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Judy Slatyer Nov 12
Urban warfare causes 8 times as many civilian casualties. Right now the world’s deadliest battlefields are conflicts fought in the cities in Yemen, Syria and Iraq. Civilians are .
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Maewo Nangoh 26m
Great analysis of humanitarian deconfliction. It “seems” to deter attacks on humanitarian aid workers but much is still left to about accountability in cases of violations ()
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Sociology Lens 3h
Global war devastates lives on a massive scale. Wiley advocates the World Humanitarian Day vision with our freely available content collection
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Su-Ming Khoo 37m
So worrying
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ICRC Afghanistan 6h
No matter what, to protect and assist the people affected by armed conflict has always been at the core of our 30+ years of permanent presence in . Civilians & aid workers are
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ICRC Yemen Nov 12
The kitchen where mother cooked us "zurbyan" I disliked that desk so much ... it's where I would sit to do the tons of homework! Our TV room where we'd gather to watch our favorite soap operas All of these are My family and I are
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Katharina Ritz 6h
providers should do their utmost at all times to save the lives of their patients and shouldn’t be blamed for doing their job. Nobody should take revenge on healthcare personnel for the loss of life.
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ICRC Nov 13
The rules of war are clear.
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Israel Defense Forces Nov 12
WATCH UNTIL THE END: This is the true impact of terror. 300+ rockets fired from at innocent . Civilians are . CC:
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UN Humanitarian Nov 13
As the fighting in Yemen continues, we are calling on all parties to the conflict to protect civilians from harm. Children, families and aid workers are .
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Doug Bardwell 21h
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Cristina Thevenot 16h
V interesting questioning of in sector by . "Deconfliction may be a common-sense necessity but has the disturbing effect of "helping the designate the targets”." says
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ICRC Iraq Nov 11
Attacking a single doctor or nurse undermines life-saving for everyone. Violence against healthcare must end in order to
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Safeguarding Health 19h
Did you know that between January and September of this year there were 134 attacks on health care in Syria? These attacks killed 97 people, including 17 health providers & 11 patients, and injured 44 health providers & 41 patients. is . !
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Simona Jeger Nov 7
Replying to @msf_yemen
Praying for everyone’s safety. Thank you for all you do.
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ICRC Iraq 7h
Health workers don't sleep at night to help ease our pain. How can we reward them? We must respect them to
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Marian Abouzeid Nov 13
Sobering, deeply moving overview of the humanitarian situation in Yemen by
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ICRC Iraq Nov 12
Health workers understand our suffering and respond to it in the most humane way. How can we reward them? We must respect them to
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Conor Fortune Nov 13
Replying to @WritesRights
Intl humanitarian law is very clear that hospitals carrying out their medical functions are – and al-Thawra was very clearly a functioning hospital at the time of Sunday's attack. Deliberately attacking a functioning hospital is a war crime.
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IFRC Asia Pacific Nov 11
Press conference on now: The safety of humanitarian workers is one of our greatest concerns, says IFRC President Francesco Rocca, with Afghanistan the most dangerous country for aid workers in the world.
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