Sunday, 25th February 2024

humanitarian aid

19 Jan
Ending months of resistance against a private deposition, Hunter Biden will now appear for a private testimony as part of an impeachment probe against his father.
19 Jan
In a video circulating on social media, users claim to show trucks dumping loads of expired humanitarian aid in Rafah, without ever reaching Gaza. We tell you where this video really comes from in this edition of Truth or Fake.
1 Dec
Humanitarian aid workers from Doctors Without Borders, the Red Cross and the IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies) are the latest victims of the Israel-Hamas disinformation war; their organisations have been accused of supporting either Hamas or Israel in viral videos shared online. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
11 Nov
After days of talks, the Sudanese army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) agree to facilitate aid, but a ceasefire is yet to be agreed upon. Meanwhile, clashes intensify in eastern DR Congo, prompting US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to renew his call to President Felix Tshisekedi and Rwandan President Paul Kagame for a diplomatic solution.
29 Oct
For two weeks, Israel maintained a total blockade of the Gaza Strip. The first aid convoys were allowed to cross into the Palestinian territory from Egypt last weekend. This is what we know about the deliveries.
26 Sep
Azerbaijan says it has sent tons of food aid and hygiene products to the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, days after a cease-fire was reached between Baku and ethnic Armenian separatists.
12 Jul 2023
The situation arose when Russia vetoed a nine-month extension and failed to gain support for an alternative six-month plan. The UN-brokered lifeline expired Monday.
18 May 2023
The revised response plan is up from around $1.75 billion a few months ago as the United Nations estimates more than 1 million people will flee Sudan this year.


2 hours ago
The 77 Percent takes a closer look at the African politicians who change the rules to cling to power. As Gambia prepares for elections, tensions are rising among young people on both sides of the political divide.
2 hours ago
At the age of 15, Leonora Messing secretly left her home in Saxony-Anhalt. She’d planned her journey down to the last detail, traveling via Turkey to Syria. She had her heart set on marrying an IS fighter — a man she had never even met before.
2 hours ago
The International Women's Film Festival features 18 films, all made by women. The auditorium of the only cinema in Benin's capital, Cotonou, is filled to capacity. Anyone who arrives late has to sit on the floor.
1 day ago
As tensions escalate in the Gaza Strip, many displaced Palestinians are now gripped with fear about Israeli forces launching a relentless assault on the city of Rafah.
1 day ago
In an interview with FRANCE 24, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said he expected that "regardless of the outcome of the US elections", Washington "will continue to be a committed NATO ally".
1 day ago
Doctors in the U.S. are struggling to contend with burnout, staffing shortages and overwhelming administrative workloads, according to a new survey. Despite these challenges, 83% of doctors in the survey said they believe AI could eventually help. More than 1,000 doctors were surveyed between Oct. 23 and Nov. 8 in the study, commissioned by Athenahealth.