40 years of war and poverty create enormous humanitarian need – Red Cross president to RT

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As the UN warns of total collapse in basic services in Afghanistan, with nearly $600mn needed this year to prevent humanitarian catastrophe, RT speaks with Red Cross President Peter Maurer, who is currently in the country.

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