World Humanitarian Day this year (Monday August 19) honours women humanitarians who serve, and support affected communities in conflict zones across the globe.
The Geneva Conventions – one of humanity’s most important accomplishments of the last century - turn 70 on August 12. It’s a moment to celebrate....
Number of patients admitted to ICRC supported hospitals in South Sudan with injuries from violence remains high ten months after the signing of a peace agreement.
Since the beginning of the year, four major attacks have taken place against villages in Central Mali, a worrying trend underscoring the deteriorating security situation and growing communal tensions.
A new field hospital will open in Al Hol camp this week. It is being set up to treat patients wounded in war or suffering from illness.
Omar was 19 when he lost his leg after a bullet tore through it on May 14, 2018, the worst day in a series of border demonstrations in Gaza.
Today we are making a public plea for information about three of our staff members who were abducted in Syria in 2013.
Two weeks on from the attack on the village of Ogossagou, in which more than 161 people died according to official estimates, the apocalyptic scenes seem frozen in time.
Yemen’s conflict has taken a terrible toll. Some injuries can never truly be healed. Anmar Qassem is a young man, and strong. But a landmine took away both his legs, and one of his arms.
In Mozambique, the flood waters caused by Cyclone Idai are, gradually, receding. But as the water level drops, new devastation is revealed.
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