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Fallujah displaced reach 17,000, Red Crescent gears up to meet needs

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7 June 2016 By Mohammed Khuzai, Iraqi Red Crescent Society Intense fighting in the Iraqi city of Fallujah and surrounding towns in the past few days has significantly increased the number of people who were forced to flee their homes. The Iraqi Red Crescent Society said up to 17,000 people have become displaced due to insecurity and hardship they endured ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent: nearly 14 thousand people have displaced from Fallujah during two weeks, while the Iraqi Red Crescent doing its potential to relief them

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Escalating the wave of displacement from the city of Fallujah due to the battles in the city, since two weeks ago the number of displaced people was growing from the outskirts of the city and inside it to reach 14 thousand displaced people, who were able to reach a safe area. the displaced  have told the human suffering that they ...

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Opening Social Peace Building Center in Al-Najaf Governorate

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Dr. Yaseen Al-Mamouri, the Head of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) and the Head of the Islamic Committee of the International Crescent (ICIC) the Ambassador Ali M.A. Buhedam, has opened the Social Peace Building Center in Najaf governorate. As the center implements joint cooperation programs between IRCS and ICIC, in addition to provide researches and studies related to social ...

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After renewed of displacement operations from Fallujah
IRCS: distribution of more than 180 food parcels and tons of rice to the displaced families in the Ikram camp / Fallujah during the past two days

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The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has announced the renewed of displacement operations from the outskirts of Fallujah to Kemiawy area in the Ameriyat Al-Fallujah, in which the number of displaced families since the beginning of the events so far has been reached more than 850 family whom all been provided with food and relief assistance by IRCSs’ teams. During ...

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