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2019

02/09/2019
After years in IS captivity, returnees find homes destroyed, social stigma, and little financial support.
02/09/2019
Many sexual assaults happen at gunpoint. An international treaty requires arms exporters to assess sales that may lead to violations of human rights or humanitarian law.
29/08/2019
Sudan is embarking on a plan to move from pariah to Africa’s newest hope. But the path is likely bumpy, especially for ending the wars that have left two million displaced.
29/08/2019
Erosion is quietly changing the country’s landscape and uprooting communities, but plans to address the problem aren’t keeping pace with climate threats.
28/08/2019
Will Africa’s new humanitarian initiative get the breathing room it needs, or will it fall foul of the aid sector’s resistance to change?
27/08/2019
Another move from the White House to cut the US aid budget has fizzled out. But here’s a glimpse of how USAID spends its billions anyway – and who may be vulnerable.
27/08/2019
Confining tens of thousands of people who may have ties to Islamic State in a crowded and rumour-ridden camp doesn’t bode well for the future.
26/08/2019
From elation to frustration: one woman’s year as an elected leader shows the difficulties of upending a male-dominated leadership system in Bangladesh’s camps.
26/08/2019
Camp elections are intended to give refugees – especially women – a stronger voice. But not everyone is ready for change.
22/08/2019
A massive tent city, razed villages, and a new island camp: take a bird’s eye tour to see what refugees are facing on both sides of the Bangladesh and Myanmar border.

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