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Briefing: Problems Multiply In Déby’s Chad
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A state of emergency, attacks by Boko Haram militants, and rebel incursions are bringing new humanitarian and security concerns to Chad – a landlocked central African nation that shares borders with some of the region’s most unstable countries. The
Our 10 Most Popular Stories Of 2018
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Investigations, exclusives, and special reports dominate our most-read stories this year, but there’s room for some timely analysis and the odd news feature. Find out which IRIN articles created the most buzz in 2018 (by unique pageviews, most-viewed
IRIN editors give their weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe.   On our radar What next in Venezuela?   The crisis in Venezuela has bubbled away for months, demanding media attention only when protests flare...
Venezuela On The Brink, Whatsapping Hate, And A Davos Bright Spot: The Cheat Sheet
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A wave of increasingly sophisticated militant attacks in northeastern Nigeria has forced almost 60,000 people to flee since November, the largest number for more than two years, raising fears from the UN and aid groups of a renewed Boko Haram...
Briefing: Nigerians Seek Safety In Cameroon As Boko Haram Crisis Escalates
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Two thirds of the world’s refugees live in cities, yet they are all too often an invisible underclass, left to fend for themselves without support.   Urban refugees typically choose to stay in cities rather than remote camps in the hope of finding...
Urban Refugees: A Decade On The Margins In Cameroon
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Our editors’ weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe.   On our radar   Ethiopian PM in Sudan mediation effort   On Friday, Abiy Ahmed began mediation talks in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, aimed at...
Sudan Mediation, Somalia Drought, And The Severity Of Need: The Cheat Sheet
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The charred ruins of some 70 homes dot the streets of Alatchu village in Cameroon. The houses were razed by government troops after anglophone separatists seeking independence from the francophone majority allegedly killed two government soldiers. */ On...
In Cameroon, Education Has Become A Victim Of War
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A neem tree marks the spot. It grows in the rubble of what was once a complex of buildings, across the road from the Maiduguri railway station, in northeastern Nigeria, flattened a decade ago by the Nigerian army. This was the home of Muhammed Yusuf, the...
A Decade Of Boko Haram Violence, And No End In Sight
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