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News Details: Anger, fear run deep after months of ethnic violence in western Ethiopia. Conflict ; News feature ; 23 February 2021 23 Feb 2021 ; Maria Gerth-Niculescu

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News Details: The New Humanitarian is the new home of News Deeply’s archive of some 5,000 issue-driven, award-winning articles on topics ranging from refugees to Ebola to peacebuilding. Founded in 2012, News Deeply is an online journalism and technology company that specialised in single-issue news verticals until it stopped publishing in 2019.

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News Details: News Deeply Refugees Deeply — Refugee news. In-depth coverage of the global refugee crisis. Always noise-free, always trustworthy. Learn more about us. Increasing numbers of Libyans are breaking a long-standing taboo and fleeing across the Mediterranean.

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The New Humanitarian | How coronavirus hits migrants and

News Details: Along with millions of Italians, the future of tens of thousands of migrants and asylum seekers in Italy has become more uncertain as the largest and deadliest coronavirus outbreak in Europe has pushed the country to take stringent containment measures.. Since the first cluster of cases was officially declared on 21 February, almost 28,000 people in Italy had tested positive for COVID-19 by 16

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The New Humanitarian | Which African countries are most

News Details: As the coronavirus continues to spread beyond mainland China, the medical journal The Lancet has released a study ranking the vulnerability of African countries to the highly contagious respiratory disease.. The study models the risk of Covid-19 exposure based on air travel from areas in China with active transmissions, and the capacity of individual African countries to manage an outbreak.

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The New Humanitarian | Ten humanitarian crises and trends

News Details: Yes, infectious diseases was among our top 10 crises last year. But a deadly mix of factors – such as antimicrobial resistance, a reluctance to vaccinate, and attacks against health workers in places like Syria, Yemen, and the Democratic Republic of Congo – will make it even harder in 2020 to contain outbreaks like Ebola and measles, and to prevent and treat diseases and infections with

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The New Humanitarian | The 25 crises that shaped history

News Details: And while it slipped from the headlines, the conflict in Darfur never really ended – not after the ICC charges in 2008; not in 2015, when violence surged; and not in 2017, when exiled rebels barrelled across the Libyan-Sudanese border in 160 vehicles, breaking through Sudanese defence lines and giving lie to the widely touted notion that the

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Congress Is Relying on Sleight of Hand to - News Deeply

News Details: None of this is to suggest that it is wrong to follow breaking news. Indeed, like many others in the Trump era, I am frequently glued to my Twitter feed. But those who care about our oceans should not fall for the sleight-of-hand trick – keep your eyes on Congress.

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In the news: North Korea, sanctions, and the coronavirus

News Details: In the news: North Korea, sanctions, and the coronavirus The country charts near the bottom of epidemic preparedness rankings. A trolley bus is disinfected amid fears over the spread of the novel coronavirus in Pyongyang, North Korea, on February 22, 2020.

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Hunger Is Making the World Less Stable - News Deeply

News Details: You see it in the headlines: Yemen, Syria, South Sudan, Nigeria – the world is experiencing a rise in conflict, instability and human suffering. More people are currently displaced from their homes because of violence, conflict and persecution than any other time since the World War II. One of the consequences is that we’ve seen an uptick in the number of hungry people on the planet for

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The New Humanitarian | Villages vow to stop cutting girls

News Details: It was a difficult decision but one being made more and more in Senegal today. On this day, Sall was among a crowd of men, women and children attending a ceremony in which members of 70 villages from the country’s northeastern Matam region publicly renounced female genital mutilation (FGM) as well as forced and early marriages.

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The New Humanitarian | Eritrea to Ethiopia, Mosul worsens

News Details: The one that has grabbed the most headlines is an action plan on the return of irregular migrants, including a recommendation that member states detain people awaiting removal for up to 18 months to prevent them from absconding. But there has to be a breaking point. In a remote dusty wasteland in rural Taiz, that point of collapse is

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2018: A Year of Reporting Deeply on Refugees and Migration

News Details: In 2018, the world’s displaced population reached 68.5 million, including more than 25 million refugees – numbers that have soared since Refugees Deeply launched nearly three years ago.. This was the year asylum policies tightened across the globe as wealthier nations in the grip of right-wing populism took unprecedented steps to deter refugees and migrants.

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The Top Refugee Issues to Watch in 2018 - News Deeply

News Details: The year ahead will test the world’s appetite for solving some of the thorniest challenges of refugee and migration policy now the sense of immediate crisis in Europe has begun to recede.. The arrival of refugees in Europe in 2015 created a momentum behind global and local reform efforts and experiments, many of which face trials of political feasibility this year.

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The New Humanitarian | In the eye of the storm: small

News Details: This risk is already reflected in recent news headlines: scientists with the World Weather Attribution project found climate change made record-breaking temperatures in Europe this year at least 10 times more likely than they would have been in the small island states continue to live with the uncertainties of a changing climate today.

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The New Humanitarian | Iranian-made missiles, climate

News Details: UN releases record-breaking humanitarian appeal for 2018 The UN's Global Humanitarian Overview for 2018 was released today, summarising critical situations and adding up the cost of projects required to help at least 90 million of them. New Zealand made headlines by proposing the world’s first humanitarian visa programme for so-called

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The New Humanitarian | Midyear update: Ten humanitarian

News Details: The city is key to imports in the north (and to averting famine), but needs in the country as a whole are so great it garnered the UN’s biggest ever ask ($4.2 billion) for one country in January, followed the next month by a record-breaking pledge from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ($1 billion) that has still not been fulfilled.

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Finding Strange New Life – and Human Garbage - News Deeply

News Details: In 2012, the Australian government declared that it would create the world’s largest network of marine reserves by more than doubling protected ocean areas to 1.2 million square miles (3.1 million square km). Although the final plans for many of the reserves have not yet been released, the declaration provided a scientific opportunity to explore these offshore areas and the creatures that

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A Year of Reporting Deeply on Refugees — Refugees Deeply

News Details: One year ago, Refugees Deeply launched with the aim of providing critical, in-depth coverage of the rising tide of forced displacement around the world. “2016 looks poised to break all records,” founding editor Preethi Nallu wrote at the launch last May. It did: More people were displaced and more died in the Mediterranean Sea last year than ever before.

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Italy’s migrant reception system is breaking

News Details: Italy’s largest centre, Cara di Mineo, houses more than 3,000 migrants and often makes local headlines as a hive of criminal activity. But Borghi also highlighted smaller centres located in isolated rural areas, like Le Mole, a former hotel in southern Sicily that houses about two dozen migrants.

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Three Years After Ebola: Hope and Struggle - News Deeply

News Details: The Ebola outbreak in West Africa was first reported in March 2014 and went on to become the deadliest ever outbreak of the disease, with around 28,637 reported cases.By the time the World Health Organization declared the region Ebola-free in January 2016, almost two years after the first confirmed case, more than 11,300 people had died of Ebola in six countries – Liberia, Guinea, Sierra

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Sylvia Earle: Stop Fishing on the High Seas - News Deeply

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