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MOSUL CRISIS

As Iraq’s offensive to liberate Mosul from ISIS control looms, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has warned of an impending humanitarian crisis. Alongside UN agencies and …

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‘Devastated by ISIS’

The health system in the newly liberated Ramadi region of Iraq has collapsed and conditions for patients are appalling. That is the view of a senior AMAR assessment team that has just returned from Anbar province.

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Plastic Surgery in Iraq

Two leading plastic surgeons, Dr Graham Smith and Dr David Gateley, joined AMAR’s medical team in Iraq to review and plan follow-up treatment for some of the country’s most severely injured victims of recent conflict.

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International Women’s Day: AMAR women changing lives in Iraq

International Women’s Day: AMAR women changing lives in Iraq

Work is a huge part of our lives. It provides security, meaning and a sense of belonging. It’s part of who we are. Many AMAR staff, like the people they serve, have been displaced by war and violence. Working for AMAR provides structure and a semblance of normality....

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AMAR Summer 2022 newsletter

AMAR’s Summer 2022 Newsletter describes our work for the needy in Iraq and more recently for Ukrainians fleeing from bombs. The US Friends of AMAR and our long standing Iraqi medical lead, Professor Alaa Hussein Abed, are also showcased: [3d-flip-book...

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High country brumby debate rages on

: Insta is known for checking and controlling the moving bits of the clinics with no obstructions. It likewise helps in improving medical clinic profitability by dealing with every one of your patients, offices, sets up e Detective Superintendent Joe Banfield, who is...

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Thames Water rack up £32MILLION in fines over four years

'He was an innocent young soul who would always put others before him. He was a hard-working man who loved his family and took care of us. He was there in a heartbeat for anything. He always had a solution to everything,' his brother, Basil Baig said.  The program saw...

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