IEDs Severely Impact Humanitarian Ops In Warzones – UK Report – 15 April 2015

RT logoHumanitarian operations in conflict zones such as Afghanistan are blighted by deadly improvised explosive devices (IEDs), an international affairs NGO says. The crisis is heightened by increasingly militarized and politicized international aid programs.

In a report published on Tuesday, British global affairs NGO Chatham House said IEDs pose a mounting threat to humanitarian outfits operating in war-torn states.

The research, titled ‘The Impact of IEDs on the Humanitarian Space in Afghanistan’, examines the way in which these deadly weapons impact upon humanitarian programs conducting work in conflict zones.

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