War in Iraq VS Iran: Is America Under a National Emergency?

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Yemen: Four questions

How do Yemeni displaced children remember their country after 18 months of war? There are now 3 million people in Yemen who have been forced to flee their homes. Yemen activist Shatha Alghabri (https:// – now based in Malaysia – worked with the displaced children in this video to show what this war actually means for the next generation. Take action: #GiveUsBackOurHomes #StandAsOne

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Is Elijah Cheating on Christine with Tana? | The Maury Show

In this promotional Social Sitdown parody, Maury uncovers this year’s biggest YouTube scandal. Christine fears her fiancé Elijah has been cheating on her with his “friend” Tana. Christine wants to learn the truth before saying “I Do.” Subscribe NOW to The Maury Show: Watch The Maury Show weekdays! Check your local listings for show times: #Maury20 #MaurysOn Get more of The Maury Show: Follow The Maury Show : https://twitter.com/TheMAURYShow Like The Maury Show: https:// The Maury Show on Instagram: SnapChat: @OfficialMaury Visit The Maury Show website: The Maury Show explores compelling relationships and family issues including: sexual infidelity,

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‘Donetsk rebels threaten to kill OSCE monitors’ – Deputy chief monitor Hug to RT

OSCE monitors working in the region today visited the village of Gorlovka, which is currently under the control of anti-government forces. The village has endured increased shelling in recent days. A Deputy Chief of the OSCE mission in East Ukraine has updated RT on the tense situation in the region. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1

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See how a baby recovers from malnutrition in conflict-hit Nigeria | UNICEF

7-month-old Umara Bukar is one of over 100,000 children across northeast Nigeria being treated from malnutrition by UNICEF. The violent conflict there has left children severely malnourished and at risk of death. 400,000 will suffer from severe acute malnutrition over the next year in the three affected states. Subscribe to UNICEF here: The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child. Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: For more about UNICEF’s work, visit: Follow UNICEF here: UNICEF Connect blog:

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How Do We Tackle The Root Causes of Displacement?

How can we help people remain at home? How can we help them get back home? How do we help them if they cannot go home? “Our world today is at a crossroads,” the head of the UN Refugee Agency António Guterres said at the opening of the two-day forum entitled “Understanding and addressing root causes of displacement.” “From a humanitarian perspective, this juncture is defined by two ‘mega-problems’ in an environment of global insecurity: a seemingly uncontrollable multiplication of violent conflicts in an environment of global insecurity, and the pervasive and growing effects of natural hazards and climate change that are already shaping our present and will shape our future even more,” he added. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, who steps down at the end of December after 10 years

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My hope for 2016

More than 125 million people in the world need humanitarian assistance. Aid organisations aim to bring urgent help to more than 87.6 million of the most vulnerable and marginalized of them in 2016. This will require a record US$20.1 billion in funding — five times the amount a decade ago.

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A lifeline to Palestine refugees in Syria

The conflict in Syria has intensified during 2015, leading to heightened humanitarian and protection needs amongst the increasingly vulnerable Palestine refugee population. Of the 450,000 Palestine refugees in Syria, 95 percent rely on UNRWA humanitarian assistance and 60 percent are internally displaced. UNRWA humanitarian and human development response is a lifeline. The 60,000 Palestine refugees who have fled to Lebanon and Jordan face a precarious existence. Without sustained and increased humanitarian and human development funding, the Palestine refugee community, especially that in Syria, will face accelerating and unsustainable threats to their existence. For 2016, UNRWA is appealing for $415m to meet their minimum humanitarian needs in Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. Read more about the

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China woos Bhutan, to India’s displeasure

A peep into a Thimphu toy shop shows stacks of Pokemons, all made in China, a testimony to the quiet overtures Beijing is making in Bhutan at rival India’s expense. China’s annexation of Tibet in 1951 and an unresolved border dispute have long been irritants in ties with Bhutan, and India would prefer they remain estranged. India jumped to Bhutan’s defence last year when Chinese troops started building a road on Doklam, a territory claimed by both China and Bhutan. The eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation lasted 72 days before the Indian and Chinese armies pulled back. But now Beijing is seeking to mend relations and extend a hand of friendship to the tiny Himalayan kingdom, despite the two having no diplomatic relations. Chinese shipments have shot up in the past decade, with goods

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Odisha in talks with Mahindra, Adani, Hinduja for defence manufacturing

The Odisha government is in talks with some leading conglomerates such as Mahindra, Adani and Hinduja to explore possibilities of local defence manufacturing. The state government has plans to develop a defence manufacturing cluster and is giving final touches to an exclusive defence manufacturing policy. “Some of the companies that we have initiated talks with are keen to put up their defence manufacturing units. They have submitted a wish list and are awaiting the finalisation of our policy on defence manufacturing. Once we are done with the policy, we hope to attract some concrete proposals,” said an official source. Recently, the state government invited the Tata group to set up a defence manufacturing cluster at Naraj, near Cuttack. While meeting Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekhar

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