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French troops free aid workers kidnapped in northern Mali

French troops in Mali have freed five aid workers who were kidnapped in the north of the country in February. The five were released in a raid near the northern ...

Source: BBC

Drummed by Mona in Drum Humanitarian (Mali) 8 months

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UN struggles with South Sudan IDPs

Decision to give internally displaced people sanctuary probably saved lives, but it has also caused problems for the UN. About 77,000 people have sought refuge at several United Nations bases ...

Source: Aljazeera

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 9 months

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UN Says Almost All Muslims Have Fled CAR Capital

The United Nation's humanitarian chief says almost the entire Muslim population of the capital of the Central African Republic has fled after a campaign of violence by largely Christian militias. ...

Source: VOA

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (Central African Republic) 9 months, 2 weeks

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Christian Aid confirms famine risk in South Sudan

An estimated seven million South Sudanese are at risk of severe food insecurity this year, with the UN Security Council now warning that the deteriorating humanitarian situation and continuing violence ...

Source: Martin Plaut blog

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 9 months, 2 weeks

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Interview: ‘We’re trapped inside UN base in Bor’

Reverend William Tut, a leader of the Nuer community in Bor, the capital of Jonglei, says that nobody from his community can leave the UN base because people have been ...

Source: Radio Tamazuj

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 9 months, 2 weeks

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Ex-UN aid chief says without urgent relief South Sudan ‘heading toward abyss’

Jan Egeland, the former top United Nations aid official, says that without a ‘herculean effort’ to bring in relief supplies over the next two months, millions of South Sudanese potentially ...

Source: Radio Tamazuj

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 9 months, 3 weeks

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Doctor Thomas Lul remembered for ‘last heroic act’ in Bor

Thomas Lul, a South Sudanese-Canadian physician who was working in Bor during the initial fighting there in mid December, has been commended for staying behind to save lives even as ...

Source: Radio Tamazuj

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 10 months

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When will the donor floodgates open for Madagascar?

There is an air of expectation that with the recent presidential elections deemed free and fair, the donors will return, as will trade. The imposition of sanctions, and donor nations ...

Source: IRIN

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (Madagascar) 10 months

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Key humanitarian updates: UN declares ‘level 3’ emergency in South Sudan

UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Valerie Amos has declared the crisis in South Sudan a ‘Level 3 emergency,’ a designation that represents the highest level of humanitarian crisis. Three other crises ...

Source: Radio Tamazuj

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 10 months

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South Sudan conflict: 3.7m in 'need of food', says UN

The United Nations has said it estimates 3.7 million people are in acute need of food in South Sudan as a result of the civil conflict there. The UN's Humanitarian ...

Source: BBC

Drummed by Rachel in Drum Humanitarian (South Sudan) 10 months, 2 weeks

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