The ingenuity of barbarians

Polling war victims for a better protection

South African voices

A vital go-between
Red Cross messages in Angola

Children of the bomb blast
The youngest victims of the Nairobi bombing

Wells of hope
The Namibian Red Cross in action

A Balkan tradedy

Helpless by reason of invasion,
Stranded and uncared for by actions of war.
But a little giving and humanity:
The joy of existence is restored.

Dr Johnson Olumide Fatokun
of the Lesotho Red Cross

New biological weapons
Science fiction or moral imperative?

Where have all the volunteers gone?

Back together
The reunification of the German Red Cross

The Henry Dunant Society

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