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Sent to help the community deal with an Ebola outbreak, the aid workers’ count of abuse allegations keeps growing the more we investigate:
Refugees and asylum seekers in Serbia are receiving their first COVID-19 vaccine doses. Many countries have promised to include these groups in rollouts, but far fewer have followed through.
Is the UK’s post-Brexit approach to asylum just a ruse? New studies from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on how to decolonise research, and a look at Afghanistan's school killings. This and more in our weekly Cheat Sheet:
On top of calls for UN-backed investigations into attacks on civilians, Afghanistan’s rights commission wants “reparations and documentation”. Read more on the legacy of impunity:
Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed says humanitarian relief is his top priority, but observers say access for international aid groups to Tigray is tied up with security concerns.
Large parts of Tigray are “inaccessible”, according to a map released by @UNOCHA . Why?
SPECIAL REPORT: From farmers to fighters: @emmanuelfreuden ’s exclusive story from inside the rebel ranks reveals how hundreds of anglophone farmers are taking on the US-trained Cameroonian army with hunting rifles
“Tigray has the highest numbers of people in need as a percentage of the population, the lowest numbers of organisations responding, and the lowest percentage of people in need reached by aid”, compared with other conflict zones, says @HumOutcomes .
“The state no longer has the monopoly of force, it’s lost control,” @HassanIdayat on Nigeria’s deepening insecurity.