cope after deadly earthquakes.
Delays to humanitarian aid to rebel-controlled Syria are ‘deadly’: HWR
The earthquake has dramatically worsened the situation for millions in Syria, as even before the natural disaster they were facing one of the worst economic and humanitarian crises since the civil war began,
First UN team since quake crosses into rebel-held Syria
The UN’s first delegation has crossed into rebel-held northwestern Syria, as activists and emergency teams have decried its slow response.
Syria to open new crossing points to allow aid for earthquake victims
Syria’s president has agreed to open two new crossing points from Turkey to the country’s rebel-held northwest to deliver desperately needed aid and equipment to help millions of earthquake victims.
As time runs out, those saving lives in Turkey and Syria need us
After last week's devastating earthquakes, it is more important than ever to support those who are there to stay long after the world loses interest, Save the Children's Global Humanitarian Director Gabriella Waaijman writes.
The death toll from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria passes 33,000
As the death toll from last Monday's earthquake in Syria and Turkey passes 33,000, it is feared tens of thousands more may be buried under the rubble.
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad visits earthquake zone
Syrian president Basharal-Assad talks to rescuers in demolished Masharqa neighbourhood of Aleppo during his first visit to the quake zone following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake
'Antakya is finished': Thousands left homeless in ruined city
Euronews' Anelise Borges captures the aftermath and destruction from Antakya, Turkey – one of the worst hit areas from Monday's earthquake.
'The bodies start to pile up', as search efforts turn to grim recovery
The Turkish city of Antakya is one of the worst hit places after Monday's earthquake. Dozens of buildings have collapsed in the region.
Aid pours into quake-hit Turkey, Syria as death toll soars past 20,700
Rescuers pulled more survivors from beneath collapsed buildings Thursday night, but hopes were fading of finding many more people alive after the catastrophic earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria.
Mounting pressure on Erdogan as he visits quake-stricken areas
With just three months to go before the presidential elections, Erdogan has acknowledged 'shortcomings' in his government's response to the earthquakes.
WHO spokesperson: In Turkey and Syria, we are in a race against time
The earthquake has affected a population of an estimated 23 million people, and the vulnerable have become even more vulnerable, Tarik Jašarević explained.
Survivors pulled from rubble after earthquake hits Turkey and Syria
Rescuers in Turkey searched through the frigid night into Tuesday morning, hoping to pull more survivors from the rubble after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed thousands of people.
Spanish police dismantle gang smuggling drugs disguised as Ukraine aid
The group had allegedly "pretended to be part of a solidarity convoy" in order to avoid police and border controls.
Bleak picture of world as UN asks for more aid money than ever
The United Nations has asked for a record amount of money to cope with looming climate-change-induced famines in Africa and the devastating Ukraine war.