Red Cross uses war game for humanitarian communication

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A joint Australian and US military exercise in Queensland aims to create better communication between humanitarian workers and the military in war zones.

The exercise seeks to assists civilians in the middle of conflict and when returning afterwards.

Cities such as the recently reclaimed Mosul City in Iraq where unexploded weapons remain dormant will potentially gain the most from these exercises and save civilian lives.

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Friday, July 21 2017
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Featured in storyYvette Zegenhagen - National Manager of International Humanitarian Law at the Australian Red Cross Dale Potter - Humanitarian Coordinator for Talisman Sabre and senior trainer for RedR Australia
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