The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is profoundly disturbed by the ongoing fighting in Anbar province, particularly in Fallujah, between the Iraqi security forces and armed groups. The fighting has severely disrupted the flow of food, water, fuel, medical and other supplies to civilians in the city. Hundreds of thousands of civilians are estimated to have fled their homes in Anbar province since hostilities erupted in December 2013. Ramadi, Anbar province, Iraq. Boys stand on debris from the roof of a mosque that collapsed following fighting. @Reuters / A.a “In the past few days alone, more than 35,000 people have been reportedly displaced. A large number of civilians are still trapped inside the city by fighting,” said Patrick Youssef, head of the ICRC delegation in Iraq, who recently went to the area to assess the humanitarian situation. “Supplies of water, food, and other basic […]