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Norwegian aid worker recovers from Ebola

Today medical doctor and Médecins Sans Frontières field worker Silje Lehne Michalsen was discharged...

Hundreds wounded after market bombed in besieged Damascus suburb

The bombing of a crowded market on 9 October in a besieged suburb of Syria’s capital, Damascus,...

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Photos: Preventing Malaria in Mali

Médecins Sans Frontières is carrying out chemopreventive treatment for malaria in 16 health areas of Ansongo, in the north of Mali.

21/10/2014 Mali

Amidst the ruins in Gaza

After 50 days of "Operation Protective Edge", a ceasefire was declared on 26 August in Gaza. In addition to the material destruction, the death toll was particularly heavy with more than 2,000 casualties, one-quarter of which...

17/09/2014 Palestinian Territories

Myanmar: Improved treatment for AIDS-related blindness

For the first time in Myanmar, patients have begun receiving oral treatment for Cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis, a neglected opportunistic disease linked to HIV/AIDS which can cause permanent blindness. Although this drug has...

31/07/2014 Myanmar (Burma)

Gaza: A night in Al Shifa hospital

22 July, 8 am: The Médecins Sans Frontières team is returning from Al Shifa hospital, in the centre of Gaza City. Throughout the night, the wounded have been streaming into the emergency department – many of them patients...

24/07/2014 Palestinian Territories

Photo Story: Alarming malnutrition rates in Leer, South Sudan

Alarming malnutrition rates are being recorded in parts of South Sudan. In Leer, a town nestled in the swampy marshlands that surround the White Nile river, Médecins Sans Frontières is seeing this problem first hand.

15/07/2014 South Sudan
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