IRC in the News
(CNN) -- Sharifa lost her foot when the Syrian jets swooped down and fired missiles at the house. Now the hijab-clad girl sits jaded in a dirty, hardscrabble displaced persons camp near Turkey, growing up fast, confused and far from home.
As the death toll continues to grow steadily in Syria, an aid agency working in the conflict zone has said that doctors are being murdered to stop wounded getting treated.
The Middle East faces a "staggering" humanitarian crisis caused by the conflict in Syria, an aid agency says. With more then 600,000 Syrians having fled the country, the International Rescue Committee is calling on the outside world to step up its response.
Women interviewed for International Rescue Committee report tell of attacks involving kidnap, rape, torture and murder
SAN DIEGO -- It's daybreak at the City Heights Farmer's Market. Under a bright yellow tent, Luchia Lokonyen is arranging the fruits of her labor (kale, and several other greens), while greeting her customers.
I've always thought that if you can turn cooking dinner into reality TV—shows such as "Top Chef" or "Samurai Saladmen" or "Pastry Psychos" or whatever they're called—you could pretty much do a reality TV show about anything or anybody.