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A Daily Struggle to Survive: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

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DR Congo: Katanga in Crisis

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from our blog

September 25
Daryl Grisgraber
The siege of Amirli, the humanitarian airdrops to Sinjar, and now Western and Arab airstrikes, have kept all eyes on this tumultuous part of the Middle East.

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Last month’s advance by the militant Islamic State group (also known as ISIS or ISIL) in northern Iraq forced more than 100,000 people to flee their homes. Many of those newly displaced made their way to Erbil, Iraq, where they joined tens of thousands of Syrian refugees already seeking shelter in the city. There, they are struggling to get by. 

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South Sudan is on the verge of a catastrophic humanitarian crisis. Ongoing conflict since mid-December 2013 has forced more than a million people from their homes. Tens of thousands of these displaced are seeking shelter on UN bases across the country. At one site in the capital Juba, UN Tomping, the cramped living space and flood-prone land make for a disastrous scenario.