6-17 | Stranded in the desert of Kenya’s northeastern province, surrounded by mile upon mile of sand and scrubby bushes, 30,000 people are living in makeshift shelters under a burning sun. The families – having crossed the border from neighbouring Somalia, 80 km away – are headed for the refugee camps of Dadaab. But the three camps in the Dadaab area are already full, and there is nowhere for them to stay.
5-31 | Libya： Aid for a besieged townIvory Coast： The fear remainsHaiti： The new hospitalHIV / AIDS： A roadmap for the next decade
5-30 | The international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) evacuated its team from the western Libyan city of Zintan on Friday 27 May, following repeated shelling.“The city centre has been shelled every afternoon over the last few days, with several rockets landing just 100 to 200 metres from the hospital,” says Dr Morten ROSTRUP, an intensive care doctor with MSF. Fortunately, no severe casualties occurred.
5-27 | As violence escalates in a refugee camp on the Tunisia-Libya border, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is alarmed about the situation of refugees stranded in temporary camps and exposed to violence.Hundreds of thousands of refugees have passed through Shousha camp since the start of the Libyan conflict, but some 4,000 people – mainly sub-Saharan Africans – cannot be repatriated due to the situation in their country of origin and face an uncertain future.
5-19 | MSF criticises inconsistent European policies claiming to protect civilians by engaging in a war while closing its borders to them An open letter by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) addressed to the leaders of the states of the European Union involved in the war in Libya is being published today in 13 newspapers across Europe*.