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Iraq Red Crescent society distributed humanitarian aids for (400 families) in Ta’emem Area / Al- Anbar governorate

IRCS announced on distribution food and non-food aids for (400) displaced families ( who displaced from Albofaraj to Al-Ta’emem Area/Al-Anbar governorate). The staff of IRCS still continue in providing food and non food items for the affected families • IRCS/Headquarter send food and relief items to Al-Anbar governorate for the displaced/affected families.

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After fire attacking on our teams in Falluja , IRCS distributes more than 1500 food and relief ration in Anbar and Falluja

IRCS declares continued sending of food and relief assistance to Anbar as a result of ongoing events there . The assistant secretary general Mohammed al-Khuza’e commented on that by saying : ” IRCS teams that spread in Anbar and Falluja distributing more than 1500 food and relief ration to affected families in Al-Khalidiya , Heat , Sufiya , Shara’ ishreen ...

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IRCS denounced targeting ambulance by anonymous armed people in Anbar and calls for respecting the teams of humanitarian and medical assistance

IRCS denounces targeting ambulances by anonymous armed people in Anbar and it also calls for respecting the medical staff and relief teams that perform their humanitarian duties in Anbar to assist people . The assistant secretary general of IRCS Mohammed al-khuza’e commented by saying : ” that IRCS denounces targeting ambulance by anonymous armed people and calls for respecting the ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent society : the continued flow of food and relief assistance to Falluja and Ramadi , and the number of displaced people reached 13,000 family

IRCS declares the continued flow of its humanitarian assistance to Anbar governorate via number of land roads . Thus , that the emergency teams of IRCS can access to Falluja city and distributing humanitarian to civilians . The assistant secretary general , Mohammed Al-Kuza’e commented on that by saying : “ IRCS emergency teams can access to Falluja and distributing ...

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