Monday, July 4

Medical

KSrelief Signs USD 1.33 Million Agreement to Treat Cancer Patients of Syrian Refugees in Jordan

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Amman -- King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) yesterday signed an agreement with the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) to treat cancer patients of Syrian refugees in Jordan (second stage) with a total value of USD 1.33 million.KSrelief Assistant Supervisor General for Operations and Programs Eng. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Beez and KHCFDirector Nisreen Qatamesh signed the agreement at the headquarters of the Saudi Embassy in Amman in the presence of Saudi Ambassador to Jordan Nayef Al-Sudairi, Director of the Branches Department at KSrelief Mubarak Al-Dossari, and KSrelief Director in Jordan Saud Al-Hazeem.The distinguished strategic partnership between KSrelief and KHCF started in 2018 and played a pivotal role in saving the lives of cancer patients, where the provided supp...

Supported by KSrelief, Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hajjah, Yemen provides medical services to 4105 patients within a week

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Hajjah, Yemen -- Supported by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), the Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hiran District, Hajjah Governorate, Yemen, provided medical services to 4,105 patients during the period May 18-24, 2022 AD.This comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief projects being provided by the Kingdom, represented by KSrelief, for supporting the medical sector in Yemen to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people from their humanitarian crisis.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Supported by KSrelief, Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hajjah, Yemen provides medical services to 4105 patients within a week

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Hajjah, Yemen -- Supported by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), the Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hiran District, Hajjah Governorate, Yemen, provided medical services to 4,105 patients during the period May 18-24, 2022 AD.This comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief projects being provided by the Kingdom, represented by KSrelief, for supporting the medical sector in Yemen to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people from their humanitarian crisis.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Supported by KSrelief, Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hajjah, Yemen provides medical services to 4105 patients within a week

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Hajjah, Yemen -- Supported by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), the Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hiran District, Hajjah Governorate, Yemen, provided medical services to 4,105 patients during the period May 18-24, 2022 AD.This comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief projects being provided by the Kingdom, represented by KSrelief, for supporting the medical sector in Yemen to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people from their humanitarian crisis.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Supported by KSrelief, Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hajjah, Yemen provides medical services to 4105 patients within a week

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Hajjah, Yemen -- Supported by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), the Emergency Center for Epidemiological Diseases Control in Hiran District, Hajjah Governorate, Yemen, provided medical services to 4,105 patients during the period May 18-24, 2022 AD.This comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief projects being provided by the Kingdom, represented by KSrelief, for supporting the medical sector in Yemen to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people from their humanitarian crisis.Source: Saudi Press Agency

DR Congo halts Rwanda flights over alleged support for rebels

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KINSHASA— The Democratic Republic of Congo suspended RwandAir flights to the country, accusing Rwanda’s government of supporting the M23 rebel group that has renewed its offensive near their shared border.The government in Kinshasa also summoned Rwanda’s ambassador to express its disapproval of its neighbor’s “recidivist attitude.”The decision was announced after an extraordinary national security meeting on Friday chaired by Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi.RwandAir, the flag carrier of Rwanda, said in a statement it would cancel “with immediate effect” all flights to Kinshasa, Lubumbashi and Goma.Kinshasa said it was responding to a fresh campaign of violence by M23 in the east of the country which began last month, after nearly a decade of relative calm.Last week, the group advanced...