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The Iraqi Red Crescent Society: the situation of displaced become increasingly difficult,while our volunteers relief more than (160,000) displaced people.

At the gates of Kurdistan region-Iraq,hundreds of families are waiting for their role to obtain the approval of the regional authorities in Kurdistan enter in to one of the region’s governorates the scene which is repeated daily since the events of Mosul,and so far, hundreds of children and women are looking for shielding that protect them from sun until nightfall, ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent: The number of displaced People has been increased to more than 86 thousand families since the beginning of the events so far

Red Crescent Society announced The number of displaced families from the province of Nineveh, Salahuddin and Kirkuk increased to more than 86 thousand families. The Assistant Secretary General Mohammed Alkhozai Said ” Red Crescent teams registered an increase in refugee numbers reached more than 86 thousand families from different regions of the provinces of Nineveh, Salahuddin and Kirkuk to a ...

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Red Cross Red Crescent appeals for CHF 6.4 millionto step up response in Iraq to meeturgent humanitarian needs

Baghdad/ Geneva, 1July 2014 – As the security situation in Iraq continues to deteriorate, the Red Cross and Red Crescent is stepping up its preparedness and response capacity to the crisis. Today the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) launched an emergency appeal for around 6.4million Swiss francs (7.2 million US dollars) to support the Iraqi ...

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The displacement of 100 families from Kirkuk and Mosul to the province of Babylon

Iraqi Red Crescent Society announced displacement of more than 100 families from the provinces of Kirkuk and Nineveh province of Babylon. The Assistant Secretary General of the Iraqi Red Crescent, Mohammed Al Khozai said The Iraqi Red Crescent teams in Babylon visited those families that lived in public places, and distribut food and relief to them. He added that most ...

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