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ICRC Afghanistan Feb 20
10,453 / year 871 / month 29 / day In 2017, one civilian was either killed or injured every hour in . Civilians are
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SAMS Feb 20
SAMS has just received reports that another one of our staff, a young nurse who worked at our hospital in Arbin for the past 3 yrs, was killed in aerial attacks. She is the 3rd medical worker we've lost in in 48 hrs. This is unacceptable.
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MSF International 18h
: Casualty numbers in besieged are soaring beyond imagination. Our supported hospitals have seen more than 2,500 wounded and more than 520 dead after just 5 days of intense bombing and shelling
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Francesco Rocca Feb 23
It is a shame that our volunteers and their premises are still under attack. We call all the parties to respect humanitarians. Targeting them is a war crime and it is affecting every community. STOP IT!
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UN Geneva Feb 23
Wars have rules. Civilians are . Read 📜 the 1949 Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War:
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MSF International Feb 24
UPDATE: Our supported hospitals in have seen more than 2,400 wounded and more than 500 dead in 4 days. The need for life-saving medical care is urgent.
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CPJ Feb 22
Six years ago today, journalist Marie Colvin and photographer Rémi Ochlik were killed when their makeshift press center in , , was struck during shelling of the city.
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ICRC Feb 13
Football in Sana'a, Yemen. Their childhood is .
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Deep Notion Feb 13
In memory of ... 😢 😢
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Dr Jemilah Mahmood 7h
We are all anxious and furious that aid workers are harmed. May he return safely to his family. Aid workers are
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Canadian Red Cross Feb 23
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Doctors w/o Borders Feb 21
Replying to @MSF
In the past three days- RELENTLESS bombing as 13 hospitals and clinics supported by have been damaged or destroyed. Medical evacs must be allowed out of Eastern Ghouta for critical patients
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UNICEF Feb 13
Families have been torn apart by the killing of water-facility workers in . Discover how heroic workers are braving shelling & freezing temperatures to provide water to more than 3m people:
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UNICEF Canada Feb 22
We stand together --> Civilians and humanitarian workers are .
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MSF Canada Feb 21
In the past three days, increased bombing has damaged or destroyed 13 MSF-supported hospitals and clinics in . More than 1,200 people are wounded. Medical facilities are in desperate need of lifesaving medical supplies:
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Joe English Feb 23
"18 journalists were killed around the world in 2017, and a record number were imprisoned" Powerful, innovative reporting by |
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Zeina Awad 4h
& nurses are human beings too, some of them are “collapsing as medical response in East reaches its limits.” Situation on the ground is being described as “beyond imagination” - more from
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Mark Flynn 3h
Replying to @Sophiemcneill
When is a not actually a ceasefire when it doesn't cover the actual people fighting and civilians dying in
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Kevin Jenkinson Feb 24
'This week we remember Valerie Place, who was killed 25 years ago while volunteering with in Somalia' writes CEO in today's Irish Times about the aid worker who was just 23 when killed.
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ICRC Asia-Pacific Feb 22
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