Browse the latest stories and reports on MSF from various media outlets.

MSF's Dave Elliott describes the challenges of working as a surgeon in Gogrial, South Sudan.

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MSF's Mery Dongiovanni explains the difficulty of treating those wounded in intercommunal clashes in South Sudan's Jonglei State, where thousands of people are believed to be hiding in fear.

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MSF's Andre Heller speaks on the Denver-based public radio program Colorado Matters about his work with tens of thousands of Sudanese refugees in Yida camp, South Sudan.

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  Armed conflict is continuing in Sudan's South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, and approximately 200,000 refugees have fled to camps in South Sudan since 2011. These refugees face many health problems including malnutrition and respiratory tract infections, according to MSF's Silvia de Weerdt.

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Deane Marchbein, president of Doctors Without Borders, spoke about responding to crises in South Sudan, Libya and Haiti on the public radio program "Conversations with Allan Wolper."

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Kassia Queen, MSF South Sudan head of mission, spoke about the country's refugee crisis on "Africa Today" on KPFA (Berkeley Pacifica Radio affiliate). The interview starts at the 30:50 mark.

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A live BBC report from the Batil refugee camp in South Sudan, featuring an interview with MSF staff on the ground.

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BBC reports from the refugee camps in South Sudan's Maban County, where more than 100,000 Sudanese men, women, and children are seeking sanctuary after fleeing their homeland.

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Soaked by rain yet short on clean water, refugees who have fled from Sudan to South Sudan are dying from diarrhea and other preventable diseases at devastating rates, aid agencies said as they made anguished pleas for more help. 

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Nine children are dying every day from preventable illnesses like diarrhea in an overflowing refugee camp in South Sudan, aid officials said Friday, victims of another internal conflict between Sudan’s Arab-dominated central government and its marginalized people in the hinterland.

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