Violence in northwest Syria has displaced more than 38,500 people in less than two weeks amid increasing hostilities and a looming regime assault on ...
A touching photo published by the International Committee of the Red Cross on Monday showed an elderly woman in an improvised neighborhood in Aden ...
Since the beginning of 2017, 100,000 refugees have made their way to European mainland by crossing on boats, in search of a new, safe life. This is in ...
The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since the United Nations was founded in 1945 with more than 20 million people in four countries facing ...
In Fallujah, 50,000 people remain trapped and are reportedly suffering from serious shortages of food, water and medical supplies
Humanitarian needs have not been met in Syria, resulting in death by starvation
Women who are head of a household will have a higher chance of receiving aid than single Syrian refugee men
The agreement to deal with influx of Syrian refugees is inseparable from Ankara’s quest for a full-fledged membership of the EU
Actress Yara Sabri sums up the life of the Syrian people in a monodrama
Almost five years after Syria’s civil war began, the U.N. says more than 393,000 people are besieged
The last U.N. food aid to reach Taiz was more than five weeks ago when food was distributed to nearly 240,000 people
The U.N.’s top aid official will pay his first visit to Syria
“The humanitarian situation is nothing short of catastrophic,” said ICRC chief
A major shortage of aid funding for Iraq threatens food assistance relied on by more than two million people
More than 21.1 million people are in need of aid, with 13 million facing food shortages
Ban Ki-moon urged Southeast Asian nations to deal with the causes behind a growing humanitarian crisis
More than 90,000 people have fled their homes in Anbar since April 8
The conflict has driven at least 120,000 people from their homes and triggered a humanitarian crisis
The number of Syrians needing urgent help has reached 10.8 million, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warns
The distribution process started after the Syrian government finally gave approval this week for the plan submitted in January
Twenty million people face food insecurity in the region; five million of these are children
The number of child refugees has grown to 1.2 million from 260,000 since last year, 425,000 of them under 5 years old
Nearly 130 organizations made the appeal including United Nations agencies and relief organizations from around the world
U.N. official calls on the warring parties to come to a 'real ceasefire for the months of March, April and May'
The decision comes after Russia's parliament approved the deployment of troops in the country
The leaders discussed the need for the Syrian regime to adhere to its commitment to eliminate its chemical weapons
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