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  • Bosnian Man Digs For Bones Of Victims, Peace Of Mind

    The remains of up to 1,000 victims of a 1995 massacre have yet to be found in the hills around the Bosnian town of Srebrenica. For nearly 17 years, one man has devoted his life to locating the bones of those who died in Europe's worst mass killing since World War II. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)

    09/06/2016 | VIDEO

  • Ecuador earthquake: Reuniting families

    The earthquake that rocked Ecuador on 16 April caused great uncertainty and anguish among the population.

    09/06/2016 | VIDEO

  • Austria: Keeping families together

    In 2015, more than a million people arrived in Europe after fleeing war and poverty. Austria is a transit country for some and a final destination for others.

    25/05/2016 | VIDEO

  • Deceased migrants – giving them back their identities

    Many of the migrants making their way to Europe die during the long and perilous journey. We look at the challenges to identifying those who have died, most of whom have drowned, of putting a name on their gravestones and of informing their families.

    25/05/2016 | VIDEO

  • Migration in Europe - Video series

    These four short videos show how the personnel of European Red Cross Societies keep families together, reunite them when they become separated, and help families recover the bodies of those who die on the journey.

    25/05/2016 | VIDEO

  • How the Red Cross adapt its help in the Balkans

    Many migrants lose touch with their families at some point in their journey. The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement helps them restore contact.

    06/05/2016 | VIDEO

  • Honduras: Families of migrants heal trauma through art

    Every year, tens of thousands of people travel north through Central America in search of a better life. Many are killed or injured. We're helping the families of missing migrants and supporting those who have suffered trauma during the perilous journey.

    27/04/2016 | VIDEO

  • South Sudan: Displaced by conflict, struggling with hunger

    Over two million people in South Sudan have fled their homes because of conflict. Many had to leave with little more than the clothes they were wearing. Now they face a daily struggle to feed themselves and their families.

    11/02/2016 | VIDEO

  • Migrants in Europe: deceased migrants – giving them back their identities

    Many of the migrants making their way to Europe die during the long and perilous journey. In this video: the challenges to identifying deceased persons, most of whom have drowned, putting a name on their gravestones and informing their families. A joint effort of tracing and forensics.

    29/01/2016 | VIDEO

  • Bangladesh: Top award for reuniting families and tracing missing persons

    Monowara Sarker has spent the last 44 years helping people find missing family members when they become separated through war, other violence or migration. In 2015, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement recognized this lifetime commitment by awarding her the Henry Dunant Medal, the Movement’s highest accolade. Ms Sarker is head of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society Tracing Services.

    15/01/2016 | VIDEO

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