Interview with Patrick Irenge, MSF’s medical coordinator in Bamako, Mali, since September 2017 on the current situation, the impact of violence on the population and how MSF is responding. Go to Source Date: June 20, 2019 at 18:05 Author: https://www.msf.org – catherine.wilson

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Video report on life in Sa’ada, the most bombed governorate of Yemen. With almost a quarter of all recorded coalition air raids since March 2015, the MSF hospital that was bombed in 2015 and reopened in April 2018 had admitted more than 1,500 patients by the end of the year. Go to Source Date: June […]Continue reading

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MSF patients and staff describe life in South Sudan’s Protection of Civilians sites, where relative safety comes at the expense of exposure to life-threatening diseases and undignified living conditions. Go to Source Date: June 20, 2019 at 09:01 Author: https://www.msf.org – catherine.wilson

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Statement | More than 28 years after the end of the 1990–1991 Gulf War, families of missing people in both Kuwait and Iraq still do not know the fate and whereabouts of their relatives. Go to Source Date: June 20, 2019 at 06:04 Author: https://www.icrc.org –

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