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Key conference on curbing spread of nuclear weapons ends in failure
Lebanon: Meeting the need for water
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South Sudan: Civilians at risk as conflict intensifies
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150 years of humanitarian action: Photos past and present
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Tanzania: Burundi refugees flood into Kagunga and Kigoma
Aspects of a relief action: ICRC aid to the Palestinians in the weeks following the 1948 conflict . By Charles-Georges Duvanel, ICRC 1950
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This photo book is the culmination of a monumental endeavour that began in 2001, when the ICRC commissioned photographer Nick Danziger to document through films and photos women's experiences of conflict around the world.