Monday, September 24, 2018
Hamas slams Israel's plan to close Gaza main crossing
Israeli Prime Minister announced that the commercial crossing to Gaza will be closed in a move to impose more pressure on Palestinian resistance Hamas.
2018/7/10 - 15:08
UNICEF: Returning to Myanmar is not safe for Rohingya Muslims
Attacks on Rohingya Muslims appear to be continuing in Myanmar and it is not yet safe for the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh to begin returning to their homes, a high-ranking United Nations official said.
2018/1/26 - 02:00
UN asks for end of Saudi war on Yemen, calls for lifting of blockade
The heads of three U.N. agencies urged the Saudi-led military coalition to lift its blockade of Yemen, warning that "untold thousands"” would die if it stayed in place. "There is a fuel crisis. Some estimates say fuel will only last in the country for ۲۰ days because of the blockade and challenges of getting fuel into the country," UNICEF deputy representative in Yemen said.
2017/11/18 - 15:35
UNICEF hailed Imam Hussain Shrine supports children
Within a visit to Iraq to study the child’s situation, a delegation from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund "UNICEF" visited Imam Hussain Holy Shrine where reports on the children who left school, and the children who were enlisted by ISIS, were presented to them.
2017/2/25 - 12:07
Israel destroyed Unicef-funded water pipeline in Jordan Valley
Israeli forces demolished a eight-and-a-half kilometers water pipeline in the Jordan Valley which was built by the UNICEF-fund. Since the beginning of ۲۰۱۷, Israeli forces carried out demolitions in the Valley on at least six other occasions, in addition to seizing irrigation hoses in the region.
2017/2/20 - 18:22
Two Million Children Out Of School in War-Torn Yemen: UNICEF
The United Nations children’s agency, UNICEF, says violence has left over two million children out of school in Yemen, which has been under relentless Saudi attacks for more than a year.
2016/10/6 - 16:41
Millions of Iraqi children repeatedly and relentlessly targeted, says UN
Unicef report says 3.6 million children face risks including death or sexual violence, and 4.7 million need humanitarian aid as a result of the conflict.
2016/6/30 - 10:09