9 comments on “World Humanitarian Day 2010: The Ambush (Part I of 3)

  1. Interesting, isn’t it, how long it can take to write something about a highly traumatic event? Very interesting reading. Didn’t “enjoy” it. Didn’t “like” it. But very interesting reading.

  2. This l is an opportunity to acknowledge excellence of Humanitarian work,and also through story telling , indicate how the Humantarian workers Suffering ,
    this day need more concern for the world because it reflects and covers more humanitarian events
    if possible to Select One country every year and celebrate world wide
    also can put (Expensive Gift for the best President deal with Humanitarian Issues ) and put specif crieria for measurement
    *draw the attention of Media to give more space to this day an more advocay to the leaders

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