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  • ‘Maybe this is the last message’: Palestinian photojournalist documents civilian toll under fire

  • "We have neighbourhoods totally empty of civilians": Darfur snapshots | Sudan

  • "Buildings have been falling down on the heads of people as they sleep at night"

  • "Buildings have been falling down on the heads of people as they sleep at night"

  • "We have neighbourhoods totally empty of civilians"

  • “The sea that turned into a cemetery”

  • “The sea that turned into a cemetery”

  • Does IOM’s mandate needs to be more clearly defined?

  • Why is increasing opportunities for people to move regularly so important?

  • "Everybody is just fleeing"

  • Snapshots: A Libyan photographer captures life after the floods

  • Snapshots: A Libyan photographer captures life after the floods

  • UN aid deliveries resume at vital Türkiye-Syria border crossing

  • New troubles in Nagorno-Karabakh: Here's what's happening

  • "It’s much more difficult to receive assistance than to give assistance"

  • Food aid freeze leads to continued suffering in Tigray as investigations deepen

  • Morocco earthquake: How disaster responses are changing

  • Morocco earthquake: How disaster responses are changing

  • What happened at the inaugural Africa Climate Summit?

  • An interview with Oromo storyteller and journalist, Soreti Kadir

  • Clown festival brings critical aid and inspiration to a struggling Amazon community

  • Six months on, Syrian photographers capture life after quakes

  • Surprise election results in Guatemala give way to familiar challenges

  • An interview with Oromo storyteller and journalist, Soreti Kadir

  • ‘There’s no future in this IDP camp’: Why Somalia’s crisis needs a rethink

  • “Shouldn’t we all tone it down?”

  • Six months on, Syrian photographers capture life after quakes

  • Rehabilitation: Six months on, Syrian photographers capture life after the quakes

  • Life in the camps: Six months on, Syrian photographers capture life after the quakes

  • New homes go up: Six months on, Syrian photographers capture life after the quakes

  • Earthquake orphanage: Six months on, Syrian photographers capture life after quakes

  • Oromo poet, Soreti Kadir, asks whether Ethiopia can survive a genuine peace

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