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James Denselow
Head of Conflict Team / Middle East Analyst / Fellow / Lived & worked in &
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Very disappointed to hear that "can't fix everything" - otherwise well worth a watch of some of the good things UK and work has achieved
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James Denselow Jan 20
Doctors at say around 75% of children in Idlib have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and around 50% are incontinent due to it.
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James Denselow Jan 19
24,000 Syrian refugees affected by the severe weather in Lebanon as rainfall increases and amount of aid decreases -
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James Denselow Jan 18
Syria's war: Who is responsible for the dying children of Rukban?
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James Denselow Jan 17
In Yemen today, 24 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, 10 million of whom are on the brink of famine. Only half of all health facilities are fully functioning, and more than 3 million people have been displaced.
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James Denselow Jan 17
. warn that harm to children in conflict is being seen as the “new normal”
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James Denselow Jan 17
Trump pullout from Syria puts humanitarian actors - and the two million civilians they serve - in the North-East of the country at risk - ⁦
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James Denselow Jan 16
Replying to @SaraFregonese
Sadly can’t claim that!
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James Denselow Jan 16
Replying to @SaraFregonese
Aye
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James Denselow Jan 16
Syria’s borders with Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Jordan
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James Denselow Jan 16
Big moment - US soldiers reported killed in Syria - will Trump double down on leaving or reinforce and hold the line?
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James Denselow Jan 15
At least 15 children have died in Syria because of a lack of medical care and inadequate living conditions for displaced people amid freezing temperatures - UN
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James Denselow Jan 15
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James Denselow Jan 15
'Can't feel my feet anymore': Syrian refugees brave harsh weather
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James Denselow Jan 15
'When political will to protect civilians is mustered, tangible progress is possible' - - fully agree - that's why it's great has pledged to update the UK's lapsed Protection of Civilians Strategy
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James Denselow Jan 14
Discussion at - When is incidental harm to civilians excessive in conflict? Answer - who knows, it’s far too complex and technical 🤔
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James Denselow Jan 14
'In urban combat, even the best resourced armies find it difficult to determine who they can lawfully target and how they can carry out attacks in a manner that avoids, or at least minimizes, civilian harm' - Interesting blog in
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James Denselow Jan 14
Turkey describes US as "a highly unreliable partner" after Trump threatens to “devastate” them economically
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Alistair Burt Jan 11
Horrified at reports that an aid worker was abducted & killed in Idlib when helping some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Humanitarian aid is a lifeline to 1000s. All parties to this conflict must respect international humanitarian law & let aid agencies operate unhindered.
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James Denselow Jan 12
“We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other’s children” - Jimmy Carter
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