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 - The political deadlock in the aftermath of Côte d’Ivoire’s Presidential elections in 2010 has remained entrenched, with upswings of violence causing mass displacements and threatening the ...read more
24/03/2011
 - On 16 February 2011, anti-Government protests began in Libya and have since escalated into a widespread uprising across the country. As a result of the violence, ...read more
07/03/2011
 - Since 1968, conflict between Moro insurgent groups and the Government of the Republic of the Philippines has severely affected the population of Mindanao. The Moro community ...read more
02/02/2011
 - In May 2009, the Government of Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka announced the end of combat operations in the 26-year-long conflict with the separatist movement ...read more
01/02/2011
 - The political deadlock in Côte d’Ivoire following the second round of presidential elections, on 28 November 2010, is turning into a humanitarian crisis. This threatens the ...read more
18/01/2011
 - The first half of 2010 saw an upsurge in political turbulence and violent outbreaks in Kyrgyzstan. Widespread protests in April forced the president to resign and ...read more
23/11/2010
 - Over the course of seven weeks, flooding in Pakistan has affected over 20 million people across 160 000 km2. The record monsoon rains caused rivers to overflow ...read more
17/09/2010
 - As efforts continue to save the lives of Pakistanis stricken by monsoon floodwaters, FAO today warned of serious threats to the livelihoods and food security of millions. As ...read more
11/08/2010
 - Beginning in late July 2010, Pakistan experienced record monsoon rains, resulting in the most severe flooding in living history.  While damage assessments are ongoing, over 14 ...read more
11/08/2010
 - Humanitarian needs remain high in southern Kyrgyzstan as 400 000 people struggle to recover from the severe outbreaks of violence in Osh (10 June 2010), Jalal-Abad ...read more
23/07/2010
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