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Subject: conflict

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Reaction to Court decision to allow an appeal on arms sales to Saudi Arabia

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UK hosts less than a third of its fair share of Syrian refugees

The UK has welcomed only a third (32 percent) of its fair share of Syrian refugees when compared with the size of its economy, according to analysis by Oxfam. The finding comes as British ministers...

Funding crisis pushes millions of Congolese people to tipping point

Millions of people caught up in a humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo risk rising levels of hunger, death and disease due to a lack of aid funding, a coalition of humanitarian...

$2bn aid package for Yemen: Oxfam reaction

Oxfam welcomed the generous pledges of $2 billion worth of aid to deal with the crisis in Yemen made today in Geneva. The money will provide 70 per cent of the $2.96 billion UN appeal, which aims...

Yemenis struggle to find bare essentials three years on from first Saudi airstrikes

Food price shock adds to war's misery ...

Thousands trapped in Syria's Afrin district need protection and aid

Refugees and residents in the Afrin district of Syria are trapped between warring parties on the border with Turkey without any protection or proper medical supplies, Oxfam warned today. ...

Yemen still starved of food and fuel after month-long suspension of blockade

Despite last month's temporary lifting of the Saudi led-coalition blockade of Yemen's northern ports, in the past three and a half weeks only 18 per cent of the country's monthly fuel...

Yemen cholera outbreak hits 1 million suspected cases

In response to the Yemen cholera outbreak hitting the million suspected cases mark Shane Stevenson, Oxfam's Country Director in Yemen, said: ...

Yemen being pushed ever closer to famine

1,000 days of war and a crippling blockade is starving its people. ...

Rohingya refugees say no return to Myanmar without equal rights

Rohingya refugees interviewed by Oxfam in Bangladesh say they will not go back to Myanmar until their safety can be guaranteed and they have equal rights, including being able to work and travel...

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