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The Danish government has revoked the residencies of dozens of Syrian refugees, the first European country to do so, as part of new anti-immigration legislation.

The first-ever report issued by Russian NGOs on the Syrian conflict gives a rare insight into abuses committed by Russian forces.

UN warns of risk of famine in Yemen, S.Sudan

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UN warns of risk of famine in Yemen, S.Sudan

Parts of South Sudan and Yemen are already experiencing famine, two UN agencies said.

US President Biden 'to officially recognise Armenian genocide'

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US President Biden 'to officially recognise Armenian genocide'

Joe Biden will reportedly be the first US president to officially denote the actions of the former Ottoman Empire in the First World War as ...

Iran joins Houthis in dismissing Saudi Yemen ceasefire proposal

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Iran joins Houthis in dismissing Saudi Yemen ceasefire proposal

Saudi Arabia is hoping for a ceasefire with the Houthis following a spate of attacks on the kingdom.

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Rockets fired from Syria land in Turkey: ministry

A border region of southern Turkey was struck with rockets fired from Syria on Thursday, though no casualties were reported.

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'Republic of Queues': Syria is a hungry nation

As Syria passes the 10th year anniversary mark of the start of the popular uprising against its leader, civilians are hungry and impoverished

Sam Hamad

How Syria's war defined a decade

Comment: A decade of war and displacement has left the root causes of Syria's revolution remain firmly in place, and its people no closer to ...

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Justice for Syrians is 'more important than ever': Amnesty

Amnesty said that the UN Security Council had succumbed to pressure from the Assad regime's backers, giving the Syrian people no justice.

Bipartisan US resolution brings little optimism on Syrian anniversary

Brooke Anderson

Bipartisan US resolution brings little optimism on Syrian anniversary

As the tenth anniversary of the Syrian uprising approaches, the US Congress has passed a resolution regarding humanitarian needs in Syria, which ...

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Qatar, Russia, and Turkey announce new Syria peace initiative

Sergey Lavrov is engaged in a tour of the Gulf, visiting key regional leaders.

Why haven't we declared Yemen famine? Expert weighs in

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Why haven't we declared Yemen famine? Expert weighs in

Though parts of Yemen are suffering huge food shortages a famine has not been declared.

UK aid cuts may force closure of Somalia clinics

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UK aid cuts may force closure of Somalia clinics

The spectre of dry funds comes as the UK announced on Monday that it was slashing its aid program to Yemen by more than 50%.

UK's 'inexplicable' cut to Yemen aid sparks outrage

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UK's 'inexplicable' cut to Yemen aid sparks outrage

The UK government said it would provide "at least" £87 million ($120 million) in aid this year, down from £164 million ($228 million) pledged ...

UN seeks $3.85 billion to prevent famine in Yemen

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UN seeks $3.85 billion to prevent famine in Yemen

The United Nations said on Monday that $3.85 billion were needed in Yemen to prevent large-scale famine after six years of war

William Christou

Hunger and despair wreak misery in Syria's Rukban camp

In-depth: With humanitarian conditions deteriorating, residents face the impossible choice of returning to regime-held territory and facing persecution or staying in the camp and hoping their conditions improve.

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As peace deal drifts, South Sudan risks fresh crisis

South Sudan's unity government and its fragile peace process in doubt, and war may be looming on the horizon.

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'Lost' Sudanese family dies of starvation in Libyan desert

Shocking images that emerged online showed 8 members of a Sudanese family found dead six months after departing on a journey across the Libyan ...

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80 percent of Ethiopia's Tigray 'cut off from aid'

Some 80 percent of Ethiopia's conflict-hit Tigray region has been cut off from humanitarian aid, the country's Red Cross Society said.

UN ups food aid to Tigray over <em>starvation</em> fears

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UN ups food aid to Tigray over starvation fears

This comes as fears grow of a humanitarian catastrophe in Tigray, three months after fighting erupted between forces loyal to the regional ...

Annelle Sheline

Biden to end US support for war in Yemen

Comment: Biden must go beyond ending US support, and require the Saudis and Emiratis to fully withdraw from Yemen, writes Annelle Sheline.

Ousted Tigray leader breaks long silence, media outlet claims

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Ousted Tigray leader breaks long silence, media outlet claims

A Tigrayan media outlet claims the ousted leader of Ethiopia's conflict-hit region issued a fresh call to arms.

Hundreds of Rohingya missing from Indonesian refugee camp

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Hundreds of Rohingya missing from Indonesian refugee camp

Rohingya refugees have gone missing from an Indonesian refugee camp.

Why designating Yemen's Houthis as terrorists is a mistake

Stasa Salacanin

Why designating Yemen's Houthis as terrorists is a mistake

Analysis: Designating the Houthis as a foreign terrorist organisation could choke humanitarian supplies to Yemen and torpedo diplomatic efforts ...

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