Search IRIN archives

Search report results returned 8511 report(s)
   
Data pager
Data pager
First Page Previous Page
Next Page Last Page
Page size:
PageSizeComboBox
select
 8511 items in 852 pages
Three concerns ahead of Côte d’Ivoire poll
21 July 2015 (IRIN ), Five years after Côte d’Ivoire’s disputed presidential election threw the country into turmoil and left more than 3,000 dead, its people are set to go to the polls again. Could we see similar unrest this October or will the West African nation turn the page and move forward?
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101773/Three-concerns-ahead-of-Côte-d-Ivoire-poll
IRIN’s Top Picks: Beyond aid, transparency and development finance
17 July 2015 (IRIN ), Welcome to IRIN's reading list. Every week our global network of specialist correspondents share their top picks of recent must-read research, interviews, reports, blogs and in-depth articles to help you keep on top of global crises. We also highlight key upcoming conferences, book releases and policy debates.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101760/IRIN-s-Top-Picks-Beyond-aid-transparency-and-development-finance
Crisis Brief: Unexpected aid in eastern Ukraine
16 July 2015 (IRIN ), Cut off from government-controlled territory, civilians in rebel-held eastern Ukraine have limited access to goods, basic services and cash. A new IRIN/HPG Crisis Brief finds that much of the aid reaching people is coming from unusual sources.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101755/Crisis-Brief-Unexpected-aid-in-eastern-Ukraine
Life under siege in Yemen
7 July 2015 (IRIN ), In Yemen, Saudi Arabia has been accused of blockading the country. But for many Yemenis, it is the Houthi militia, not the Saudis, who are preventing them from getting food and water.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101720/Life-under-siege-in-Yemen
The most important aid organisation you've never heard of
2 July 2015 (IRIN ), Saudi Arabia has quietly launched a new behemoth in the international aid world. The King Salman Center for Humanitarian Aid looks set have a budget of hundreds of millions and could become the country's equivalent to USAID. As one UN expert said, "the era of the Saudis just giving money and disappearing is over."
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101701/The-most-important-aid-organisation-you-ve-never-heard-of
India urged to repeal soldiers’ impunity
2 July 2015 (IRIN ), A law preventing civilian courts from prosecuting security personnel in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir has led to a quarter century of human rights abuses, Amnesty International said in a report urging the government to repeal the legislation.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101703/India-urged-to-repeal-soldiers-impunity
Are SE Asia’s trafficking kingpins getting off the hook?
30 June 2015 (IRIN ), Southeast Asia’s smuggling and trafficking rings have now gone dormant. But rights groups warn that the criminal syndicates will soon be back unless the authorities go after the kingpins, who may include politicians and businessmen, as well as senior police and military officers.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101689/Are-SE-Asia-s-trafficking-kingpins-getting-off-the-hook
As Burundi goes to the polls, journalism is a high-risk job
29 June 2015 (IRIN ), Parliamentary and local elections take place in Burundi today after two months of protests and in defiance of international calls for the polls to be postponed. Here our correspondent, Désiré Nimubona, reflects on the challenges of operating as an independent journalist in a country where all media voices except those operated by the state have been silenced. Amid threats and attacks, dozens of reporters have fled to neighbouring states.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101683/As-Burundi-goes-to-the-polls-journalism-is-a-high-risk-job
Mexico's minefield for migrants
26 June 2015 (IRIN ), Central Americans fleeing gang violence and extreme poverty back home endure perilous journeys through Mexico to reach safety in the US. Now they face additional hurdles as Mexican authorities implement a crackdown.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101680/Mexico-s-minefield-for-migrants
Displaced Pakistanis caught between the Taliban and army
24 June 2015 (IRIN ), More than a year after a military offensive displaced about a million people from North Waziristan, residents say they are unable to go home because the government requires them to first sign an agreement to “stop the enemies of Pakistan,” which would put them at risk of retaliation from both the militants and the army.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101668/Displaced-Pakistanis-caught-between-the-Taliban-and-army

Advanced search or alternatively, search PlusNews using Google:
Loading