GENEVA (Reuters) - Aid agencies said on Thursday they were struggling to meet the needs of up to 200,000 civilians who fled fighting in northeast Syria and reported water shortages in the Syrian city Hasaka.
"One moment you're on your way to work. The next moment, you're on fire." That's the horrifying scenario outlined in a new animated video from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). The teamed
The case of three children believed to be from the UK, trapped in Syria after their parents joined the "Islamic State group" and subsequently died, has raised questions about how they can be repatriated.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Yemen's Houthi movement freed 290 Yemeni detainees in a "unilateral release" on Monday, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. They included 42 survivors of an attack
Yemen’s rebels on Monday released scores of detainees they had rounded up and held for years in rebel-controlled territory, a development that raised hopes of reviving stalled peace talks between the sides.