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Interview with Jane Boggini, MSF nurse and field coordinator, just returned from Zimbabwe where she worked during a major cholera outbreak.

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"There is no fighting in this book. No great warriors are exalted. The story is about those who live on the fringes of war and care for its human detritus. By the end of the book the image or picture of a weapon is distasteful. And if you can achieve this, you have gone a long way to imparting the truth about warfare."

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A new book portrays the journey one photographer took with the group into war-torn Afghanistan. Listen to The World's Clarck Boyd on The Photographer.

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Joke van Peteghem, head of MSF in Kenya, describes the deplorable conditions in Kenyan refugee camps, where thousands of Somalis have fled to.

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Paul McMaster, MSF doctor working at Vavuniya Hospital, describes the situation in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka, where some 50,000 civilians are believed to be trapped in the conflict zone.

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An interview with Lisabeth List, MSF Medical Coordinator in Vavuniya, Sri Lanka, about the 150,000 civilians that have escaped the war zone in northern Sri Lanka where Tamil Tiger rebels are positioned in a standoff against the ethnic Sinhalese government forces.

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The stream of patients arriving at the free clinic run by MSF in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is inundated with trauma cases daily.

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CNN reports on a Doctors Without Borders project in Amman, Jordan, that helps wounded Iraqis.

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The expulsion of foreign aid groups from Sudan's Darfur region amid a meningitis outbreak in some refugee camps could dramatically push up mortality rates, says an MSF aid worker forced to leave the country.

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MSF's Head of Mission in South Africa speaks about the South African government's decision to close a refugee camp, which provides medical care, housing and food to thousands of Zimbabwean refugees.

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