Two young mothers from Marawi recall the moment they fled the fighting, and how they are coping with life in evacuation centers
On May 13, the humanitarian group will stage the 4th Million Volunteer Run across the country, completing its extensive network of one million volunteers
A young humanitarian shares her experience that reminded her how so much more needs to be done to put an end to the armed conflicts in the Philippines and to improve the quality of life of Filipinos
The ICRC has not specified who was behind the abduction
Beginning of an invaluable and lasting reunion for a family starts with a single piece of paper
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A vast Red Cross survey indicates that acceptance of torture during war has increased dramatically in recent decades, with fewer than half of people now categorically rejecting the practice
ICRC: 'No one and nowhere is safe. Shell-fire is constant, with houses, schools and hospitals all in the line of fire. People live in a state of fear.'
Aid groups are unable to deliver much-needed food packages to four besieged towns in war-torn Syria on Monday, March 14, the International Committee of the Red Cross says, citing security problems
Around 15,000 families in evacuation centers in 6 Maguindanao towns receive food and supplies from ICRC
The 'supply chain' could possibly include International Committee of the Red Cross hospitals. It remains unclear if the idea was ever acted on
How safe water and resilient shelters ensure a community's recovery
Diplomats say the Russian statement, appealing for an immediate ceasefire or at least humanitarian pause in Yemen, was not rejected out of hand but that council members need time to consider the wording
Humanitarian aid workers are facing greater risks in delivering aid to disaster zones and conflict areas around the world
'If there are any Russian military personnel or vehicles in Ukraine they need to be withdrawn immediately or the consequences will be very serious,' British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says
The charity says while it had received an offer from Moscow to organize aid convoys, and would welcome any effort to ease civilian suffering in the region, no such action had taken place.
Elhadj As Sy: 'Communities are part of the solution and they shouldn't be seen as a problem'
Nearly 100 days after the super typhoon, the Philippines receives only a fifth of the aid that the world promised
Sudan's Humanitarian Aid Commission sent a letter to the ICRC informing them to suspend their activities, citing "some technical issues" related to which ICRC hoped to undertake this year in the war-torn country
Two months after Yolanda, the Red Cross Tracing Team continue to search for missing persons in the ravaged areas
Two months after Typhoon Yolanda, shelter remains the biggest challenge for the Philippine government and aid agencies
The International Committee of the Red Cross will focus on delivering drinking water and medical aid to thousands of affected people in Samar
A car bomb kills 27 in northwest Syria as the US pressed for peace talks in the country
3 of 6 ICRC aid workers and a Red Crescent colleague have been freed after being kidnapped in Syria
A key opposition group, meanwhile, said it would not attend any Geneva peace talks
The Red Cross stops providing food and medical aid in Afghanistan after a suicide and gun attack on its office
In the wake of the disaster and current state of water and sanitation, outbreak of diseases is closely being monitored
4 Filipinos have requested to leave the Gaza Strip and return to the Philippines, according to the DFA
ICRC launches a website, www.familylinks.icrc.org, to allow users to find missing relatives through Red Cross and Red Crescent networks worldwide
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says Syria's Bashar al-Assad "doesn't deserve to be on this earth"
How should the Philippine military behave to respect humanitarian law? A new poster by the ICRC shows them what to do.
Rarely speaking out on controversy, the International Red Cross joins opponents of a draft arms trade treaty of the United Nations
More than 100 people were reported killed Saturday, June 23, in violence across Syria, as Turkey downplayed the Syrian shooting down of a Turkish plane while President Bashar al-Assad formed a new cabinet with key posts unchanged
The release of Romeo Langlois ends more than a month in captivity under the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and representatives from various media organizations in East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific gather today, October 14, in Manila to tackle theof reporting on violence and other emergencies.