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What is happening in Idlib these last few days ? 10th January 2018 The war in Syria is now approaching its seventh year, having claimed an estimated 500,000 lives and displaced more than 11 million Syrians.  An increasingly confident Assad has regained control of the majority of Syria since 2015, supported by Russian military assistance....
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Eastern Ghouta Emergency Appeal Ghouta is the eastern province of Syria’s capital city Damascus. It has been fiercely contested by both sides in the conflict leading to its near total destruction and unprecedented levels of suffering for 350,000 inhabitants who are unable to flee under the threat of constant shelling and bombardment. The ensuing siege...
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Rehabilitation – Helping the Injured of Barrel Bombs The Problem The Syrian regime has been notorious in disregarding UN resolutions prohibiting the use of barrel bombs due to their indiscriminate harm to the civilian population. Many men, women and children have been killed, injured or disabled due to these bombs. The bombs are hurled from...
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European Refugee Crisis Reflections on Lesvos Working with Crisis Aid, I travelled to the island of Lesvos with 5 vans full of food, camping equipment, clothes and medicine with the intent of distributing the aid to refugees within camps dotted along the island. Lesvos is a Greek island situated between Turkey and Greece and acts...
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