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Women sit on the floor as they wait in a clinic at the al-Hol detention camp. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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Misery Grows At Syrian Camp Holding ISIS Family Members

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A Houthi soldier stands guard during a rally to mark the fourth anniversary of the war in Yemen on March 26, 2019 in Sana'a, Yemen. Mohammed Hamoud/Getty Images hide caption

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A volunteer carries a bag with U.S. humanitarian aid goods in Cúcuta, Colombia, along the border with Venezuela, on Feb. 8. Raul Arboleda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Masses Aid Along Venezuelan Border As Some Humanitarian Groups Warn Of Risks

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Men walk on a damaged road in the Petobo subdistrict on Tuesday, days after an earthquake and tsunami hit Palu in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Muhammad Adimaja /Antara Foto Agency / Reuters hide caption

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An informal tented settlement for Syrian refugees in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley. AHA members filmed at this camp, gathering footage for their fundraising video Ruth Sherlock/NPR hide caption

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A German Far-Right Group Aids Syrian Refugees — To Stop Them From Reaching Europe

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Kennedy Odede (in blue shirt) is dancing for a good reason. The charity he and his wife started has been awarded the $2 million Hilton Humanitarian Prize. He's joined by residents of Kibera, the neighborhood in Nairobi where his nonprofit group provides educational, health and clean water services. Anwar Sadat hide caption

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At St. John Eye Hospital in Gaza, a Palestinian surgeon removes a woman's cataract using surgery equipment branded with a sticker that says, in Arabic, "From The American People." U.S. funding subsidizes these surgeries for Palestinians who could not otherwise afford them, but funding cuts means subsidies will not continue, hospital administrators say. Daniel Estrin/NPR hide caption

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U.S. Palestinian Aid Cuts Hit Programs Providing Food And Health For Gaza's Poorest

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The Israeli army facilitates the transfer of wounded Syrians to Israeli hospitals. Courtesy of the Israel Defense Forces hide caption

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From Israel, Quiet Efforts Are Underway To Aid Civilians In Syria

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