This Woman Stood On Top Of A Car And Became An Icon Of Sudan's Historic Protests
In her first interview since going viral, the woman in the photo said that when she's not protesting the government, she's a student studying engineering and architecture.
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Occupied Palestinian Territory and Israel | Oxfam International
The Israeli-led illegal blockade of Gaza has decimated the Gazan economy, much of it all but destroyed after more than a decade of restrictions on exports, imports, and movement. Gaza has been declared unlivable, with one of the highest unemployment rates in the world and 80 percent of people relying on humanitarian aid to survive. This visual was produced by Visualizing Palestine in collaboration with Oxfam, to highlight the daily realities faced by Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip.
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South Sudan: Sexual violence ‘on a massive scale’ leaves thousands in mental distress amid raging conflict
Thousands of South Sudanese women and girls, and some men, who have been raped in ethnically-charged sexual attacks in the ongoing conflict are battling mental distress and stigma with nowhere to turn for help.
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Mosul offensive: Iraqi army launches 'final push' as army attacks Isil from north-west
Nearly 350,000 people have so far fled Mosul, we expect another exodus as the Government launches its assault on the west of the city. So far Oxfam had reached 270,000 people, in camps, in outlying districts, & some still inside #Mosul, with clean water, hygiene kits, and cash grants. #Iraq