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With regret, we have come to the decision to pull out of the World Humanitarian Summit. We no longer have any hope that the WHS will address the weaknesses in humanitarian action and emergency response, particularly in conflict areas or epidemic situations.


Dr Joanne Liu, MSF International President, addressed the UN Security Council in support of a council resolution on protection of the medical mission.


MSF acknowledges the U.S. military’s efforts to conduct an investigation into the incident. Today, MSF and other medical care providers on the front lines of armed conflicts continually experience attacks on health facilities that go uninvestigated by parties to the conflict.


OP-Ed: The airstrike on an Aleppo hospital is a wake-up call for the UN


According to hospital staff on the ground, the hospital was destroyed by at least one airstrike which directly hit the building on Wednesday night, reducing it to rubble. Other airstrikes in the neighbourhood also hit areas close to the hospital.


MSF has today delivered a petition of almost 400,000 signatories to GlaxoSmithKline's headquarters in London.


While visiting Dasht-e-Barchi to give birth to her fourth child, 28 year-old Zainab faced a potentially life-threatening postpartum haemorrhage...


MSF announced this weekend that it has resumed search, rescue and medical aid operations in the central Mediterranean Sea and conducted its first operation of 2016.

The MSF team assesses Minami-aso village, Kumamoto prefecture, in the aftermath of the earthquake.

As of 20 April, 103,000 people have been displaced in Kumamoto and around 600 in Oita prefectures.