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International Medical Corps Staff Released from Detention in Turkey

After being held by Turkish authorities in Gaziantep since April 20, 2017, eleven International Medical Corps staff members, all of whom are Syrians that were working to provide aid to their fellow refugees in need, have been released from detention. All have been allowed to return to their homes in Turkey. On April 20, fifteen …

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International Medical Corps Staff Detained in Turkey

On April 20, 2017, fifteen International Medical Corps staff members holding valid Turkish work permits were detained by Turkish authorities in Gaziantep. On April 25, four of the staff were deported back to their respective countries, but the remaining 11 staff – all Syrian nationals – remain in detention. International Medical Corps is working with …

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Comedians Come Together For Event Supporting International Medical Corps at Los Angeles’ The Comedy Store

Actor, writer, comedian, and producer David Koechner, who currently co-stars on CBS’ series “Superior Donuts,” will host night of standup at the iconic The Comedy Store in support of International Medical Corps’ lifesaving work in more than 30 countries. The event will feature a headline performance by “Superior Donuts” co-star Maz Jobrani. Tickets for the …

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Detained International Medical Corps Staff in Yemen Safely Released

The five International Medical Corps staff members and two International Medical Corps-contracted drivers that were detained by rebels in Yemen were safely released on Sunday, April 2, 2017. The staff members and drivers, all of whom are locally hired personnel supporting International Medical Corps humanitarian relief programs in the surrounding area, were at a hotel …

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International Medical Corps Staff Detained in Yemen

Five International Medical Corps staff members working to provide lifesaving humanitarian aid to the people of Yemen, along with two International Medical Corps-contracted drivers, were recently detained by rebels in Yemen. We are working to ensure this matter can be resolved as soon as possible. International Medical Corps has provided humanitarian relief to the people …

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Gilead Sciences and International Medical Corps Partner to Deliver Lifesaving Health Services to Syrian Refugees

Gilead Sciences, Inc. (Nasdaq:GILD) and International Medical Corps are partnering to provide health care and other vital services to Syrians who were forced to flee their homes because of Syria’s civil war. “Gilead Sciences’ very generous support will make it possible for International Medical Corps to protect the health of Syrian families as well as …

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International Medical Corps Ready to Help Families Fleeing Mosul

With the fight to retake Mosul from ISIL now underway, International Medical Corps’ team in Iraq is ready to provide life-sustaining support to families who will flee the city to safe areas as military operations advance and life threatening battles are waged. “We are extremely concerned for the families in and around Mosul,” said Joan …

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FedEx, Direct Relief, International Medical Corps & Heart to Heart International Team Up to Deliver Supplies and Aid to Haiti

More than 30 tons of critical aid is on the ground and in the hands of relief workers in Haiti. FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) delivered the emergency supplies on board two charter flights this week in an effort to provide assistance to the people and communities affected by Hurricane Matthew. FedEx supported these disaster relief …

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Hurricane Matthew: International Medical Corps Emergency Response Teams on the Ground in Southern Haiti and Bahamas

With travel by road restricted by damage from Hurricane Matthew, International Medical Corps’ Emergency Response Team arrived by helicopter in Les Cayes, a city in the area of southwestern Haiti that bore the brunt of the storm. The Category 4 storm made direct landfall with sustained winds of 145 mph on October 4, causing widespread …

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