10-16 | AMSTERDAM/NORTHEAST SYRIA — Following the launch of Turkish military operations and the extremely volatile situation in northeast Syria, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has taken the difficult decision to suspend the majority of its activities and evacuate all its international staff from northeast Syria.
8-16 | What does it take to get essential humanitarian aid to the people who need it?Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders, is an international humanitarian organization that operates in all corners of the globe in countless different contexts. We respond to both widely-known and unseen emergencies in situations of conflict, natural disasters, or disease outbreaks. Every response is unique but most of our interventions have a few crucial ingredients in common.
5-17 | Children are dying from preventable diseases and women are giving birth in unsafe conditions in Al Hol camp, northeastern Syria, after being displaced from areas in Deir Ez Zor governorate where the final battles took place between Islamic State (IS) group and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), says Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF). According to the camp’s authorities, the overcrowded camp now houses some 73,000 people, who are contained inside by local security forces.
5-14 | On 14 May 2018, the Israeli army shot more than 1,300 Palestinians, killing 60 of them, during the weekly protests by the fence between Gaza and Israel.
4-25 | Many expectant mothers experiencing complications in childbirth and parents of sick children are unable to reach medical care in Yemen in a safe and timely manner, often with deadly consequences, a report by Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has found. MSF’s new report, Complicated delivery -- The Yemeni mothers and children dying without medical care, outlines the impact of the war on pregnant women, new mothers and children under fifteen – who are some of the most neglected and vulnerable people in Yemen – as observe