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Advice for helicopter support in emergencies

Advice for helicopter support in emergencies

The Mission Request Vade Mecum has been developed to help emergency frontline personnel to safely de...

ICRC launches video on the human cost of ignoring the Geneva Conventions

ICRC launches video on the human cost of ignoring the Geneva Conventions

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has launched an ad-style video that illustrates ...

Haiti launches cholera vaccination campaign

Haiti launches cholera vaccination campaign

Haiti's ministry of health and international aid organisations are launching a cholera vaccination c...

UK: Research shows safety is an afterthought on Guy Fawkes Night

UK: Research shows safety is an afterthought on Guy Fawkes Night

On frontline services’ biggest night of the year in the UK, new research finds that less than ...

Mosquito army released in Zika fight in Brazil & Colombia

Mosquito army released in Zika fight in Brazil & Colombia

Scientists are planning to release an army of millions of modified mosquitoes in areas of Brazil and...

Deadly Colombia landslide engulfs highway near Medellin

Deadly Colombia landslide engulfs highway near Medellin

A landslide on a major highway in Colombia has killed at least six people, officials said. On Wedne...

Italy earthquakes: Bad weather hampers rescue efforts

Italy earthquakes: Bad weather hampers rescue efforts

Bad weather has been hampering rescue efforts in central Italy after two strong earthquakes damaged ...

China Yulin: Deadly explosion shatters buildings

China Yulin: Deadly explosion shatters buildings

The death toll from a powerful explosion that destroyed buildings in the Chinese city of Yulin has r...

Quetta attack: Militants kill dozens at Balochistan Police College

Quetta attack: Militants kill dozens at Balochistan Police College

At least 59 cadets and guards have been killed in an attack by militants on a police college in the ...

Death toll in Cameroon train crash rises to 70

Death toll in Cameroon train crash rises to 70

The number of people killed in a train crash in Cameroon on Friday has risen to 70, with another 600...

Financing resilient cities of the future

Financing resilient cities of the future

Natural disasters – such as Hurricane Matthew – and climate change are having devastatin...

ICRC e-briefing on humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons

ICRC e-briefing on humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons

The ICRC has released an e-briefing that shows the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nu...

Hungary concludes investigation into the death of 71 migrants discovered in lorry

Hungary concludes investigation into the death of 71 migrants discovered in lorry

The Hungarian authorities, closely supported by Europol’s European Migrant Smuggling Centre, h...

Land Rover and Red Cross partnership announces new project to tackle natural disasters in Mexico

Land Rover and Red Cross partnership announces new project to tackle natural disasters in Mexico

The Red Cross is announcing a new project supported by Land Rover – the 18th in the company's ...

Train derails near New York, injuring dozens

Train derails near New York, injuring dozens

A passenger train has derailed near New York, injuring dozens of people, US officials say. The incid...

Hurricane Matthew: Haiti in national mourning as aid gears up

Hurricane Matthew: Haiti in national mourning as aid gears up

Haiti has begun three days of national mourning for those killed by Hurricane Matthew, which devasta...

Germany hunts bomb suspect in Chemnitz

Germany hunts bomb suspect in Chemnitz

Police in the eastern German city of Chemnitz have detained three people as they continue a search f...

Mass migrant departures lead to more than 10,000 people rescued in 48 hours; 28 bodies recovered

Mass migrant departures lead to more than 10,000 people rescued in 48 hours; 28 bodies recovered

In a chaotic night of operations that continued well into the early hours of the morning, the Phoeni...

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