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  • Former Yugoslavia: children transferres out of Gorazde

    Former Yugoslavia: children transferres out of Gorazde 13-12-1995 News Release 50 The ICRC has transferred three children in their early teens out of Gorazde to be reunited with their families. This was the

    • 1995-12-13
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  • Zaire: ICRC resumes activities in Masisi

    Zaire: ICRC resumes activities in Masisi 13-12-1995 News Release 50 Owing to a security incident in early November 1995, the ICRC was forced to suspend its activities in Masisi, a mountainous region north-west

    • 1995-12-13
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  • Liberia: ICRC reopens clinic in Gbarnga

    Liberia: ICRC reopens clinic in Gbarnga 13-12-1995 News Release 50 Taking advantage of the relative calm resulting from the peace process in Liberia, the ICRC has again been able to venture out of the ECOMOG

    • 1995-12-13
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  • Nagorny Karabakh conflict: detainees released under ICRC auspices

    Nagorny Karabakh conflict: detainees released under ICRC auspices 22-12-1995 News Release 95/58 Geneva (ICRC) - Nineteen people held for reasons directly connected with the Nagorny Karabakh conflict have been

    • 1995-12-22
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  • Chechnya: ICRC brings 20 tonnes of supplies to Gudermes

    Chechnya: ICRC brings 20 tonnes of supplies to Gudermes 26-12-1995 News Release 95/59 Geneva (ICRC) - For the first time since fighting resumed 12 days ago, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC

    • 1995-12-26
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  • Daghestan: ICRC seriously concerned about situation in Kizliar

    Daghestan: ICRC seriously concerned about situation in Kizliar 09-01-1996 News Release 96/3 Geneva (ICRC) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is very concerned about the situation in Kizliar

    • 1996-01-09
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  • Zaire: tragic plane crash in Kinshasa

    Zaire: tragic plane crash in Kinshasa 10-01-1996 News Release 96/1 When an Antonov 32 cargo plane crashed into a crowded market in Kinshasa on Monday, 8 January, killing over 260 people, the ICRC delegation

    • 1996-01-10
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  • Burundi: emergency operation in Bujumbura

    Burundi: emergency operation in Bujumbura 10-01-1996 News Release 96/1 The town of Bujumbura has been almost entirely without water since 4 January, after its electricity network was sabotaged. Two generators

    • 1996-01-10
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  • Former Yugoslavia: release of prisoners: deadline 19 January 1996 !

    Former Yugoslavia: release of prisoners: deadline 19 January 1996 ! 17-01-1996 News Release 96/2 A number of statements have been picked up by the press these past few days concerning the lack of progress in

    • 1996-01-17
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  • Northern Caucasus: ICRC and the hostage crisis

    Northern Caucasus: ICRC and the hostage crisis 17-01-1996 News Release 96/2 As military operations continue in the village of Pervomayskoye, Daghestan, anxiety about the plight of more than a hundred hostages

    • 1996-01-17
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  • Afghanistan: airlift planned to Kabul

    Afghanistan: airlift planned to Kabul 31-01-1996 News Release 96/4 With the civilian population of Kabul increasingly deprived of food by a blockade, the ICRC has decided to organize an airlift as soon as

    • 1996-01-31
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  • Angola: more prisoners freed

    Angola: more prisoners freed 31-01-1996 News Release 96/4 ICRC delegates supervised the release by UNITA on 22 and 23 January of 24 people in the town of Quibala, in Kuanza Sul province. This brings to 390 the

    • 1996-01-31
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  • Geneva: ICRC's financial situation

    Geneva: ICRC's financial situation 08-02-1996 News Release 96/5 Despite cash flow problems announced a few months ago, the ICRC closed its 1995 accounts with a deficit of no more than 8 million Swiss francs for

    • 1996-02-08
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  • Bosnia-Herzegovina: everything possible is being done for Srebrenica families

    Bosnia-Herzegovina: everything possible is being done for Srebrenica families 08-02-1996 News Release 96/5 Improved dialogue with the authorities concerned, freedom of movement throughout the region and

    • 1996-02-08
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  • Iraq: money in the pipeline

    Iraq: money in the pipeline 14-02-1996 News Release 96/6 In response to growing concern about public health in Iraq, the ICRC has launched a programme worth 5.2 million Swiss francs to help maintain a minimum

    • 1996-02-14
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  • Tajikistan: dead and injured evacuated

    Tajikistan: dead and injured evacuated 21-02-1996 News Release 96/07 On 18 February, ICRC delegates in Tajikistan evacuated the mortal remains of 47 government soldiers killed in clashes during the past few

    • 1996-02-21
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  • Mali: a forgotten patch of desert...

    Mali: a forgotten patch of desert... 21-02-1996 News Release 96/07 In the next few weeks the ICRC will launch a medical aid and rehabilitation operation in the Bourem area of northern Mali, between Gao and

    • 1996-02-21
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  • Colombia: signed in Bogota...

    Colombia: signed in Bogota... 21-02-1996 News Release 96/07 A framework agreement was signed on 17 February between the Republic of Colombia and the ICRC. Supplementing the headquarters agreement that already

    • 1996-02-21
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  • Afghanistan: flying food

    Afghanistan: flying food 21-02-1996 News Release 96/07 Since the ICRC airlift to Kabul began on 3 February, some 500 tonnes of food have been flown in from Peshawar and distributed to over 70,000 people. Widows

    • 1996-02-21
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  • ICRC condemns killing of civilians in Israel

    ICRC condemns killing of civilians in Israel 25-02-1996 News Release 96/8 Geneva (ICRC) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) strongly   condemns today's bombings, in which more than 20

    • 1996-02-25
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  • Sierra Leone: food aid in Kailahun

    Sierra Leone: food aid in Kailahun 28-02-1996 News Release 96/8 In three separate operations carried out between 5 and 21 February, an ICRC team brought 150 tonnes of food aid across the border from Guinea into

    • 1996-02-28
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  • Northern Caucasus: thousands more displaced

    Northern Caucasus: thousands more displaced 06-03-1996 News Release 96/9 Since 3 March, almost 10,000 people have fled Sernovodsk in western Chechnya because of the fighting between federal Russian troops and

    • 1996-03-06
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  • Former Yugoslavia: continuing emergency

    Former Yugoslavia: continuing emergency 06-03-1996 News Release 96/9 Following the mass exodus of Serb families from Sarajevo in the past week, the ICRC has launched an operation to distribute some 20,000

    • 1996-03-06
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  • Afghanistan : agricultural programmes resume

    Afghanistan : agricultural programmes resume 20-03-1996 News Release 96/11 With the snows melting and spring in the air, the ICRC's agricultural programmes in Afghanistan are beginning to stir. In addition to

    • 1996-03-20
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  • Somalia : an original form of emergency aid

    Somalia : an original form of emergency aid 20-03-1996 News Release 96/11 Renewed fighting in one of the most inaccessible areas of Somalia has obliged the ICRC to mount an urgent operation to help some 20,000

    • 1996-03-20
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