U.N. Warns Of Worsening Humanitarian Situation In Two Unstable Iraqi Cities
IRIN: Iraq fighting slows aid to the displaced
“The U.N. is warning of a ‘critical humanitarian situation’ that is only ‘likely to worsen’ following sustained fighting among Islamic insurgents, tribal groups and government forces in the Iraqi province of Anbar that has displaced at least 5,000 families. Aid agencies are on standby to deliver food, water and other relief items to those affected by the violence, which erupted in and around the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi, but they are struggling to gain access due to the fighting…” (1/8).
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