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24.11.2015

A tribute to the 14 colleagues we lost on the morning of 3 October 2015, in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

23.11.2015

Opinion and Debate: MSF's Head of Mission in Central African Republic discusses the evacuation of NGOs from Bangui and the humanitarian reaction to increased violence.

19.11.2015

Nubia, a three-week-old baby girl, is the first newborn baby known to have beaten the disease.

18.11.2015

After grenade explosions, a mass casualty plan was launched and a second operating room was opened to cope with the influx of patients.

18.11.2015

Overcrowding and substandard living conditions are leading to spikes of disease in Malakal Protection of Civilians Camp.

16.11.2015

Project coordinator Miriam Czech describes what she saw in Haydan city following bombing that destroyed an MSF supported hospital.

Freetown celebrates and reflects as Ebola comes to an end in Sierra Leone.
10.11.2015

The Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, which lasted 17-months and claimed the lives of nearly 4,000 people has been declared over.

06.11.2015

The Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone may be declared over, but caring for the country's 4,051 Ebola survivors remains a big challenge.

05.11.2015

PRESS RELEASE: We have released today an internal document that reviews the 3 October airstrikes by US forces on our hospital in northern Afghanistan

02.11.2015

MSF is working in Sana’a, the capital of Yemen, to help reduce the stigma faced by people living with HIV and improve their access to quality healthcare.

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