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In strife-torn Afghanistan, people need support 'more than ever' says senior UN aid official
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Sunday, 14 January 2018
In strife-torn Afghanistan, people need support 'more than ever' says senior UN aid official
Amid continuing violence in Afghanistan, the United Nations and the humanitarian community has appealed for $430 million to provide assistance to some 2.8 million people across the country who have been affected by conflict and natural disasters as well as families returning home after years in Iran and Pakistan.Read Full Article ...
 
OECD-UN forum on strengthening collection and use of migration data kicks off in Paris
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Sunday, 14 January 2018
OECD-UN forum on strengthening collection and use of migration data kicks off in Paris
International organizations, policy experts, statisticians and civil society came together on Monday at a United Nations-supported forum in Paris to answer the...
 
PODCAST: Tea and empathy – Refugee ZamZam Yusuf’s extraordinary journey
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Sunday, 14 January 2018
PODCAST: Tea and empathy – Refugee ZamZam Yusuf’s extraordinary journey
Somali refugee ZamZam Yusuf has a message for any neighbours who think she doesn’t have the right to call Leicester, in the English Midlands, home.Read Full Ar...
 
Iraqis returning home outnumber displaced for first time since 2013, says UN migration agency
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Thursday, 11 January 2018
Iraqis returning home outnumber displaced for first time since 2013, says UN migration agency
The number of Iraqis returning to their area of origin has surpassed those internally displaced for the first time since December 2013, when the country became...
 
More refugees and migrants feared lost in Mediterranean; UN urges safer resettlement options
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Thursday, 11 January 2018
More refugees and migrants feared lost in Mediterranean; UN urges safer resettlement options
Amid reports that some 160 people are feared lost during desperate attempts to cross the Mediterranean this week alone, the United Nations refugee agency on Fr...
 
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