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Médecins Sans Frontières provides healthcare to Syrians crossing into Iraqi Kurdistan

Syrian refugees are crossing the border into Iraqi Kurdistan in huge numbers, with more than 42,300...

Syria: Thousands suffering neurotoxic symptoms treated in hospitals supported by Médecins Sans Frontières

Brussels-Sydney, 24 August 2013 - Three hospitals in Syria's Damascus governorate that are...

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DRC: Unkept promises

During May 2003, Bunia, in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, was the scene of extreme violence. As field teams have provided aid to the ill and war-wounded, they have heard victims’ accounts of massive violations of...

2003

Emergency in Darfur: No relief in sight

After a killing spree from September 2003 until February 2004, there is continued violence and severe aid shortages in Darfur, Sudan. Current relief operations fall dramatically short of the massive needs and will not prevent an...

2004

The trauma of ongoing war in Chechnya

Quantitative assessment of living conditions, and psychosocial and generalhealth status among war displaced in Chechnya and Ingushetia

2004

Act Now (Asia Pacific)

With 23 million cases of malaria annually, the world’s most drug resistant parasites and rising P falciparum (the deadly form of malaria), countries in the Asia Pacific must consider introducing WHO-recommended artemisinin...

2004

Briefing document on the international implications of the US-Australia

A Medecins Sans Frontieres' briefing paper on the international implications of the US-Australia Free Trade Agreement, which calls for the FTA NOT to be passed by the Australian Parliament in its current form. This could have a...

2004
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