Aid Relief Headlines

  • Mexican firms to pay $3 million reparations over Venezuela food aid program

    A group of companies and individuals have agreed to pay $3 million in reparations to the United Nations Refugee Agency to settle allegations by Mexico of overcharging for basic food-aid packages distributed by the Venezuelan government, the Mexican attorney general's office said on Thursday.

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  • EU moves closer to overcoming migration feud

    The head of the European Parliament said on Thursday EU countries who refuse to host refugees could instead pay more for EU migration and development projects in Africa, signalling possible compromise to end a bruising dispute in the bloc.

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  • EU moves closer to overcoming migration feud

    The head of the European Parliament said on Thursday EU countries who refuse to host refugees could instead pay more for EU migration and development projects in Africa, signaling possible compromise to end a bruising dispute in the bloc.

    U.S.
  • Russia and Turkey give more time for Idlib deal in Syria: U.N.

    Russia and Turkey plan to give more time for the implementation of their de-escalation deal in the Syrian province of Idlib, a "great relief" for 3 million civilians in the area, U.N. humanitarian adviser Jan Egeland told reporters on Thursday.

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  • Russia and Turkey give more time for Idlib deal in Syria: U.N.

    Russia and Turkey plan to give more time for the implementation of their de-escalation deal in the Syrian province of Idlib, a "great relief" for an area of 3 million civilians, U.N. humanitarian adviser Jan Egeland told reporters on Thursday.

    U.S.
  • Syria approves U.N. aid delivery to remote camp on Jordan-Syria border

    The Syrian government gave approval for the U.N. to deliver aid next week to thousands of civilians stranded near a U.S. garrison on the Jordanian-Syrian border, aid workers and camp officials said on Wednesday.

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