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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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Attention, World: The Ebola fight isn’t over

Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone / 14.08.15

By Dr Joanne Liu, international president of Médecins Sans Frontières. more...

Yemen: War Crimes and Severe Shortages

Yemen / 11.08.15

By Dr Mégo Terzian, President of Médecins Sans Frontières France. more...

Migration of misery is everyone's problem


While our Prime Minister Tony Abbott claims Australia's boat policy saves lives, in reality it just pushes suffering offshore. For Europe to follow Australia's boat return policy as a solution to the unprecedented human suffering...more...

Many disease deaths are preventable tragedies


As a doctor with Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) I cannot begin to count how many children I have witnessed first-hand die of vaccine preventable diseases. In the developing world, where I work, it is such a...more...

Refugees are not terrorists

Libya, Syria, Italy / 23.02.15

Fear mongering about refugees being ‘terrorists’ is a populist tactic to draw Europe into a conflict that it has in fact never left, writes Jonathan Whittall, Head of Humanitarian Analysis at Médecins Sans Frontières. more...

Syria: From Bad to Worse

Syria / 09.01.15

In 2013 the outlook in Syria was bleak. But the reality is that everything can get worse. In 2014, as the conflict entered its fourth year, the situation has deteriorated even further. more...

‘Double victims’ – in conflict zones, people with HIV are twice as vulnerable


The past decade has seen major improvements in people’s ability to access lifesaving HIV treatments – but if you live in Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan or parts of Yemen, you could be forgiven for thinking nothing...more...

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