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EU States' Dangerous Approach to Migration puts Asylum in Jeopardy Worldwide

MSF Will No Longer Accept Funds from EU Member States and Institutions.


Kunduz: Initial reaction to public release of U.S. military investigative report

The United States military today released its investigative report on the attack on the MSF trauma hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan on 3 October 2015. The attack killed 42 people, including 14 MSF staff members, and wounded dozens more.


Airstrike destroys MSF-supported hospital in Aleppo killing 14

The bombing of the MSF-supported Al Quds hospital in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Wednesday night has killed at least 14 people, including at least two doctors.


Today in Haiti, sanitary and humanitarian needs are huge

In this country where 60% ​​of the population lacks access to healthcare, because of financial inability or distance from health centers, MSF 's presence remains indispensable, 6 years after the earthquake in January 2010.

Balkans, Greece, Italy, Mediterranean Sea, Serbia

In 2015, European policies led to a dramatic worsening the refugee crisis

Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone

End of Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

World Must Learn Lesson for Future Outbreaks, Says MSF.


MSF releases internal review of the Kunduz hospital attack

Reveals the view from inside the hospital before, during & after airstrikes.


MSF hospital destroyed by airstrikes

Airstrikes carried out late last night by the Saudi-led coalition in northern Yemen destroyed a hospital supported by the international medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), MSF announced today.


MSF staff killed and hospital partially destroyed in Kunduz

At 2:10am on Saturday 3 October the Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) Trauma centre in Kunduz was hit several times during sustained bombing and was very badly damaged.

Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone

Ebola: Pushed to the limit and beyond

A critical analysis of the global Ebola response one year into the deadliest outbreak in history.