“We came with nothing, we have nothing”: Thousands flee Fallujah as fighting intensifies

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The UN and partners are in a race against time to provide life-saving assistance to people fleeing escalating violence in Anbar, particularly around the battle for Fallujah. On 5 June, UNICEF, the World Food Programme (WFP), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the World…

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IOM observes Human Trafficking Awareness Week 2015 in South Africa

In an effort to raise awareness and educate about Trafficking in Persons (TiP) across the country, South Africa marks 2-9 October as National Human Trafficking Awareness Week 2015. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) will run a series of events aimed at advancing public awareness…

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IOM condemns violence against Soweto foreign nationals

27 January 2015: International Organization for Migration (IOM) condemns the violent actions of Soweto residents against foreign nationals and their businesses in the past week. This has served as a painful reminder of the continued vulnerability of migrants in South Africa. As the migration agency…

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