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High Rents, No Registration or Protection and Lack of Medical Care Among Worrying Findings of Survey

New York/Kukes, Albania, May 18, 1999 — Many Kosovar refugees in northern Albania are not receiving adequate international aid because they are housed in host families. They are fast running out of money to pay for food and shelter and have no access to basic medical care.

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New York/Paris, April 30, 1999 — The ongoing forced deportation of the Albanian population of Kosovo is planned, systematic, and constitutes a crime against humanity, according to a report issued today by the international medical relief agency Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).

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MSF calls on Mrs. Sadako Ogata to Take Action

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New York, April 5, 1999 — The international medical relief agency Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) appealed to the Macedonian authorities today to grant aid agencies unhindered access to the refugees stranded on the border with Kosovo. The sanitary and medical conditions on the ground have deteriorated considerably over the last few days.

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Refugee Influx Mounts

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Last Medical Team Withdraws to Belgrade

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Medical Supplies Burned as Thousands Hide in Forests

Brussels/New York, October 9, 1998 — At a press conference in Brussels today, the international medical relief agency Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) voiced concern for the thousands of people in Kosovo facing a cold winter with few supplies and too little access to medical care.

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Wounded Have No Access to Medical Care

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Brussels/New York, August 6, 1998 — On Tuesday, August 4, a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) mobile team went to meet populations who fled to the hills surrounding Nekovce, central Kosovo. Several thousand people are hiding in extremely difficult conditions. During the day temperatures rise up to 100°F, and without shelter and very little food or drinking water, MSF fears that this situation could become fatal to the most vulnerable group-the children.

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