Red Cross a casualty of war

The International Red Cross is another casualty of the ‘war on terror'.

25th December, 2004

The International Red Cross is another casualty of the ‘war on terror'.

The head of the British Red Cross warned that the neutrality of the international humanitarian aid organisation was becoming a casualty of the global battle.

In an interview with The Guardian, Nicholas Young said US-led defiance of international law in Iraq threatened to destroy the ability of the Red Cross to operate in areas of conflict.

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