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World Humanitarian Day Tragedy: IFRC calls for humanitarian solution to Mediterranean drownings as two young children confirmed drowned

Geneva, 19 August 2016: Two Syrian children, eight months and five years old, were today confirme...

Warning of 579,000 severely malnourished children the latest wake-up call on southern Africa

Pretoria / Geneva, 17 August 2016: A new report revealing that 579,000 children across southern...

Yemen Red Crescent Society volunteer killed in Taiz - Movement statement

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement mourns the death of yet another volunteer ...

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