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“All the houses in our neighbourhood have been flattened now. Completely flattened.”
09 Mar 2015
What makes someone get out of bed in the middle of the night to go and help a stranger whose home has burned down? Tom Newman sheds some light.
A Red Cross project in Wales is providing language support to help refugee women settle into their new lives in the UK.
You’d need a p-p-poker face not to start giggling at the sight of fundraiser Mick MacDonald – but his freaky get-up raised £1,000.
In northern Lebanon, a cluster of home-made tents in a muddy field is home for about 100 Syrian refugee families.
Andy's father sent him to the UK from Germany when he was a boy, and the two lost touch soon after. We've helped him find his father's widow.
when a birth went wrong in her village, volunteer midwife Mar Lar Win stepped up to save a mother’s life.
Nobody likes visiting the dentist, but poor Ann’s dental phobia meant she hadn’t had a check-up for 40 years – and she was in painful misery.
Julie-Ann Benedict, Julius Steven and Valerie Jean have grown up together. They braved Typhoon Haiyan together, now they’re learning to survive together.
Therese's home was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan. But the Red Cross has helped her family find safety again.
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