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Aid for Besieged Syrian Town
Rastan
By TTM Contributor 8
21 Apr 2016

A large truck convoy has delivered humanitarian aid supplies to the Syrian opposition-held town of Rastan under siege in central Homs Province. The 65 truck convoy is sponsored by the UN, The International Committee of the Red Cross and and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent.
The ICRC says the convoy is the first to reach Rastan in over a year.
The supplies include food, medicine and medical equipment, electricity generators and water treatment materials.
Opposition officials say Syrian regime forces did not allow a large portion of the medical supplies including medications and vaccines mainly for children.
The town, which has been under siege for three years, has seen its population double to 120-thousand because of people fleeing fighting in the region.

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Regular Flights between Iran and Yeme...
Sanaa International Airport
By Yousef Mawry
01 Mar 2015

March 1, 2015
Sanaa, Yemen

For the first time in 25 years, an Iranian flight landed in Yemen at Sanaa International Airport after Houthi and Iranian officials signed a contract in Tehran to open a direct aviation service between the two countries. They agreed to set up 14 weekly flights between the two countries. The plane was from Mahan Air, a private airline based in Tehran that operates domestically in Iran and internationally to the Far East, the Middle Eat, Central Asia, and Europe. Keen to show that they were not supplying the Houthis with weapons, the Iranian flight arrived with a donation of 12 tons of medical supplies and equipment from the Iranian Red Crescent. Iranian officials at the airport said they regret that such an agreement was not signed years ago to help build Iranian-Yemeni relations.

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Young Boy with Tin Cup in Camp West o...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Boy and Girl in a camp in West Damascus
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Children Playing at Camp School West ...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Adults Repose in Camp West of Damascus
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Panorama of Families at Camp West of ...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Family at Rest in Camp West of Damascus
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Elderly Man at Rest in Camp West of D...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Boy Smiling in Camp West of Damascus
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Portrait of Boy and Girl in Camp West...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Families Receiving Aid in Camp West o...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Pasta and Spices in Camp West of Dama...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Inside the Kitchen of Refugee Camp We...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Child and Mother in Camp West of Dama...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
23 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Syrian Children Make Due in Refugee C...
Dhahiyet Qudsayyah
By TTM Contributor 13
22 Feb 2015

Citizens from rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a suburb east of Damascus, are evacuated from various villages (mainly Douma, Jobar, Jesreen and Harasta) and relocated to a refugee camp in government-controlled Dhahiyet Qudsayyah, west of Damascus, on 22 February. In the shelter, which also houses a school, they are provided with food, clothes and other basic necessities.

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Gaza Paramedics Evacuate Civilians fr...
Gaza City
By adrian
06 Aug 2014

July 19-20, 2014
Gaza City

Paramedics from the Red Crescent Center in Gaza City brave shell fire and street battles to evacuate civilians trapped in the volatile Shajaya area. Throughout the Operation Protective Edge, paramedics have been killed and injured while on duty. Often, paramedics are the only people willing to risk entering dangerous areas to evacuate stranded civilians. This photo story follows a crew of Gaza City's paramedics over the course of a dangerous night in Gaza.

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Paramedics of Gaza Brave War
By Loulu D'aki
22 Jul 2014

July 19-20, 2014
Gaza

Gaza's paramedics risk life and limb to rescue civilians injured during Israel's Operation Protective Edge. Workers and Volunteers from the Red Crescent in Gaza City have been venturing into Shishaya area of Gaza, which is under heavy attack from Israeli forces. These photos follow Red Crescent Workers on a dangerous nighttime rescue mission in Shishaya, offering glimpse into the life of Gaza's paramedics in a time of war.

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Aid into Yarmouk Refugee Camp, Syria
yarmouk
By Transterra Editor
09 Apr 2014

Location: South Damascus, Syria
Slug: New shipment of aid into refugees camp
Duration: 03’ 27”
Aspect Ratio/Def: 16:9/ SD
Sound/Language: Natural/Arabic
Source: TTM
Restrictions: TTM clients only
Dateline: 18-03-2014

Storyline:

Distribution of food aid, polio vaccines and milk in al- Yarmouk Camp in Damascus and the evacuation of humanitarian cases was resumed on Tuesday, according to head of the political department of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) in Damascus, Ambassador Anwar Abdelhadi.

Maher Sheikha, the medical services officials at the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) said: “800 milk containers, 2,000 polio vaccines, 200 vitamin ampoules, and 1,000 packets of salts were brought into the camp and delivered to the Palestinian Red Crescent.”

He added that several people in critical condition have been evacuated and talks are ongoing to evacuate others.

Shotlist:

