During the evening of May 23 more than one hundred refugees and migrants who had been kidnapped and held captive by human traffickers west of Bani Walid, Libya, managed to escape
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A non-aggressive public request to the Syrian government to grant MSF authorization to work country-wide, including in government-controlled areas.
The Ebola outbreak continues in the Equateur province, with one new laboratory-confirmed case from the city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo.
TB trial aims to find treatment regimens for MDR-TB patients that are shorter, less toxic and more effective than current treatments
The death toll provided this evening by Gaza health authorities—55 dead and 2271 wounded, including 1359 wounded with live ammunition—is staggering.
A series of airstrikes on Monday 7 May by the Saudi and Emirati-led coalition struck near a busy street in the heart of Sana´a, Yemen.
MSF is highly concerned about the fate of around 800 migrants and refugees held in a dangerously overcrowded detention centre in the port city of Zuwara, around 100 kilometres west of Tripoli.
MSF medical staff report receiving patients with devastating injuries of an unusual severity in Gaza
MSF recently distributed 550 hygiene kits and water containers to families who have returned to Mosul’s old city.