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Ukraine: Fighting decreases but medical situation remains dire

Although fighting in eastern Ukraine has reduced since a ceasefire came into effect on 15 February,...

Ebola: Epidemic is not over – key areas still need to be tackled

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa continues, albeit with decreasing intensity. The virus has...

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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.

 

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.

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

01.12.14

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...

Lift the blockade on Gaza

Palestinian Territories / 22.08.14

While Gaza has been devastated by Operation Protective Edge in recent weeks, the ongoing blockade since 2006 has caused its own damage, writes Médecins Sans Frontières France president Dr Mego Terzian.

Epidemic of family violence in PNG requires a coordinated response

Papua New Guinea / 25.11.13

Sayeed Aleemullah Shah, Tari project co-ordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières, writes about the family violence crisis in PNG and the aims of the recent conference in Port Moresby.

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