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Rights group says civilians killed, including at least one child, during sectarian violence in a western village.
The town of Arsal risks being caught in the vortex of the civil war raging across the border.
Torture, killings and looting have become widespread as the Central African Republic slides into chaos.
Supplies finally arrive in some of worst hit and remote areas, eight days after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the country.
Many Syrian refugees cannot afford to pay the costs of giving birth in a Lebanese hospital.
New pharmaceuticals can help combat the deadly disease, but delivering it to the people in need remains an obstacle.
Medics travel to DR Congo in an attempt to eliminate one of the world's most neglected tropical diseases.
Visits to sites of suspected poision-gas attacks on the agenda, a day after the team came under sniper fire in Damascus.
Inspectors visit field hospitals and collect samples near Damascus after coming under fire from unidentified snipers.
Team "deliberately shot at multiple times by unidentified snipers" while on way to site of alleged chemical attack.
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