IRC in the News
Heavy rains coming soon in Sudan and South Sudan will add to the woes of civilians after a border conflict and civil war forced thousands to flee their homes, aid agencies warned Tuesday.
Commentary: Rape and domestic violence are all too common for females who fled Nuba Mountains.
The weak economy has exposed shortcomings in a little-known program of the U.S. State Department. Each year, tens of thousands of refugees arrive in the U.
TUCSON- When Tucsonans talk immigration their minds usually travel about 45 minutes south to the border. But every year hundreds of immigrants with a very different story travel from as far away as South Asia, to the Old Pueblo, in hopes of living the American Dream.
Sudan is blocking aid to a rebel-controlled area, putting the lives of the population at risk, the head of the SPLM-North rebels has told the BBC.
Dut Aguer Bior doesn't like to talk about his past. He doesn't like to remember the night when, as a small boy, he was separated from his family in Sudan by gunfire, or discuss the 1,000 mile journey he then made, hungry and barefoot, to a refugee camp in Ethiopia.
ITV News has won the Television News Award at the One World Media Awards for its coverage of the desperate famine gripping east Africa. Correspondent Martin Geissler and cameraman Andy Rex travelled to Hagadera Hospital at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya to show the plight of thousands of starving