This is a roundup of recently shared stories and items from around the web about humanitarian issues or the sector. More for me than anything, to keep up with ongoing crises, situations, and innovation in humanitarianism. And hopefully useful to others out there with similar interests. Please comment back with other important stories you feel should be shared.
Above, UN OCHA reports only 9 percent of aid for South Sudan has been received as the ongoing crisis becomes further exasperated by lack of access to food and water
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Three Muslim youths were killed on their way to a reconciliation soccer match in CAR earlier this week, a horrifying illustration of the challenge citizens face in making peace even when they try.
Russia and China expectedly vetoed a UNSC Resolution to refer possible war crimes in Syria to the ICC earlier this week.
Syria will miss the deadline to eradicate its chemical weapons stockpile by June 30. Additionally, UN staff came under attack on their way to inspect a reported chlorine gas bomb site. All staff were reportedly safe after the attack. 
Despite a UN Resolution demanding all parties in Syria allow for the dissemination of aid, the situation on the ground has only worsened, where "more than 85 percent of food aid and more than 70 percent of medicine going into Syria went to areas controlled by the government”. 
The relationship between the UN and South Sudanese officials has only worsened in recent months, as the UN Mission has accused the army of assaulting two UN staff members. The South Sudan army has since denied any involvement in the incident. 
Nearly 700 people, including 23 dead, have sought treatment for what could be a cholera outbreak in Juba, the capital of South Sudan. 
A reported 40 percent of children under 5 arriving at the border of Cameroon from the Central African Republic are suffering from malnutrition. Many families that are arriving have spent months in the forest trying to escape the conflict.
70,000 platinum miners are entering their 17th week of wage strikes in South Africa. The effects of the strike are being called an unprecedented humanitarian crisis as many workers and their families are only able to live off food handouts and charity. 
Despite criticism of hashtag activism, Vox reports #bringbackourgirls has seemed to make quite a difference. 

This is a roundup of recently shared stories and items from around the web about humanitarian issues or the sector. More for me than anything, to keep up with ongoing crises, situations, and innovation in humanitarianism. And hopefully useful to others out there with similar interests. Please comment back with other important stories you feel should be shared.