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UNHCR says figure is "a devastating milestone for a host community stretched to breaking point" and urges more support.
The people of Niger desperately need help and, as humanitarians, we all must act now to avert disaster.
The UN's senior humanitarian leader has met the leader of Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army in a brief and stormy session that ended without agreement.
The UN's humanitarian chief has described Israel's use of cluster bombs in south Lebanon during the final three days of the conflict there as "shocking" and "immoral".

UN humanitarian relief coordinator Jan Egeland has chastised both Israel and Hizbollah, saying it is a "disgrace" they would not stop fighting long enough to allow aid deliveries to reach civilians.

Jan Egeland, the UN humanitarian chief, has accused Hezbollah of "cowardly blending" among Lebanese civilians and causing the deaths of hundreds during two weeks of cross-border violence with
The United Nations emergency relief coordinator has accused Israel of breaking humanitarian law as he toured ruins in Beirut left by devastating Israeli air raids on residential areas.

Jan Egeland, the United Nations emergency relief coordinator, has said Lebanon needs over $100million to help civilians who have been hurt or displaced by the Israeli offensive.

A Sudanese interpreter has been killed in Darfur when an angry protest turned violent during a senior UN official's visit to a camp for

The top UN humanitarian official called on Sunday for aid workers to be given better access to Sudan's Darfur region.

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