The UN General Assembly must focus on the most vulnerable people caught in conflict
Yemen: ICRC deplores death of civilians in Taiz
Georgia: Information is key to clarifying fate of missing people
Failure to manage arms trade responsibly is putting a dirt cheap price on the lives of civilians
Rakhine, Myanmar crisis: Lives shattered, needs urgent (9)
Uprooted and abandoned in Gaza and the West Bank (9)
Mexico and Central America: Vital support for migrants from Red Cross volunteers (8)
A street play draws attention to protection of health care workers in South Sudan (12)
In Israel and the occupied territories, a crisis of hope pervades
Providing forensics training in Ukraine
From Islamabad to Salzburg: Zainab reunited with her dad
The ICRC helps those affected by armed conflict and promotes compliance with international humanitarian law. Read more about what we do and who we are.
Stop attacks: Patients, health workers, hospitals and ambulances are #NotATarget
War at the root of hunger
Art competition illustrates safer access
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This policy paper outlines key recommendations for policy-makers on ways to prevent migrants from going missing and, when they do, how to respond to the problem.