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  • Migrants crossing the border between the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece, near the town of Gevgelija, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 02 September 2015. The Gevgelija-Presevo journey is just a part of the journey that the refugees, the vast majority of them from Syria, are forced to make along the so-called Balkan corridor, which takes them from Turkey, across Greece, Macedonia and Serbia to Hungary, the gateway to the European Union. (Photo/ credit" EPA/VALDRIN XHEMAJ. (Alistair Reign News Blog www.AlistairReignBlog.com).
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  • The remnants of a US drone strike on August 29, 2012 in Khashamir, Yemen. The strike killed three alleged members of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, a policeman, and a cleric who preached against the armed group.
  • A 29-year-old woman who was raped in October 2015 by peacekeepers stationed in Bambari, Central African Republic. © 2015 Lewis Mudge/Human Rights Watch
  • And now - a country with more than 10,000 people killed in the ensuing violence, over 10,000 more died of starvation under the blockade of humanitarian aid and supplies - the Middle East’s poorest nation, Yemen is reduced to the brink of famine.
  • The incident took place in the town of Manbij on Tuesday. Around eight families were struck while they were trying to escape the attack launched by Arab and Kurdish forces against Islamic State (IS) group fighters in Manbij. 85 civilians, including 11 children have been killed, according to the statement of the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Besides, dozens were wounded.
  • People searched for survivors in the rubble of houses destroyed by an airstrike in Sana, Yemen, on June 12. (Photo: Mohamed Al-Sayaghi/Reuters) alistairreignblog.com
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  • Syrian Kurd child holds a glass of water after he crossed the border between Syria and Turkey near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province, on September 20, 2014. Several thousand Syrian Kurds began crossing into Turkey on September 19 fleeing Islamic State fighters who advanced into their villages, prompting warnings of massacres from Kurdish leaders. Turkey on September 19 reopened its border with Syria to Kurds fleeing Islamic State (IS) militants, saying a “worst-case scenario” could drive as many as 100,000 more refugees into the country. (BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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  • (FILES) Britain has sent six RAF Typhoon jets to its Akrotiri base in Cyprus
  • Refugees ask for help from a dinghy boat as they are approached by the SOS Mediterranee's ship Aquarius on Sunday. The UNHCR said up to 500 people are feared dead in the sinking. (Patrick Bar/SOS Mediterranee/Associated Press)
  • Sekouba Bambino is a West African music icon, and managed to aid police in identifying the hotel attackers in Mali.
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