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Section: International Committee of the Red Cross (Switzerland)

      Ukraine crisis: Uncertainty on both sides of the contact line
      Oct05

      Ukraine crisis: Uncertainty on both sides of the contact line

      Article | Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and grandparents of the missing on both sides of the conflict in Ukraine cope as best they can with an impossible, wholly intolerable situation. These are their stories. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine crisis: Water supply for 600,000 people under threat
      Oct05

      Ukraine crisis: Water supply for 600,000 people under threat

      News release | Geneva/Kyiv (ICRC) – The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has announced it will step in to pay electricity bills, on an emergency basis, to avoid water being cut off to 600,000 people in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine Crisis: ICRC participated in the release and transfer of six conflict-related detainees
      Sep19

      Ukraine Crisis: ICRC participated in the release and transfer of six conflict-related detainees

      News release | Today six detainees held in connection with the conflict in Ukraine were released with the participation of the ICRC, and transferred back to their place of origin. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Russia: Displaced Ukrainian children go back to school – fully equipped
      Sep15

      Russia: Displaced Ukrainian children go back to school – fully equipped

      Video | Displaced Ukrainian children in southern Russia have received back-to-school kits from the ICRC. A new school year has started for many children displaced from eastern Ukraine to southern Russia. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

      Ukraine crisis: Several thousand families still searching for their loved ones
      Aug30

      Ukraine crisis: Several thousand families still searching for their loved ones

      News release | Kiev (ICRC) – Two years after the start of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, the problem of missing persons remains acute. At least 1,000 people have gone missing, though no exact numbers are available. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

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