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Libyan delegation in Rome to discuss immigration and mutual challenges

10/08/2015. Meeting of senior representatives from Tobruk and Tripoli takes place at Order of Malta Magistral Villa

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Rescuing migrants in the Strait of Sicily: 80,000 hours worked during the first seven months of 2015

08/31/2015. From 1 January to 31 July of this year, 81,408 hours have been spent at sea with the dedication of those conscious of their duty to help their fellow creatures.

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Order of Malta Germany organises acutely topical conference on migration

09/18//2015. What is the future of migration and our social responsibility? How can we achieve successful integration in the long-term?

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The Order of Malta’s doctors and psychologists tackle the new drama in the Strait of Sicily

13/02/2015. Just as in other similar tragic events, the Order of Malta’s Relief Corps’ psychologists arrived in Lampedusa to assist the Coastguards’ personnel and the Order’s doctors and nurses already present.

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The Order Of malta increases its efforts to assist refugees arriving in Europe

09/15/2015. With its network of 80 thousand volunteers worldwide, the Order of Malta is participating in the enormous efforts being made to offer medical care, accommodation and basic necessities to the thousands of people in flight.

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Refugee Journeys ...

06/16/2015. Discover the road of the men, women and children through this reportage by Malteser International.

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Displacement in Iraq Reaches Nearly 3.2 Million

11/09/2015. The IOM Iraq Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) published this week, identified 3,182,736 internally displaced Iraqis

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Guterres says UNHCR and partners struggle to meet humanitarian needs

10/05/2015. The global refugee crisis is so great that the UN refugee agency and other agencies are struggling to respond to and meet all the humanitarian needs they face.

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Archb. Tomasi: Syrian children risk becoming a lost generation

03/17/2015. Archbishop Silvano Tomasi has warned that unless efforts are made to protect millions of children caught up in the Syrian conflict they are at risk of becoming a lost generation.

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Central African Republic: Hundreds of families torn apart by conflict

03/18/2015. The ICRC, working closely with the Central African Red Cross Society, is pursuing its efforts to help these people trace and contact their relatives.

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