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The race against time to save lives in Yemen

25 April, 2017

The United Nations is appealing for $2.1 billion in international assistance this year for Yemen – the war-torn country facing famine.

Will Hodeida become Yemen's next tragedy?

19 April, 2017

Comment: Hodeida is a city already devastated by poverty, but as the fighting edges closer, there are concerns that a fresh humanitarian crisis is looming, writes Khalid Al-Karimi.

From the Sahrawi refugee camps: Polisario prepares its resistance

29 March, 2017

The long read: Morocco rejoining the African Union in January changed the status quo for Sahrawi ambitions for independence. Thomas Vescovi sends this analysis from the Tindouf refugee camps.

EU-Turkey deal 'playing roulette' with futures of vulnerable refugees

17 March, 2017

The International Rescue Committee, the Norwegian Refugee Council and Oxfam have warned that the deal is causing human suffering and should under no circumstances be replicated with other countries.

UK urged to help more refugees using family networks

28 February, 2017

Refugee and rights agencies are urging the UK government to change the rules around reuniting refugee families as a way of offering a safe haven to more vulnerable people.

750,000 stuck in western Mosul as battle looms

14 February, 2017

Aid groups are anticipating further civilian casualties as military forces gear up to force IS from western Mosul.

Yemen: Going to a warzone is no 'adventure'

18 January, 2017

AbdelHalim AbdAllah blogs about travelling to MSF's projects in Yemen, where he saw first-hand some of the brutal realities of civil war.

Yemen war claims lives of 1,400 children

11 January, 2017

Nearly 1,400 children have been killed, hundreds more injured and many schools closed by the war in Yemen, the UN children's fund said on Wednesday.

Yemen's children starve as war drags on

02 January, 2017

Less than a third of Yemen's 24 million people have access to health facilities which means thousands of Yemeni children are dying every week from preventable diseases.

Japan backtracks on discouraging pregnant Syrians from seeking asylum

21 December, 2016

Japan's plans to accept 150 Syrian refugees over five years comes under fire for discouraging pregnant women from applying.

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