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Kazakhstan’s humanitarian aid efforts

Kazakhstan is expected to provide humanitarian aid worth $3 million to poorer countries this year.

Kazakhstan’s humanitarian aid efforts
Russia plans another aid convoy to Ukraine: Lavrov
Russia plans another aid convoy to Ukraine: Lavrov

Moscow has informed Kiev that it intends to send a second humanitarian aid convoy into rebel-held eastern Ukraine in the coming days.

Russia plans another aid convoy to Ukraine: Lavrov
Russia treading on 'razor blade' to keep influence in Ukraine: analysts
Russia treading on 'razor blade' to keep influence in Ukraine: analysts

Russia's decision to force a disputed aid convoy into Ukraine reflects the Kremlin's urgent need to retain influence over ex-Soviet state.

Russia treading on 'razor blade' to keep influence in Ukraine: analysts
Plan 'under way' to rescue refugees on Iraq mountain: Cameron
Plan 'under way' to rescue refugees on Iraq mountain: Cameron

An international plan is under way to rescue civilians trapped by Islamic State fighters on a mountain in northern Iraq.

Plan 'under way' to rescue refugees on Iraq mountain: Cameron
Britain to transport arms to Kurds as it bolsters Iraq aid
Britain to transport arms to Kurds as it bolsters Iraq aid

Britain is to transport military supplies to Kurdish forces battling militants in northern Iraq and strengthen its aid mission there

Britain to transport arms to Kurds as it bolsters Iraq aid
Almost 7 million need aid in Sudan: UN
Almost 7 million need aid in Sudan: UN

Worsening conflict in Darfur and an influx of people fleeing war in South Sudan helped push to almost seven million the number needing aid in Sudan, the UN said.

Almost 7 million need aid in Sudan: UN
Malawi's president seeks 'new friends' in China, Russia
Malawi's president seeks 'new friends' in China, Russia

Malawi, traditionally dependent on Western aid donors, will look for "new friends" in countries such as China and Russia, newly elected President Peter Mutharika said at his inauguration.

Malawi's president seeks 'new friends' in China, Russia
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Two aid workers killed in Mali landmine blast: officials

Two Malian aid workers were killed when their vehicle drove over a landmine in restive north-west Mali, officials told AFP.

Two aid workers killed in Mali landmine blast: officials
Kazakhstan to provide humanitarian aid to Serbia
Kazakhstan to provide humanitarian aid to Serbia

Kazakhstan will render humanitarian aid to Serbia.

Kazakhstan to provide humanitarian aid to Serbia
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Five MSF aid workers freed in Syria

Five aid workers from Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) who were kidnapped in Syria in January have been freed, the medical charity said.

Five MSF aid workers freed in Syria
Obama meets Syrian opposition leader
Obama meets Syrian opposition leader

President Barack Obama met Syrian opposition leader Ahmad Jarba Tuesday in a show of support for moderate, embattled foes of President Bashar al-Assad.

Obama meets Syrian opposition leader
US releases $22 mln in additional aid for CAR
US releases $22 mln in additional aid for CAR

The United States announced Wednesday an additional $22 million in humanitarian aid for Central African Republic, on the eve of a key vote at the UN to authorize the deployment of peacekeepers.

US releases $22 mln in additional aid for CAR
Tens of thousands in Philippine sect's walk for typhoon aid
Tens of thousands in Philippine sect's walk for typhoon aid

Tens of thousands of members of a Philippine sect took to the streets in Manila on Saturday in a charity walk to raise funds for survivors of the country's deadliest typhoon.

Tens of thousands in Philippine sect's walk for typhoon aid
Park proposes new family reunions with N. Korea
Park proposes new family reunions with N. Korea

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on Monday proposed fresh reunions of families separated by the Korean War after a previous bid was cancelled by Pyongyang, and promised increased humanitarian aid to the impoverished North.

Park proposes new family reunions with N. Korea
Japan to pledge $20 bn aid to ASEAN: reports
Japan to pledge $20 bn aid to ASEAN: reports

Japan will pledge $20 billion in aid to Southeast Asian countries at a 11-nation summit this weekend as it looks to shore-up ties in a region increasingly dominated by China, reports said Friday.

Japan to pledge $20 bn aid to ASEAN: reports
World must act fast to help C.Africa: aid group
World must act fast to help C.Africa: aid group

The global community needs to move fast to stop the violence in Central African Republic spiralling out of control and must send in international peacekeeping troops to restore security, a leading US aid organization said Monday.

World must act fast to help C.Africa: aid group
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Oxfam launches '12 Days of Giving' for Syria refugees

International aid agency Oxfam on Tuesday launched a "12 Days of Giving" appeal to help destitute Syrian refugee families in Jordan and Lebanon survive the region's harsh winter months.

Oxfam launches '12 Days of Giving' for Syria refugees
Aid steams in to Philippines as Obama launches appeal
Aid steams in to Philippines as Obama launches appeal

The United States said relief channels were belatedly opening up to the typhoon-ravaged Philippines on Thursday as President Barack Obama urged Americans to dig deep and other countries upped their aid.

Aid steams in to Philippines as Obama launches appeal
Disaster experts warn on avoiding 2004 mistakes in Philippines
Disaster experts warn on avoiding 2004 mistakes in Philippines

Disaster experts warned Monday that mistakes made in the relief effort after the catastrophic 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami must not be repeated with the super typhoon that has smashed the Philippines.

Disaster experts warn on avoiding 2004 mistakes in Philippines
US renews vow to help Iraq combat terror attacks
US renews vow to help Iraq combat terror attacks

The US vowed to help Iraq combat terror groups as mounting attacks claimed more lives ahead of talks between Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President Barack Obama.

US renews vow to help Iraq combat terror attacks