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  • Albania Earthquake
    Northwestern Albania was struck by a strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake with an epicenter 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) west-southwest of Mamurras, at 03:54 CET (UTC+1) on 26 November 2019.[5][6] The earthquake lasted 30 seconds and was felt in Albania's capital Tirana, and in places as far away as Taranto and Belgrade,[7] some 370 kilometres (230 mi) northeast of the epicentre. A total of 52 people were killed in the earthquake, with about 3,000 injured. [8][9] It was the second earthquake to strike the region in the space of three months. [10][11] It was the strongest earthquake to hit Albania in more than 40 years, its deadliest earthquake in 99 years and is currently the world's deadliest earthquake in 2019.
  • برنامج نقطة انطلاق
  • Gathering
    The Qatar Red Crescent draws its vision and scope of action from two fundamental principles of the seven international humanitarian works under its umbrella
  • QRCS inaugurates new world-class disaster management center
    Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has inaugurated its new disaster management center, which responds immediately to natural or human-made disasters in any part of the world
  • Relief Album
    The Qatar Red Crescent draws its vision and scope of action from two fundamental principles of the seven international humanitarian works under its umbrella: humanitarian and global. The mission of philanthropy is aimed at the human being everywhere.
  • Warm winter 2018 - 2019
    Warm winter
  • WW19
    WW19
  • The harvest of volunteering
    The harvest of volunteering