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IOM is appealing for USD 93.3 million to respond to the ongoing crisis in South Sudan through 2015.
Aid agencies anticipate that over 6.4 million people will need assistance in the first quarter of 2015, including 1.9 million internally displaced people (IDPs), 290,000 refugees and millions facing food insecurity.
“IOM has 400 staff working in eight sub-offices throughout South Suda
Details of at least three fatal migrant shipwrecks off Africa since December 5th continue to concern IOM.
Reports of as many as 100 migrants losing their lives off African coasts near Spain, Italy and Yemen demonstrate how winter’s approach has not significantly curbed the number of migrants seeking safety, nor altered the lethal nature of many of these voyages.
It was initially rep
Fears of a typhoon-induced humanitarian disaster in the Philippines have been dispelled due to a combination of a weaker-than-expected typhoon and a mass evacuation of some 1.2 million people.
The alarm was raised when Typhoon Hagupit briefly turned into a super-typhoon last Friday (5/12) and appeared on course to rip into the central Visayas region. This was the area devastated by last year’s super typhoon
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A call to save the lives of political prisoners Ayatollah Kazemaini, Mohsen Daneshpour, Alireza Rasouli
The poor condition of a great number of political prisoners has further deteriorated because they are deprived of medical care.
Mr. Mohsen Daneshpour Moqadam, 70, a political prisoner in Evin Prison, is recently suffering from amnesia due to blockage of
IOM’s team providing assistance to migrants arriving in Europe by sea from North Africa and the Middle East recorded another 18 migrants reported missing, and presumed dead this week. The reports came from fellow passengers rescued by commercial and military vessels patrolling increasingly wintery and dangerous Mediterranean routes.
Over 5,100 migrants have arrived in Italy by sea in the last 10 days, rescue
The((un)) Foundation establishment of a ceremony to receive the artist s qusay tariq in Lebanon, and qusay tariq gave in concert nine paintings gift to the Foundation ((un)) ,paintings speak for reviving peace in the Middle East and how to achieve peace, , And was at the head of the reception Ms. ninette kelley representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Lebanon, and Mr. Jean-Nicolas Beuze Deputy Representative, Mr.
South Sudan: The forgotten crisis in Jonglei State
Jonglei State has the highest number of internally displaced people and the highest level of food insecurity and malnutrition in famine-threatened South Sudan, according to a joint assessment by HelpAge International and Islamic Relief Worldwide.
1.3 million people remain internally displaced across South Sudan.
The Carter Center announced today that it has closed its field office in Egypt after nearly three years and that it will not deploy an observation mission to assess Egypt's parliamentary elections anticipated later this year. This decision reflects The Carter Center’s assessment that the political environment is deeply polarized and that political space has narrowed for Egyptian political parties, civil society, and the
Oran, October 9, 2014 – More than 54 speakers and 3,000 delegates from around the world will meet for five days at the International Feminine Congress for a Culture of Peace, to be held from 27 October to 2 November in Oran and Mostaganem, Algeria, in order to seek new approaches to end the fighting in the name of Islam and to promote the emergence of a society of "living better together ".
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — U.S. Vice President Joe Biden apologized Saturday to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who was angry over comments in which Biden said Erdogan had admitted that Turkey had made mistakes by allowing foreign fighters to cross into Syria.
Erdogan denied ever saying that and told reporters in Istanbul before Biden's apology that he "will be
Beit Sahour – Section of Public Relations:
The latest poll prepared by Dr. Nabil Kukali and conducted by the Palestinian Center for Public
Opinion (www.pcpo.org), covered a random sample of (1000) Palestinian respondents
representing the various demographic specimens of Palestinians (15 years and above) living in
the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza Strip. It pro
Call by 31 Associations, NGOs and Parties from 5 continents to United Nations and the
United States to provide safety and security of Camp Liberty residents, and their
prompt intervention to revoke the inhumane siege enforced on this Camp
Government of Iraq has imposed a complete blockade on Camp Liberty since 23 days ago
Following the siege imposed on
Johanna Cornet is an 82 years old woman from Paris. As it has been lately reported in Science magazine, she was born in 1932 and has never done plastic surgery. Yet she looks like if she was 40 years old and not 82. Johanna is the mother of four children, and has eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
According to the interview with the American magazine Science, Johanna eats lot of watermelon. S
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A group of extremist Jewish settlers escorted by Israeli policemen on Monday morning desecrated the Aqsa Mosque's courtyards, while there is still an entry ban on all Palestinian women.
According to the Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage, the Israeli occupation police are still imposing a ban on the entry of all Palestinian women, including female students of the Aqsa religious school, to the Mosque, a
Jewish settlers cut Palestinian trees in Beit Ummar village, to the north of al-Khalil, on Monday morning.
Activist Mohammed Ayad told the PIC that hordes of Jewish settlers attacked Palestinian crops and agricultural land in Wadi Abul Reesh area in the village.
He recalled that the settlers had chopped down more than 30 trees in the same area a few days ago.
Ayad pointed out that
Israeli Occupation Authorities (IOA) are expected to release on Monday the Jerusalemite MP Mohamed Totah and the former Minister of Jerusalem Affairs Khaled Abu Arafa, media sources in the Change and reform parliamentary bloc said.
The sources told Quds Press that Totah and Abu Arafa’s release followed two months in administrative detention.
The two Jerusa
Member of Hamas's political bureau Mousa Abu Marzouk said that the Palestinian unity government agreed to pay the salaries of the former government employees in Gaza next Wednesday.
In televised remarks last night, Abu Marzouk said that the civil servants who were hired by the former government in Gaza would be able to receive their salaries next Wednesday as agreed with the government in Ram
Hamas Movement has renewed its total rejection to be dragged into secondary battles following the escalated incitement against the movement.
Ezzet al-Resheq, member of the Movement’s political bureau, wrote on his Facebook page at dawn Monday that those who sacrificed their lives for the sake of Palestine and who achieved a legendary victory against the occupation will never be dragged into any secondary bat