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UNICEF and EU warn of humanitarian crises

Aid agencies urge accelerated action in the Central African Republic, South Sudan and Syria as problems deepen.

Last updated: 12 Apr 2014 00:49
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The Central African Republic could become another Bosnia. That's what two of the world's leading humanitarian figures have told Al Jazeera.

UNICEF's director Anthony Lake, and the European Union's director of Humanitarian Aid, Kristalina Georgieva, sat down with Al Jazeera's Rosalind Jordan and spoke about the humanitarian crises in the CAR, South Sudan and Syria, and the impact of these conflicts on children.

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