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I’m a humanitarian. Don’t prosecute me for doing my job

In 2011, I negotiated in Afghanistan with the Taliban, the Afghan government, and the United States to establish a trauma hospital in the northern city of K…

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I’m a humanitarian. Don’t prosecute me for doing my job

In 2011, I negotiated in Afghanistan with the Taliban, the Afghan government, and the United States to establish a trauma hospital in the northern city of K…

Legal Matters

A scramble for safety in flooded South Sudan town

Aid groups are racing to provide support to almost one million South Sudanese in need of lifesaving assistance after abnormally heavy rains that began in J…

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The State of Qatar sends the second batch of humanitarian aid to the brothers in Somalia

Under the directives of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani

The second batch of humanitarian aid provided by the State of Qatar through Qat…

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WFP: Hundreds of Thousands of Haitians on the Verge of Famine

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - The World Food Program warns Haiti is approaching famine like conditions, with more than 1 in 3 people in the country of 11 million in n…

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‘Lost Boy’ of Sudan Wins New York State District Councilor Seat

WASHINGTON - He was once called a Lost Boy but today, his official title is Councilor-Elect.

Chol Majok won the 3rd District Common Council seat in Syracuse…

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South Sudan Promoting Adult Literacy to Maintain Peace

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN - As South Sudan slowly stabilizes after decades of conflict, the world's youngest nation continues to battle illiteracy. South Sudan h…

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Delegates Stress Vital Need for Adequate Training, Gender Parity, as Fourth Committee Continues Debate on Peacekeeping Operations

Delegates highlighted the essential importance of adequate training and gender parity for the success of peace operations today, as the Fourth Committe…

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Deadly floods uproot tens of thousands in Central African Republic’s capital

Weeks of torrential rain have caused severe flooding in Central African Republic's capital, Bangui, leaving tens of thousands of people homeless in a cit…

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The Most Food Insecure Countries in the World, Ranked

With just 10 more years to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, 43 countries in the world are still facing serious levels of hunger, and five have hit …