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Tigray atrocities continuing almost a year after ceasefire, UN experts warn
Ethiopian government is failing to protect its citizens from ‘grave’ human rights abuses, amid rising violence and hate speech – report

A Guardian correspondent

19, Sep, 2023 @5:30 AM

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Libya floods: warlord using disaster response to exert control, say observers
Khalifa Haftar and Libyan National Army militia said to be overseeing humanitarian relief arriving in city of Derna

Ruth Michaelson

17, Sep, 2023 @2:19 PM

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The west is right to offer help – disaster-hit countries are not obliged to accept it | Peter Beaumont
Morocco is dealing with an earthquake on its own terms, and the criticism it has faced has been tinged with a white saviour mentality, says Guardian writer Peter Beaumont

Peter Beaumont

15, Sep, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Morocco earthquake: Macron tries to soothe tensions after frosty response to offer of aid
French president addresses Moroccans directly amid political rift between Rabat and Paris

Ruth Michaelson

13, Sep, 2023 @4:22 PM

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$1bn in aid has been used to support failed ‘war on drugs’ over past decade, says report
Funding tied to drug prevention programmes given to 92 lower-income countries, including Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover

Kaamil Ahmed

12, Sep, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Morocco earthquake: France ‘ready to help’ despite frosty diplomatic relations
France offers €5m to assist disaster relief efforts amid political rift between Rabat and Paris

Kim Willsher

11, Sep, 2023 @10:40 AM

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‘Dire crisis for children’ in Sudan, aid groups warn as millions more go hungry
Up to 17,000 more children a day lack food, Save the Children say, as global indifference to humanitarian crisis condemned as ‘racist’

Kaamil Ahmed

16, Aug, 2023 @10:45 AM

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Zo Reken review – Toyota Land Cruiser becomes a safe space in conflict-ridden Haiti
Debates on national identity and foreign aid are par for the course for car riders – though this documentary is itself tangled up in the country’s complex power structures

Phuong Le

14, Aug, 2023 @6:00 AM

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As Far as Impossible review – humanitarian aid staff share their extraordinary stories
Devastating testimonies from field hospitals, jungles and mountain outposts are performed verbatim-style in Tiago Rodrigues’s disquieting show

Mark Fisher

12, Aug, 2023 @11:46 AM

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Foreign aid cuts are a disaster for women | Letters
Letters: Britain’s foreign aid cuts are having dire consequences for some of the world’s most vulnerable women and children, writes Prof Geeta Nargund. Plus, Lib Dem peer Malcolm Bruce on the transformational effect of aid spending

08, Aug, 2023 @3:32 PM

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‘People are under siege’: why Ethiopia’s war in Tigray isn’t over
Despite a peace deal last November, Eritrean troops remain in some border areas, and the Irob community is paying the price

By a Guardian correspondent

07, Aug, 2023 @10:16 AM

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UK aid budget cuts are ‘death sentence’ for world’s most vulnerable children
Save the Children and Oxfam urge government to restore aid budget back to 0.7% of national income

Ben Quinn Political correspondent

02, Aug, 2023 @6:59 PM

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