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Tunisia Digs a 100-Mile Moat to Keep Refugees at Bay

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

TUNIS, Sep 15 (IPS) - Once surrounding castles of old, a moat stretching 100 miles is being dug by Tunisia against alleged terror threats from nearby Libya. Reporters are kept at bay from the digging in what officials have dubbed "a closed military area."

Mental Health Another Casualty of Changing Climate

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

MANILA, Sep 08 (IPS) - Jun* is in chains, tied to a post in the small house that resembles a fragile nipa hut. His brother did this to prevent him from hurting their neighbours or other strangers he meets when he's in a ballistic mood. Jun has been like this for three years now, but since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines two years ago, his symptoms have worsened.

Migrants Waiting Their Moment in the Moroccan Mountains

Friday, September 04, 2015

CEUTA, Sep 04 (IPS) - In the middle of the mountains behind the border fence of Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in Morocco, and eight kilometres from the nearest Moroccan village of Fnideq, an uncertain number of migrants live in the woods. No one knows exactly how many they are but charity workers in Melilla, Spain's other enclave in Morocco, say they could be in their thousands.

European Residents Offer Support, Homes to Refugees

Thursday, September 03, 2015

UNITED NATIONS, Sep 03 (IPS) - As the migration crisis in Europe continues to grow and government response remains slow, European citizens have taken it upon themselves to act by opening up their homes to those in need.

Europe Invaded Mostly by “Regime Change” Refugees

Thursday, September 03, 2015

UNITED NATIONS, Sep 03 (IPS) - The military conflicts and political instability driving hundreds of thousands of refugees into Europe were triggered largely by U.S. and Western military interventions for regime change – specifically in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria (a regime change in-the-making).

Health Officials Warn of Dengue Outbreak in War-Torn Yemen

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

UNITED NATIONS, Sep 01 (IPS) - An outbreak of dengue fever in Yemen's most populated governorate has prompted urgent calls from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for a "humanitarian corridor" to facilitate the flow of medicines to over three million civilians trapped in the war-torn area.

Will New Sri Lankan Government Prioritize Resettlement of War-Displaced?

Sunday, August 30, 2015

JAFFNA, Sri Lanka, Aug 30 (IPS) - The new Sri Lankan government that was voted in on Aug. 17 certainly didn't inherit as much baggage as its predecessors did during the nearly 30 years of conflict that gripped this South Asian island nation.

Europe Squabbles While Refugees Die

Sunday, August 30, 2015

UNITED NATIONS, Aug 30 (IPS) - As tens of thousands of refugees continue to flee conflict-ridden countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria, Western European governments and international humanitarian organisations are struggling to cope with a snowballing humanitarian crisis threatening to explode.

Poverty and Slavery Often Go Hand-in-Hand for Africa’s Children

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

HARARE, Aug 26 (IPS) - "Poverty has become part of me," says 13-year-old Aminata Kabangele from the Democratic Republic of Congo. "I have learned to live with the reality that nobody cares for me."

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