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Section: International Committee of the Red Cross (Switzerland)

      More than 350,000 people face acute water shortage in eastern Ukraine
      Jun12

      More than 350,000 people face acute water shortage in eastern Ukraine

      News release | Following a new localized spike in hostilities in eastern Ukraine, workers manning a major water pumping station could not stay on duty, putting hundreds of thousands of people at risk of being cut off from water and basic services. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine crisis: Too many families still searching for missing loved ones
      May24

      Ukraine crisis: Too many families still searching for missing loved ones

      News release | Kiev (ICRC) – Three years after the start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, several thousand people are still missing, although the exact number is not known. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      #Newnormal from eastern Ukraine
      Apr24

      #Newnormal from eastern Ukraine

      Article | It’s been three years since the start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine. Before the conflict, people lived in another reality. Now their daily life has changed utterly. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      #NewNormal: From East Ukraine to South Russia
      Apr20

      #NewNormal: From East Ukraine to South Russia

      Video | Since 2014, this family has been huddling in a small rented house. But they are happy that they have found a safe place for their children. They had to flee Gorlovka in eastern Ukraine amid heavy shelling. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine: A warm room and hot tea at a contentious checkpoint
      Apr20

      Ukraine: A warm room and hot tea at a contentious checkpoint

      Article | The line of contact between Lugansk in Ukraine and Stanytsia Luhanska is a vital road of commerce. Red Cross volunteers help visitors who cross the checkpoint by providing health care, medical assistance and food. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine: Experts discuss identification of mortal remains in armed conflict and other emergencies
      Mar21

      Ukraine: Experts discuss identification of mortal remains in armed conflict and other emergencies

      News release | A three-day seminar on identifying dead bodies in armed conflict and other emergencies got underway today, organized by the ICRC in cooperation with Ukraine’s National Association of Forensic Experts. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine: ICRC president alarmed at deteriorating conditions for civilians on the front line
      Mar10

      Ukraine: ICRC president alarmed at deteriorating conditions for civilians on the front line

      News release | The president of the ICRC, Peter Maurer, has concluded a five-day visit to Ukraine. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Diary – ICRC President Peter Maurer in Ukraine
      Mar07

      Diary – ICRC President Peter Maurer in Ukraine

      Article | This week, ICRC president Peter Maurer is in Ukraine, his second visit to the country since the conflict broke out almost three years ago. In this diary, he will share share some impressions of the people he has met and places he’s been. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine crisis: Water supply to Avdiivka and surrounding areas
      Mar02

      Ukraine crisis: Water supply to Avdiivka and surrounding areas

      Article | Following developments in the military situation in the Avdiivka area, the Donetsk Filtration Station has not been functioning for several days. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine: Foresters keep alive a century-old tradition
      Feb21

      Ukraine: Foresters keep alive a century-old tradition

      Article | In the Luhansk region, foresters take great pride in regenerating forests, helping protect the environment and provide firewood for the local population. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

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