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Syria Crisis Appeal

More than 100,000 people have now been killed during the continuing conflict, with many more injured or detained. More than four million people have been displaced from their homes within Syria and two million people have fled Syria to seek refuge in neighbouring countries. 

As the situation continues to deteriorate in Syria, the British Red Cross is calling for more funds to support affected people.

 

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Medical Assistance, Syria, 2011

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Three years since the Syria conflict began, a new British Red Cross appeal is helping people cope with the psychological impact of the crisis.

The driver of a Red Crescent vehicle was wounded on Saturday when a humanitarian convoy came under attack in Syria.

The British Red Cross is ready to support 500 Syrian refugees set to be brought to the UK in a humanitarian evacuation.

A global Red Cross and Red Crescent leader has called the Syrian conflict a cycle of despair

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Before the conflict in Syria, Rania and her husband had jobs, a house, a car and a good life.

At a Syrian Arab Red Crescent health centre in Damascus, Syria, nine-year-old Raneem is receiving treatment.

Syria Crisis Appeal

SARC volunteers helping with a baby

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