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Friday 13 July 2018

Syria: urgent humanitarian access needed to families displaced by fighting in dera’a, says save the children

Amman, July 13 – Save the Children is calling for a ceasefire and urgent humanitarian access to children displaced by fighting in Dera’a in southwestern Syria. Tens of thousands of civilians have been displaced to Quneitra on the border with the Occupied Golan Heights and parts of Western Dera’a under the blazing summer heat.

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Monday 9 July 2018

Mosul’s children haunted by constant fear and intense sorrow a year after the city was retaken from ISIS

Extreme mental distress of parents has left children with nowhere to turn for help

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Friday 6 July 2018

SAVE THE CHILDREN STATEMENT ON PAUSED DEMOLITION OF AL KHAN AL AHMAR SCHOOL

Following the announcement of a pause on the demolition of the village of al Khan al Ahmar, Jennifer Moorehead, Save the Children’s Country Director in the occupied Palestinian territory, said:

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Wednesday 4 July 2018

Education under threat as Al Khan Al Ahmar School set to be destroyed in the West Bank

July 4 – More than 170 children in the Khan Al Ahmar community in the West Bank are expecting to see their school demolishedimminently after bulldozers moved into the village today, sparking protests in which more than 30 people were reportedly injured.

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Thursday 28 June 2018

Yemen: Save the Children statement on UN secretary-general’s children & armed conflict report

Save the Children is disappointed that the Saudi- and Emirati-led Coalition fighting in Yemen has been exonerated for attacks on schools and hospitals in this year’s Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC) Report by the UN Secretary-General. This is despite at least 19 verified aerial attacks on schools and five verified attacks on hospitals/health centres attributed to the Coalition in 2017.

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