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Lake Chad: “The only certainty is that people will remain uprooted and continue to live in fear”

The Lake Chad region has become the epicentre of violence with continued attacks by the Islamic...

In Memoriam: Médecins Sans Frontières colleagues killed in the Kunduz Trauma Centre attack

October 3, 2015 will forever remain a black day in Médecins Sans Frontières’ history. In the early...


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Dev Policy Blog: How the global humanitarian system is failing Yemenis


As the World Humanitarian Summit draws closer, the failures of the global humanitarian system that the summit seeks to revitalise are highlighted more strongly each week in war-torn Yemen, writes Paul McPhun.

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2SER: Afghanistan hospital bombed by US-led NATO forces


Over the weekend, an internationally run civilian hospital in Afghanistan was hit with an hour-long airstrike by US-led NATO forces. Sam Baran spoke to Paul McPhun, Executive Director of MSF Australia about the latest on the...

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Radio New Zealand: Doctors with Borders demand answers over hospital bombing


Doctors without Borders is demanding an independent inquiry into the airstrikes by the American military on their hospital in Afghanistan. Vickie Hawkins is the Executive Director of Doctors Without Borders in the UK.

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ABC The World: MSF calls for independent investigation into Kunduz hospital bombing


Joanne Liu, the international president of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), or Doctors Without Borders, discusses the bombing of the hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan and the necessity for an independent inquiry to be launched into...

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ABC PM: MSF 'outraged' by deadly US-led bombing raid on its hospital


The medical charity, Medecins Sans Frontieres, has demanded an independent probe into an apparent US bombing raid on its hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz. It's killed at least 22 people.

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ABC Law Report: Delivering aid at refugee flashpoints


Médecins Sans Frontières is delivering medical aid to a flood of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, to thousands of migrants on the Mediterranean Sea, and to those who are caught in legal limbo in Europe.

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ABC News: Medecins Sans Frontieres work in war-torn Africa life-changing for Adelaide nurse


Dymphna Halls-Smith may have started her career as a professional musician, but a spur-of-the-moment decision to join the Army Reserves soon whisked her into the heart of war-torn Africa. The Adelaide Hills woman has arrived back...

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Women's Agenda: One woman’s story about serving in Iraq


Kate White is a nurse from Brisbane who just got back from Iraq, where she was she was working with local and Medecins Sans Frontieres staff to set up mobile medical units servicing villages where high numbers of displaced people...

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ABC The World: Asylum seekers 'not in good condition' when rescued


When people are rescued from boats in the Mediterranean, Australian nurse Carol Nagy, who was part of the migrant offshore aid station there, said they were 'not in a good condition'.

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Sydney Morning Herald: A new horizon


A young man trapped on the road to war, 21-year-old Ali dreamt of being a Syrian Jamie Oliver. He was rescued by Medecins Sans Frontieres in the Mediterranean.

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