"I think the situation inside Syria is a war without law and a war without end," said David Miliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, and former foreign secretary for the UK. “And I’m afraid that our workers and the people they serve are daily subjects to the Assad Regime, [and] its barrel bombing missions.”
Part of the US' strategy to fight ISIS has been to arm Kurdish opposition forces, including the dominant group PYD. It has close ties to the PKK, the Kurdish Workers Party, which Turkey considers a terrorist organization.
Several girls from the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Mafraq, Jordan, got a chance to work with mentors to discuss their aspirations for the future and to develop plans to achieve them. They were then given the opportunity to design and direct their own photoshoot in which each girl poses as her future self — as someone who has achieved those goals.
In addition to physical health problems, the virus can have damaging psychological and social effects on survivors, which has now become a major concern among health workers and humanitarian aid organizations. Survivors often have difficulty reintegrating into society after recovery due to the stigma surrounding the disease and face social rejection by their peers.