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January 26, 2010 | Elizabeth Campbell | Tagged as: Iraq, Humanitarian Response, Neglected Crises
While it is true that there is less violence in most parts of Iraq today than there was two years ago, the levels of targeted violence and civilian death remain much higher than before the U.S. invasion.
January 21, 2010 | Patrick Duplat | Tagged as: Yemen, Neglected Crises
Yemen’s fragility should not come as a surprise to anyone. When I visited the country in March 2008, many diplomats and UN officials were ringing alarm bells.
January 19, 2010 | Sean Garcia | Tagged as: Myanmar
One year ago, the travails of Rohingya from Burma shocked people around the world. Boat after boat of refugees, fleeing abuse and oppression in Burma, were intercepted at sea by the Thai army who then proceeded to detain them without trial.
January 14, 2010 | Refugees International | Tagged as: Haiti, U.S. Administration
Refugees International is distressed by the magnitude of the destruction and loss of life as the result of the January 12 earthquake in Haiti.
January 12, 2010 | Maureen Lynch | Tagged as: Statelessness
It’s been five years now since Refugees International first visited the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to better understand and then call for solutions on behalf of the country’s stateless population – the bidoon.