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Eleven weeks after violence in Yumbi left more than 535 people dead, tens of thousands who fled still lack basic assistance.
A merry-go-round of evictions and government-pressured returns has left tens of thousands without adequate access to humanitarian aid.
In the aftermath of fraud and alleged corruption, the UN says the suspension of funds could threaten vital services to those most at risk.
Nutritional deficiencies in a $30 million shipment of cereal mix highlight quality and supply chain challenges for specialised aid products.
Even if we don’t call it a ‘refugee’ crisis, the best way forward in Latin America is likely based on what’s working for refugees elsewhere.
The UN and relief groups got $2.6 billion of the $4.2 billion they asked for as the war approaches the four-year mark.
Nigeria insists the extremist group is nearly defeated. Yet in the country’s northeast, farmers remain afraid to return to their fields and children grow up without parents, homes, or schools.
“A brighter future”: The discourse ahead of the Trump-Kim summit is short on what matters to ordinary citizens.
The sites were meant to be temporary. Years later, tents need replacing and residents are increasingly vulnerable to the elements.
The number of students from Venezuela — including Colombians returning home after fleeing earlier unrest — is rising, and the education system can’t keep up.