Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: ICRC stands ready to facilitate handover of bodies of those killed in action and the simultaneous release of detainees

News release | “The ICRC has a long-standing history as a neutral intermediary in conflicts around the world, and it is our hope that this operation can move forward quickly so the remains of those killed in action can be…

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: ICRC condemns attacks causing civilian deaths and injuries

News release | “The ICRC strongly condemns the reported indiscriminate shelling and other alleged unlawful attacks using explosive weaponry in cities, towns and other populated areas, in which civilians are losing their lives and suffering terrible injuries, includ International Committee…

Newsletter – September 2020: Weakened by conflict, health systems in the Middle East struggle to cope with COVID-19

Report | The COVID-19 pandemic has further destabilized public health systems already weakened by war and natural disasters in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Gaza, Occupied Palestinian Territories and other countries in the region, which sorely lack adequate facilities, International Committee of…

Digitalization of Conflict Joint Initiative: Humanitarian Impact and Legal Protection

Article | This project aims to explore humanitarian consequences and protection needs caused by the digitalization of armed conflicts and the extent to which these needs are addressed by international law, especially international humanitarian law (IHL).Contex International Committee of the…

Washington Department Of Fish & Wildlife Kills The Last Two Members Of The Wedge Wolf Pack Over Livestock Conflict So That People Can Eat Meat

It is with heavy hearts that WAN shares the news that the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has killed the last two remaining members of the Wedge wolf pack on August 13th. This is sadly due to conflicts between wolves and livestock.…

Washington Department Of Fish & Wildlife Kills The Last Two Members Of The Wedge Wolf Pack Over Livestock Conflict So That People Can Eat Meat

It is with heavy hearts that WAN shares the news that the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has killed the last two remaining members of the Wedge wolf pack on August 13th. This is sadly due to conflicts between wolves and livestock.…

ICRC report: Climate change and conflict are a cruel combo that stalk the world’s most vulnerable

News release | Countries affected by conflict are also disproportionately impacted by climate change, a double threat that pushes people out of their homes, disrupts food production, cuts off supplies, amplifies diseases and weakens health-care services, the Intern International Committee…