Category Archives: Victim Support

Statement from the European Commission in Brussels on European Day on Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism

Statement from the European Commission Victims of Terrorism – Tenth European Day on Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism Today marks the tenth anniversary of the Madrid train bombings that killed 191 persons and injured at least 1800 people commuting to work. Ten years later, the physical and mental wounds of the victims who survived are […]

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New York Firefighters Expected to Arrive Thursday with Toys for Needy Kids

A group of FDNY firefighters is once again traveling to Jackson County to distribute toys to needy children...File Photo/

By Warren Kulo Gulf Live MOSS POINT, Mississippi — For the past seven years, a group of New York firefighters been traveling to the Mississippi coast and Jackson County to deliver truckloads of toys to needy children. They are en route once again. The firefighters and their cargo are expected to arrive at the Head […]

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Alderman Foundation Conference Significantly Advances Healing of Victims of Terrorism

PR Newswire KAMPALA, Uganda The Peter C. Alderman Foundation (PCAF), a non-profit organization whose mission is to heal the emotional wounds of victims of terrorism and violence in post-conflict countries around the globe, reported that its Sixth Annual PCAF Conference on Psychotrauma: Trauma, Culture and Healing held July 15-18, 2013 here made significant advances in […]

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