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· June, 2010

Stories about Humanitarian Response from June, 2010

Myanmar: Food ration cutback in refugee center

Brazil: “Tsunami” hits some of the poorest riverside cities

At least 46 people have been killed and an estimated hundreds are missing after torrential floods swept through states in the north-east Brazil, in the worst environmental tragedy in the...

Afghanistan: Drug use keeps on rising

Israel: Dubious Thanks to USAID

Lebanon’s Sex Industry

Argentina: Children of the Dictatorship speak out in Interactive French Documentary

The Blogtrotters are a collaborative video blog from France who in their 9th project are travelling to Argentina to make Hijos, a collective documentary on the missing children of the...

Russia: New Websites to Promote Modernist Islam

Kenya: Bloggers react to Uhuru Park bomb blast

Six people were killed and 75 injured in an explosion at a political rally in Nairobi on Sunday. The rally was organized by the "No" team, which opposes the passing...

Kyrgyzstan: Info Wrangling on Osh Unrest

India: Economic Blockade In Manipur State

The northeastern state of Manipur in India is facing a humanitarian crisis with the price of necessities soaring up as it has been subjected to a blockade of the National...

Kyrgyzstan: Provocateurs seen behind ethnic clashes

Clashes between the ethnic Kyrgyz and Uzbek population in the southern Kyrgyzstan have developed into large-scale violence. After three nights of shooting in the isolated conflict zone - the population...

Haiti: Profiting from Disaster?

Laos: Korean star visits schools

Egypt: Iara Lee's Flotilla Attack Footage

South Africa: Soccer and Social Change

Brazil/Israel: Open letter to the Israeli government

India:Taking responsibility for the Bhopal disaster

Chad: Regional Conference on the Issue of Child Soldiers

India: Conflict in Meghalaya

India: Bhopal Gas Tragedy Verdict – too little too late?

More than 25 years after India's worst ever Industrial disaster, a court in Bhopal has pronounced a guilty verdict on the Indian arm of Union Carbide (UCIL) and also convicted...

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