World’s humanitarian crises: abused aid, shrinking space

Attacks on aid workers have resulted in shrinking humanitarian space for agencies to carry out their work safely and effectively.

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    Attacks on aid workers have resulted in shrinking humanitarian space for agencies to carry out their work safely and effectively.

    Organisations including the International Red Cross and Red Crescent say that in Syria and elsewhere, humanitarian aid is being used as a weapon of war.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from the Turkish city of Antalya where aid workers from 190 countries are trying to find solutions to the challenges they face.


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