6-10 | Afghanistan MSF strongly condemns violence against humanitarian workers and facilities following the attack on an office of International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Jalalabad on 29 May. Central African Republic
5-31 | Nearly half a million Syrians are now refugees in Jordan, making up a third of the 1.5 million people who have fled the conflict in Syria to neighboring countries. More than 100,000 of them live in Zaatari camp, situated in the North of the country, less than 20 km from the Syrian border. Up until last month, one thousand refugees continued to arrive daily at the camp, which has become the largest camp for Syrian refugees in the region.
5-28 | “Sometimes we just want to die. We can’t move. We can’t leave. We can’t fish. We just want to fish.” Man in Myebon township, Rakhine State, Myanmar Nearly a year since deadly inter-ethnic clashes in Rakhine state first broke out, conditions in the displaced persons camps, combined with movement restrictions and ongoing segregation of Rakhine and Muslim communities, are severely impacting on healthcare said Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today.
4-15 | Some 70,000 refugees from Mali are living in difficult conditions in the middle of the Mauritanian desert, with ethnic tensions in northern Mali quashing any hopes of a swift return home. A report released today by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) entitled “Stranded in the desert” calls on aid for organisations urgently to renew efforts to provide for the refugees’ basic needs.
4-11 | The registered number of refugees gathering at the Domeez camp, near the city of Dohuk in the Kurdish region of Iraq, is increasing daily. While 700 to 1,000 newcomers are registering every day, the services provided in the camp remain insufficient to cope with mounting needs. Every day up to 1,000 people cross the border between Syria and the Kurdish region of Iraq. People travel hours across rocky roads to escape from Syria.