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Caritas, one of the main aid groups in Central African Republic say it’s optimistic a kidnapped French charity worker could be released today. The
With unemployment running at around 25% and no let-up in the ongoing economic crisis gripping Greece, thousands of Athenians have been forced to
A year after the end of the third civil war that ravaged the Central African Republic an uneasy calm reigns in the capital, Bangui.
They go where most of us would never dare, leading the battle against the Ebola crisis, working where conflict rages: in Syria, Iraq, Nigeria
The prime minister of Niger has appealed for international help to confront a looming food crisis compounded by thousands of refugees who have
On Monday the UN’s World Food programme announced it was suspending aid to 1.7 million Syrian refugees from lack of funds. It needs just over 51
A Dutch navy vessel delivered relief supplies to Freetown, Sierra Leone on November 19.
The ship is carrying supplies for the Ebola-stricken
In southern Turkey anger is growing against Syrian refugees who have been streaming across the border since their country erupted into bloody civil
Philippe Douste-Blazy is a former minister in the French government and President of UNITAID. He wants to eradicate extreme poverty and raise
Photo: Sister Angélique Namaika was the 2013 winner of UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award. Sister Angélique (in black) teaches women to make clothes in the
Prince Harry arrived in Antarctica on Friday in preparation for a trek across the South Pole. His team will complete the 335km Virgin Money South
A group of Syrian migrants on the Italian island of Lampedusa have finally been able to leave to seek asylum in Sicily.
They are able to apply for
It swept the Philippines at 210 kilometres per hour, causing 1,901 deaths… The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
The tide of Syrian refugees traumatised from the civil war has reached two million, half of them children. It is a crushing burden on neighbouring
In the city of Saida, in the south of Lebanon, local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have joined together to coordinate humanitarian aid for
Every day hundreds of refugees arrive at the gates of the High Commissioner for Refugees of the United Nations in Beirut.
While the conflict is
We hear the uplifting story of 13 year old Kesz Valdez, once reduced to scrabbling for survival among the rubbish tips of Manila, now he is the proud
The ‘World Disaster Report’ from the International Red Cross Federation has just come out and its figures for 2011 make grim reading.
Last year the
Anna Miranda, euronews: War, armed conflict, torture, catastrophe… how to alleviate human suffering? Is humanitarian diplomacy gaining in efficiency