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Captive IS fighters face extrajudicial killings on fringes of Mosul conflict

Captive IS fighters face extrajudicial killings on fringes of Mosul conflict

dan.rafter@hrc.org April 25, 2017 0

On the main road into east Mosul, a rotting skeleton swings from a post outside a row of bullet-riddled shops. What was once a brain lolls horribly from an eye socket in front

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Lake Chad money, Oxfam-GOAL merger, and serial Syria talks: The Cheat Sheet

Lake Chad money, Oxfam-GOAL merger, and serial Syria talks: The Cheat Sheet

February 17, 2017 0

Every week, IRIN’s team of editors takes a look at what lies ahead on the humanitarian agenda and curates a selection of some of the best reports, opinion, and journalism you may have

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The cheat sheet: Somalia famine, Trump orders, and chemical weapons in Syria

The cheat sheet: Somalia famine, Trump orders, and chemical weapons in Syria

dan.rafter@hrc.org February 10, 2017 0

Every week, IRIN’s team of editors takes a look at what lies ahead on the humanitarian agenda and curates a selection of some of the best reports, opinion, and journalism you may have

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EXCLUSIVE: World Vision rattles aid groups with solo operation for Syrians at Jordan border

EXCLUSIVE: World Vision rattles aid groups with solo operation for Syrians at Jordan border

dan.rafter@hrc.org January 24, 2017 0

Some 70,000 Syrians are stranded in a demilitarised zone on the Jordan-Syria border, with aid severely limited and subject to tight restrictions. IRIN can reveal that while the UN delivers assistance by crane

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Iraq’s growing mental health problem

Iraq’s growing mental health problem

January 16, 2017 0

Iraq already had shortages of psychiatrists and psychologists before the rise of so-called Islamic State. Now, as hundreds of thousands of civilians emerge from years of IS rule, the impact of those shortfalls is

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Beyond Mosul, Rohingya refoulement, and the rush to local: IRIN’s Top Picks

Beyond Mosul, Rohingya refoulement, and the rush to local: IRIN’s Top Picks

carolyn.simon@hrc.org November 25, 2016 0

Every week, IRIN's team of editors curates a selection of humanitarian reports and opinion you may have missed, from in-depth analysis and features to academic studies and podcasts: Are we rushing towards localisation?

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Top Picks: Gender, the little girl, and the business of aid

Top Picks: Gender, the little girl, and the business of aid

May 13, 2016 0

Welcome to IRIN's reading list. Every week our global network of specialist correspondents share their top picks of recent must-read research, podcasts, reports, blogs and in-depth articles to help you keep on top

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Syria: 5 years on

Syria: 5 years on

carolyn.simon@hrc.org March 15, 2016 0

As Syria enters its sixth year of brutal conflict, IRIN looks at the impact of 5 years of war: Banner photo © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell: Children play football on a street in Baba Amr, Homs, Syria

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Spies Sans Frontières?

Spies Sans Frontières?

carolyn.simon@hrc.org March 7, 2016 0

A months-long investigation by IRIN into the secretive intelligence-linked firm Palantir, reveals a cosying up to aid organisations large and small, including a bargain-basement contract with a sensitive UN agency, and a flirtation

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Syria aid deal? What about Aleppo?

Syria aid deal? What about Aleppo?

dan.rafter@hrc.org February 12, 2016 0

JERUSALEM 12 February 2016 (IRIN) - As diplomats hash out the finer details of a deal to cease hostilities and allow increased humanitarian access in Syria, it appears that the civilians of Aleppo

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