The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland violated EU quota agreements to host arrivals from Greece and Italy.
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The Red Cross and Red Crescent has always been a collection of hyper-local units and branches. That’s going to be key for COVID-19.
The “unsanitary” sites lack adequate supplies of food and water, according to Human Rights Watch.
COVID-19 is forcing countless aid workers in crisis zones to make an impossible decision. One humanitarian explains why she chose to leave.
Coronavirus response in the world’s megacities will require major changes in how international aid groups operate.
On lockdown once again, Kashmir’s schools, aid workers, and doctors struggle to prepare for COVID-19 amid months of internet restrictions.
The landmark vote is seen as a critical test for Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
Watch this conversation exploring the crisis in Burkina Faso – from the needs on the ground to the dynamics of the conflict, the new threat of coronavirus, and the challenges of reporting.
The heavy bombing comes despite a UN call for a ceasefire to fight COVID-19.
Talk of uncertainty, isolation, and war is hard to avoid thanks to the coronavirus. But we’ve been here before.
Bringing skills and experience from global crises, Italian NGOs and aid workers have a new frontline role. This time, though, it’s back home.
The Syrian government has reported 10 cases of COVID-19. Many fear the virus could spread quickly in a country already battered by war.
Mass displacement and a war-weakened health system have left the country ill-prepared for a public health disaster.
COVID-19 tracking apps might sound appealing, but be careful what you wish for.
Two attacks in a week, in Chad and Nigeria, are a reminder that Boko Haram militants are as deadly as ever.
What can aid agencies and aid workers do to get ready in places already struggling due to conflict or disaster?
After more than nine years of conflict, COVID-19 is the latest in a long line of problems that Idlib’s civilians have to worry about.
Fourteen people have been diagnosed with COVID-19, leading to border closures, grounded flights, and strict measures for those fleeing conflict.
It’s a “drop in the ocean”, says UN chief.