1-29 | In a nightmarish day on the Mediterranean yesterday (28 January, 2018) , 99 survivors from a sinking rubber boat were rescued by the Aquarius, a search and rescue vessel run by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and SOS MEDITERRANEE, but an unknown number of men, women and children are missing, presumed drowned. Two women are confirmed dead. “The scene was devastating, with many urgent medical cases in quick succession.
1-24 | Intense fighting, including airstrikes and ground shelling, has dramatically intensified since mid-December in northern Syria, fuelling one of the largest displacements of people since the war began.
Sulaymaniyah:MSF helping displaced people in Sulaymaniyah recover from trauma, patients' testimonies
1-10 | ©MSF/Sacha Myers “I overthink things, become anxious and I can’t sleep.” Thirty
12-14 | Surveys conducted by MSF in refugee settlement camps in Bangladesh estimate that at least 9,000 Rohingya died in Myanmar, in Rakhine state, between 25 August and 24 September.
Papua New Guinea ：MSF calls on authorities to grant its team access to the asylum seekers and refugees in Manus Island Transit Centres
11-26 | Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) calls on Papua New Guinea (PNG) authorities to give its team access to the asylum seekers and refugees in Manus Transit Centres, to assess their conditions and provide essential medical care as appropriate. On Friday 24 November, PNG police removed the refugees and asylum seekers who remained inside the officially-closed Regional Processing Centre (RPC), in which hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers were still living.