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The resilience and tears of Ukrainian refugees
In a forced smile that turned into tears, Euronews reporter Monica Pinna saw all the resilience of a population that is fighting for justice, democracy, and freedom.
Kurdish forces step up battle against IS in Syria after prison assault
US-backed Kurdish security forces brought reinforcements to regain control of areas taken by Islamist militants after Thursday's attack on the jail in Hassakeh.
Harsh winter and snowfall deepen ongoing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan
Snowfall and dropping temperatures have increased the problems of the poor and needy people across Afghanistan. The harsh conditions have especially hit displaced people, many of whom are forced to spend their nights in simple shacks or even tents with no heating.
Belgium's system for asylum-seekers unable to cope as winter closes in
FEDASIL, the government agency that deals with asylum seekers, says it is in a race against time to help the people in need.
'House of the Child' welcomes Syria's abandoned children
In a conservative society where adulterous relationships are not accepted, the deteriorating economic conditions might also be a reason for children being abandoned, according to Younes Abo Amin, manager of "House of the Child".
Sea-Watch rescues 412 migrants in Mediterranean
A ship of the humanitarian group Sea-Watch rescued dozens of migrants in the Mediterranean over 2 days.
EU humanitarian aid package 'not enough' for Afghanistan, NGO says
On Tuesday the European Union announced a revamped humanitarian aid package worth €1 billion to deal with the aftermath of the Taliban takeover.
United Arab Emirates
Aid sent to help cholera outbreak, refugees crisis and flood victims
Two humanitarian aid flights left Dubai bound to give much-needed help to the people of Sudan and Ethiopia. Supplied by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
In Kabul, fear and apprehension as Taliban prepares to form government
Euronews' international affairs correspondent Anelise Borges is on the ground in Taliban-held Kabul speaking to residents about their expectations for the future.
Stopping humanitarian aid to Afghanistan 'could spark a catastrophe'
"If funding is frozen to anything which is going on in Afghanistan, including the humanitarian operation, that will precipitate a catastrophe here for the Afghanistan people."
Haiti earthquake: Large-scale aid yet to reach remote areas
The quake followed by a tropical storm wiped out many of the sources of food and income that many depend on for survival in Haiti, already struggling with COVID-19, gang violence and assassination of its president.
Ethiopia's conflict-hit Tigray region is on the verge of a humanitaria
It estimates that around 3.8 million of the roughly six million people there, are in desperate need of assistance. Without urgent action tens of thousands of people could starve to death.
Hospitals struck by artillery in Ethiopia's Tigray region, says report
The report, compiled by the Ethiopian government, the UN and NGOs on the ground in Tigray, has laid bare the scale of the damage inflicted on the region.
Bangladesh navy ships take 1,700 Rohingya to isolated island
The 1,700 refugees were selected because of their willingness to be moved to the island, which the Bangladeshi government said could accommodate 100,000 people.
Yemenis light candles on Christmas Day to shine light on ongoing war
Yemeni citizens of Al-Jahmiliya neighbourhood, the most destroyed neighbourhood in Taez, light hundreds of candles on Christmas Day to draw the world's attention to end the war in their city.
UN, Ethiopia sign deal for aid access to embattled Tigray
This will allow the first food, medicines and other aid into the region of 6 million people that has seen rising hunger during the fighting between the federal and Tigray regional governments.
97 medics die from COVID-19 as humanitarian crisis worsens in Yemen
The healthcare system of the war-ravaged country has been left in tatters. Even before coronavirus struck, Yemen had just 10 doctors for every 10,000 people.
Niger: Mothers 'best asset' for early diagnosis of child malnutrition
38,000 children under the age of five-years-old are estimated to die every year from causes linked to malnutrition
Guatemala: nearly half children under five suffer chronic malnutrition
Nearly half of Guatemalan children are under-nourished - among the highest rates in the world. And aid agencies say that in the worst affected parts of the country, the number of acute cases is higher than official estimates.
Exclusive: Europe’s Children of ISIS
“Europe’s Children of ISIS” follows the victims - and children - of the members of one of the world’s most brutal terrorist organizations.
Children in Al-Hol camp 'in limbo amid dire humanitarian needs'
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warned tens of thousands of children in Al-Hol camp and several parts of Syria are in limbo amid dire humanitarian needs.
Afghanistan: What is the humanitarian cost of a never-ending war?
With a growing number of attacks and civilian casualties. The conflict in Afghanistan is intensifying even 18 years after U.S. intervention. But what is the humanitarian cost?
Venezuelans rush to border as Peru tightens immigration rules
Thousands of Venezuelans rushed to Peru's northern border on Friday, in an attempt to enter the country before it imposed tougher immigration regulations.
Escaping Libya: a special report as warlords lay siege to the country
As part of a Euronews special, Anelise Borges travels to Libya to meet with those who are desperate to escape the war-torn country,
Migrants and Greeks in Samos share anger and despair
Samos is less than two kilometres away from the Turkish coast and it's one of several so-called "hotspots" for asylum seekers on the Greek islands of the north Aegean Sea.
Venezuelan pets are abandoned because their owners can't feed them
Venezuelan pets are abandoned because owners can't feed them, but animal rescue groups are trying to help.