The number of deaths in the Central Mediterranean has skyrocketed
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One year since the battle between the Islamic State (IS) group and the Iraqi forces officially ended in Mosul, the health system is still in ruins and struggling to cope as thousands of people continue to return to the city.
At least 220 people died in two separate incidents in the Central Mediterranean over the weekend, bringing the total death toll for this year to nearly 1000
MSF is handing over its medical activities to the eSwatini (Swaziland) Ministry of Health and local service partners after 8 years of service in the Manzini Region.
South Africa becomes the first country in the world to take a bold step of scaling up access to an effective new drug, making MDR-TB treatment more tolerable, and reducing the devastating impact of side effects caused by the injectable agents.
MSF denounces Italy’s closure of its ports to prevent 630 rescued people from disembarking and European governments’ choice of political point-scoring over saving lives at sea.
MSF applauds effort to ‘take off patent blindfold’ and change patent laws to increase access to affordable medicines
Renewed clashes in Leer and Mayendit counties in South Sudan forces population to endure extreme levels of violence, including gang rapes and mass killing