  1. Wide shot of the main street at the entrance to the al-Yarmouk refugees camp
  2. Wide of two ambulance vehicles parked outside the al-Yarmouk camp reading in Arabic: Palestinian Red Crescent Society, in english P.R.C.S
  3. Close of an ambulance reading in Arabic: Palestinian Red Crescent Society
  4. Wide of devastation at the entrance of the camp
  5. Two shots of narrow streets inside the camp where destroyed and burned buildings showing
  6. Med of male residents of the camp crowding in wait for aid
  7. Med of elderly woman approaching to the camera followed by two volunteers helping a man on wheeled-chair
  8. Wide of residents of the camp wondering in a devastated street with volunteers and UNRWA workers
  9. Med of male residents waiting for their turn to get aid inside the camp
  10. Two shots of UN workers handing out food to the residents of the camp
  11. Wide of an alley inside the camp
  12. Wide of people at check point inside the camp in wait to get food
  13. Med of a young man in military uniform with residents behind waiting for the aid
  14. Med of women waiting in line inside the camp
  15. Tilt down from destroyed buildings to women inline inside the camp waiting for their shares of food
  16. Close of a little boy drawing the Victory sign with his fingers standing beside his mother inline with other women
  17. Med of women waiting inline
  18. Two lines of men and women in wait for the aid to arrive
  19. (soundbite)(ARABIC) male resident of the camp, no name given
    “ Only one meal! I’m standing here to talking to you and feeling as if i am fainting, I’m about to fall, I have never eaten since yesterday. I pray to God to help us”
  20. Med of women standing inline waiting to receive food aid
  21. (soundbite)(ARABIC) female resident of the camp, no name given
    “ We are suffering a lot of hunger, we go to Yalda to buy stuff and they sell us nothing, they ask us to get back to the camp”
  22. Wide of completely devastated main street inside the camp
  23. (soundbite)(ARABIC) elderly women from the camp, no name given
    “ All my children had been displaced, they all left their houses, their houses had been robbed. We had not even tasted bread for nine months. There is no food in the camp, they sell 1 kilo of rice for ten thousand pound. I’m an elderly woman and I’m all alone in the house. Everyday they attack me and I always have to hide, about what religion and what faith they are talking? May God not forgive them! May they slaughter and kill me!”
  24. Wide of destroyed building. Pull out to wider view of residents of the camp inline to get food
  25. Wide of men and women in line to register their names before getting aid
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Military plane crash in Sana'a, Yemen...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
19 Feb 2013

After a few hours, it became clear to both bystanders and medical staff, including these Red Crescent workers, that there would be no further survivors to be found.

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Military plane crash in Sana'a, Yemen...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
19 Feb 2013

At the site of a military airplane crash in Sana'a, Yemen, medical workers waited at the scene in case survivors were found.

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Military plane crash in Sana'a, Yemen...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
19 Feb 2013

Red Crescent workers survey the scene of a military aircraft crash in Sana'a, Yemen, which left at least 12 dead.

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Military plane crash in Sana'a, Yemen...
Sana'a, Yemen
By luke_somers
19 Feb 2013

A burned automobile is lifted from the site of the military aircraft crash in Sana'a, which left at least 12 dead.

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This is normal in Baghdad
Amman, Jordan
By Osie Greenway
17 Jul 2012

Zain Adeen 14, struggles to gain strength for rehabilitation after a vehicle exploded in Feburary, 2012 while he was walking to work at a neighborhood restaurant in Baghdad, Iraq  where he sells hummus, the explosion resulted in losing his right foot and maiming his left leg. When asked how he feels about his situation Adeen said," This is normal in Baghdad what can I do?" Amman, Jordan 2012.

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Stuggle for healing
Amman, Jordan
By Osie Greenway
17 Jul 2012

Zain Adeen 14, struggles to gain strength for rehabilitation after a vehicle exploded in Feburary, 2012 while he was walking to work at a neighborhood restaurant in Baghdad, Iraq  where he sells hummus, the explosion resulted in losing his right foot and maiming his left leg. When asked how he feels about his situation Adeen said," This is normal in Baghdad what can I do?" Amman, Jordan 2012.

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Funeral Ambush
Amman, Jordan
By Osie Greenway
17 Jul 2012

Hussein 10 and father Abu Hussein were attending a funeral last January in Baghdad, Iraq when a car exploded severely burning Hussein  and wounding several others. Abu Hussein said there were 13 car bombs that day. Hussein is currently undergoing rehabilitation and a number of surgeries at the MSF Hospital in Amman, Jordan 2012.

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UAE AID
Amman, Jordan
By Osie Greenway
16 Jul 2012

Aid and  food supplies for the displaced Syrian Refugees given by the UAE at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, Jordan July, 2012.

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Family members travelled from all over Cambodia to Phnom Penh. In order to identify and prepare family members for burial. The vast majority of the victims were female and adultescents. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

The Cambodian Red Cross assist with operations at Calmette Hospital. Cambodia is one of the region's poorer countries and has an underdeveloped health system, with hospitals barely able to cope with daily demand. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Family members grieve next to the body of a loved one. People desperately rushed and struggled to detain a coffin, which were being delivered through out the day. Once a coffin was detained family members layed the victims body and carried coffins to army trucks which will deliver coffins to the families home towns and allow families to mourn and bury the deceased. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Family members grieve next to the body of a loved one. People desperately rushed and struggled to detain a coffin, which were being delivered through out the day. Once a coffin was detained family members layed the victims body and carried coffins to army trucks which will deliver coffins to the families home towns and allow families to mourn and bury the deceased. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Two masked volunteers carry the body of one of the stampede victims outside Calmette Hospital. The vast majority of the 353 deceased were female and adultescents. Cambodia is one of the region's poorer countries and has an underdeveloped health system, with hospitals barely able to cope with daily demand. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Two men peer into one of the tents housing stampede victims inside the grounds of Clamette Hospital. Authorities had estimated that upward of two million people would descend on Phnom Penh for the three-day water festival. Poor policing and crowd control were thought to blame for the 353 victims of the stampede. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010

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Phnom Penh Stampede
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
By Jeffrey Bright
23 Nov 2010

Friends and family members comfort eachother at the entrance to one of the tents housing stampede victims inside the grounds of Clamette Hospital. Family members travelled from all over Cambodia to Phnom Penh. In order to identify and prepare their loved ones for burial. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 23/11/2010