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Aid groups warn of ‘avoidable deaths’ as inaccessible clinics, conservative beliefs, and misinformation push pregnant women to forgo healthcare.
Facing high illiteracy rates and myriad languages in Bangladesh’s refugee camps, a UN mission is trying a new tactic to improve communication.
The detention of the former logistics officer in Ukraine follows a three-year US investigation into multi-million-dollar aid fraud.
Ten years of UN-backed talks have brought no resolution for 224,000 ethnic Georgians living in exile a quarter century after the war.
A genuine community-driven strategy is key to ending the outbreak, say researchers from Anthrologica and the Institute of Development Studies.
Health officials say the virus is likely to reach the provincial capital, Goma, and possibly neighbouring Rwanda, South Sudan, or Uganda.
Stuck in tent cities with their homes still buried in debris, uprooted families say they need jobs and money to restart their lives.
Thriving drug production, mass displacement, and routine disappearances: some Colombians see no peace, just FARC guerrillas by another name.
Long delays with little support are leaving thousands of asylum seekers in anxious limbo in dangerous cities like Tijuana.
Both countries are interested in preventing a full-scale assault but seem unable to agree on an alternative that might reduce civilian suffering.