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The worst floods in decades hit South Asia in June 2004. Around 1,800 people died and 70 million people were affected across the region.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has been helping in Syria since before the unrest began. It has now scaled up its response and is providing support across the region.
23 Feb 2017
A group of young refugees and asylum seekers who arrived in the UK on their own write a letter appealing for safer routes for children
17 Jun 2015
Hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan face starvation unless urgent action is taken.
16 Sep 2016
A new report by the British Red Cross, reveals the extent of the horrific violence and exploitation people are enduring as they search for safety or a better life
27 Oct 2016
Alex Fraser, Director of Refugee Support at the British Red Cross responds to news of the demolition of the Calais ‘Jungle’
19 Oct 2016
The British Red Cross has today asked the public to help save thousands of lives by donating to their search and rescue operations
12 Jul 2016
UK immigration rules are forcing vulnerable young refugees to make dangerous journeys across Europe to be with their families
20 Jun 2016
This World Refugee Day the British Red Cross has released a new video telling the story of 16-year-old Leen and her journey from Syria to Germany.
The 14-year long civil war in Liberia came to an end when a peace agreement was signed between government forces and opposition groups on 18 August 2003.
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