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Most Syrian refugees in Lebanon want to go back when the security there improves: Red Cross

Head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Lebanon Christophe Martin said Monday that the majority of Syrian refugees in Lebanon want to return home. According to a statement by the presidential media office, Martin made the remarks during his meeting with Lebanese President Michel Aoun over the standards of ICRC to […]

Red Cross: 29 patients evacuated from Damascus suburbs siege

The Red Cross says it has evacuated29 patients and their families from a government siege on the suburbs of its capital, Damascus. The International Committee of the Red Cross said … Click to Continue »

ICRC hopes to resume medical evacuations in Syria's Ghouta

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said it hoped to resume evacuations of critically ill people from Syria's biggest remaining siege on Thursday after bringing some individuals out of the area near Damascus on Wednesday.

Critically Ill Patients Have Begun to be Evacuated From a Besieged Syrian Suburb

Critically ill patients have begun to be evacuated from Eastern Ghouta, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross, as fighting persists in the rebel-held suburb of the Syrian capital.

Medical evacuations begin from Syria's Eastern Ghouta: ICRC

GENEVA (Reuters) - Medical evacuations have begun from the Syrian rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta to Damascus, the International Committee of the Red Cross in Syria said on its twitter account early on Wednesday, without giving details.

Arab alliance: Yemen one million cholera cases report exaggerated

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said on Friday an announcement by the International Committee of the Red Cross that cholera cases in the country had reached one million suspected cases was exaggerated.

Suspected cholera cases in Yemen hit one million: ICRC

DUBAI/GENEVA (Reuters) - Yemen's cholera epidemic has reached one million suspected cases, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Thursday, with war leaving more than 80 percent of the population short of food, fuel, clean water and access to healthcare.

Suspected cholera cases reach one million in Yemen

The number of suspected cholera cases in war-torn Yemen has reached one million, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Thursday. "Yemen suspected cholera cases has reached the threshold of one million, amplifying the suffering of the country caught up in a brutal war," the ICRC said on its Yemen Twitter account. Show More Summary

Sen. Mark Warner warns Trump: Firing Robert Mueller would cross 'red line'

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The top Democrat on the Senate Intel committee said firing Russia special counsel Robert Mueller would be a "gross abuse of power."        

Red Cross says life has stopped in Myanmar's Rakhine

GENEVA (Reuters) - Life has stopped in its tracks in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state where an estimated 180,000 Rohingya remain, fearful after violence drove 650,000 to flee to Bangladesh, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Wednesday.

Red Cross says buying fuel to provide clean water in Yemen

GENEVA (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Wednesday it was making a "stop-gap" purchase of 750,000 liters of fuel so as to provide clean water to one million people in the Yemeni cities of Hodeidah and Taiz for one month.

Three dead as diphtheria spreads in Yemen

Three people have died of suspected diphtheria in conflict-hit Yemen, doctors said Wednesday, as the World Health Organisation and International Committee of the Red Cross warned the disease was spreading. "Currently, there is an increase...Show More Summary

Three Yemen cities run out of clean water due to lack of fuel for pumps: ICRC

GENEVA (Reuters) - Three cities in Yemen have run out of clean water because a blockade by a Saudi-led coalition has cut imports of fuel needed for pumping and sanitation, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Friday.

How The Red Cross Has Survived In Crisis Mode For 150 Years

Working at the International Committee of the Red Cross can be like a tech company, but also not. There are no free bars, for one. Two: lots of war zones. Working for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)—trying to save lives in war zones in Myanmar, Syria, Sudan, and many other countries—is one of the hardest jobs on earth. Show More Summary

One Deadly Bullet Shatters Thousands in Afghanistan

The International Committee of the Red Cross is “first in, last out” of conflict zones. Their scaling back in Afghanistan is a bad sign.

The Red Cross Presses Silicon Valley To Fight Cyberwarfare

Amid government inaction, Silicon Valley can’t be neutral when it comes to reining in digital weapons, says the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Atrocities in Syria, Sudan, Yemen, and Myanmar may mock the concept of rules of war. Show More Summary

International Red Cross to 'drastically' cut Afghan presence after attacks

KABUL (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross will "drastically" reduce its operations in Afghanistan following attacks that have killed seven of its staff this year, the aid group said on Monday.

Syria fighting worst since Aleppo, civilian casualties mount: ICRC

GENEVA (Reuters) - The worst fighting since the battle for eastern Aleppo last year is raging in several regions of Syria, causing hundreds of civilian casualties, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday...

Red Cross visits US citizen accused of fighting with IS

The International Committee of the Red Cross said Monday that it has visited with an American citizen the Pentagon has accused of fighting with the Islamic State in Syria. The … Click to Continue »

Yemen cholera cases could hit 1 million by year-end: Red Cross

GENEVA (Reuters) - The humanitarian situation in Yemen is a "catastrophe", and cholera cases could reach a million by the end of the year, the International Committee of the Red Cross said on Friday.

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