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Mar 07, 2019
11 million North Korean need food, children are stunted due to 'chronic undernutrition', says UN reportAn estimated 11 million people in North Korea — over 43 percent of the population — are undernourished and "chronic food insecurity and malnutrition is widespread", according to a UN report issued on Wednesday.
Feb 24, 2019
Venezuela: Two killed as Maduro loyalists block aid convoy with tear gas, bullets; Guaido says president doesn't care for citizensIn the Venezuela border towns of San Antonio and Urena, troops fired rubber rounds at opposition supporters, including lawmakers, who walked toward the frontier waving Venezuelan flags and chanting “freedom”.
Feb 17, 2019
US military planes land in Colombian town near Venezuela border with 180 tons of humanitarian aidThat border city, swollen by a flood of migrants from Venezuela, is a collection point for aid that's supposed to be distributed by supporters of Juan Guaido.
Feb 13, 2019
Venezuela: Juan Guaido says humanitarian aid to arrive on 23 Feb; sets stage for showdown with Maduro, who has blocked US suppliesVenezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido told a huge rally of supporters that humanitarian aid will enter the country on 23 February, setting the stage for a showdown with President Nicolas Maduro, who has refused to let supplies in.
Jun 01, 2018
Dozens injured by Israeli fire and tear gas on Gaza strip: Morocco sends humanitarian aid to PalestineAfter dozens of demonstrators from Palestine were injured by Israeli fire, Morocco has sent humanitarian aid and medical teams to the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, including equipment for a field hospital.
Feb 19, 2018
Blockchain is being used for humanitarian aid with charities experimenting with technology to improve their workFor aid and development groups, blockchain can come in all shapes and sizes.
Jan 29, 2018
Afghanistan's ordeal: Will terror-hit country realise its economic potential or fall prey again to geo-political machinations?Afghanistan was a major topic of discussion at the recently-concluded Raisina Dialogue 2018 in New Delhi. And rightfully so.
Dec 24, 2017
Syrian refugee camps in Jordan draw Asian tourists looking for selfies, adoptions'Dark tourism' -- driven mainly by Asians -- is on the upswing at Syrian refugee camps along the Jordan border
Sep 28, 2017
US set to slash refugee intake to historic low of 45,000, draws criticism from human rights groupsThe United States has announced to curtail the number of refugee it would accept in 2018 to 45,000, half of the cap in 2016
Sep 22, 2017
Russia accuses EU of using aid to Syria as political tool to build pressure on Syrian govtRussia has clashed with European Union over Syria, accusing the bloc of politicising aid by linking reconstruction funds to political transition