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  • Assembled under a huge tent, more than thirty sheiks and elders in Kalma first thanked me and my large delegation of local aid workers for the extensive humanitarian assistance to the camp by the UN, NGOs, and the Norwegian Refugee Council, the latter recently banned as camp coordinator by the governor of South Darfur.

    A Billion Lives

  • General Jay Garner, director of American reconstruction and humanitarian assistance efforts in Iraq, April 30, 200325

    Mission Accomplished! Or How We Won the War in Iraq

  • In the meantime, Rice had a conference call with Ban, Li, Aso, and Lavrov, in which Ban told her that South Korea was cutting off humanitarian assistance to the North, an important first step, indicating that even the Roh Moo-Hyun administration understood that North Korea was way over the red lines this time.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • Turkish Air Force base at Diyarbakir, where the first U.S. air drops of humanitarian assistance were being prepared, and then we helicoptered off to a Turkish military base close to the Iraqi border.

    Surrender is not an Option


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