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Humanitarian response gap grows in northern Nigeria
14 March 2014 (IRIN ), Humanitarian needs are mounting in northern Nigeria, where Boko Haram attacks have displaced 350,000 people since 2013, 290,000 of them internally; the rest are sheltering in Cameroon, Chad and Niger. But the national response is inadequate and the international response minimal due to access hurdles and political sensitivities.
Limited humanitarian access to Yemen’s Al Dhale Governorate
11 March 2014 (IRIN ), Humanitarians say they are still struggling to get uninterrupted access to Al Dhale Governorate in southern Yemen, which has seen fighting between militant separatists and the government since December 2013, leading to the deaths of an estimated 40 civilians.
Analysis: Reconciliation looks remote in Egypt
5 March 2014 (IRIN ), The seven months since July’s overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi in Egypt have been among the most violent and divisive in recent times, analysts say, as much of society polarizes along pro-Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and pro-army lines.
Briefing: DDR in eastern DRC - try, try again
4 March 2014 (IRIN ), There are 54 armed groups at large in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), according to the government, which plans to spend the next five years getting shot of them. But will the third, US$100 million, attempt at disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR3) succeed where previous bids failed?
Analysis: Evacuation dilemma in the Central African Republic
28 February 2014 (IRIN ), Zannah Bassar, a Muslim woman living in the Central African Republic (CAR) capital, Bangui, has a simple message for the international community - she wants to be evacuated.
African migrants in Israel face "voluntary" return or detention
27 February 2014 (IRIN ), Israel has released figures showing that the number of African migrants choosing to accept “voluntary departure” from the country has been steadily increasing since an amendment to its anti-infiltration law was passed in December 2013, with about 2,200 departures recorded since the beginning of 2014.
Les fosses communes de Bor, au Soudan du Sud
25 February 2014 (IRIN ), À Bor, capitale presque déserte de l’État du Jonglei, au Soudan du Sud, une poignée de bénévoles sortent les cadavres des maisons, les mettent dans les sacs mortuaires fournis par le Comité international de la Croix-Rouge et les déposent dans des fosses communes. Depuis l’émergence d’une rébellion armée à la mi-décembre, les troupes du gouvernement ont perdu et repris le contrôle de la ville à plusieurs reprises. Le 23 février, l’armée a indiqué qu’elle avait repoussé de nouvelles attaques sur Bor.
The mass graves of Bor, South Sudan
24 February 2014 (IRIN ), A handful of volunteers in almost deserted Bor, capital of South Sudan's Jonglei State, remove dead bodies from homes, put them in body bags donated by the International Committee of the Red Cross, and place them in mass graves. Since the emergence of an armed rebellion in mid-December, government troops have lost and won control of the town several times. On 23 February, the army said it had repelled further attempts to take Bor.
Conflict in Yemen’s north threatens political transition
24 February 2014 (IRIN ), At least seven months of stop-start clashes in northern Yemen are hampering aid delivery and raising fears that conflict here could derail the country’s political transition process, according to aid workers and analysts.
Unnoticed conflict quietly shatters Pakistan lives
19 February 2014 (IRIN ), In a classroom in a private school in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital city, a group of fifth graders doing their history lessons are adamant when asked a question about conflict.

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