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With photography and video by photojournalist Brendan Bannon, MSF brings you the underreported story of hundreds of thousands of Congolese who are fleeing the violent attacks of Ugandan rebel group the Lord's Resistant Army (LRA).

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MSF doctor Sarah Carpenter has volunteered in Angola, Uganda and Darfur. She is featured in the "Making a Difference" series, which profiles Angelenos who have made careers in charitable work.

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Busisiwe Beko, a gregarious community health worker for MSF, set out on foot into Khayelitsha, a vast township of 500,000 people in South Africa, to hunt for one particular ailing young woman.

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"As a soldier in the Kosovo Conflict, I witnessed humans at their most violent and inhumane; yet I also saw humans at their most compassionate and selfless in the form of [MSF]", says singer-songwriter James Blunt, a long-time supporter of MSF.

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Emmanuel Guibert, illustrator of The Photographer, and Juliette Fournot, MSF former head of mission in Afghanistan,  were featured on NPR's 'All Things Considered' program.

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MSF doctor James Maskalyk recounts his six months in Abyei, Sudan, caring for noncombatants trapped in a civil war, first in a popular blog and now in this moving photography book.

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MSNBC's Rachel Maddow interviews illustrator Emmanuel Guibert and former Head of Mission in Afghanistan for Doctors Without Borders Juliette Fournot.

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CNN's Vital Signs visits with an MSF team in Bolivia on the trail of this neglected killer disease.

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Dr. James Maskalyk, author of "Six Months in Sudan", recounts his work with MSF in Sudan, treating malnourished patients and fended off a measles epidemic with limited resources.

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Interview with MSF nurse Donna Canali about a recent spike in violence in war-ravaged Somalia that is causing a refugee crisis.

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