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January 02, 2014

Despite the presence of international armed forces in CAR's capital, Bangui, fighting, lynchings and violent attacks remain a daily occurrence as the situaion continues to spiral out of control.

December 27, 2013

The volatile and rapidly evolving security situation in South Sudan is limiting the movement of MSF teams and making it difficult to provide aid to those who need it most.

December 20, 2013

Following footage showing migrants and asylum seekers ordered to strip naked and then be hosed down at a first aid and reception center on the island of Lampedusa, MSF calls for the immediate closure of the facility until conditions can be improved.

December 20, 2013

Following footage showing migrants and asylum seekers ordered to strip naked and then be hosed down at a first aid and reception center on the island of Lampedusa, MSF calls for the immediate closure of the facility until conditions can be improved.

December 18, 2013

Ahead of a crucial high-level meeting on Syria convened by the UN, MSF calls on all parties involved to remove restrictions to the delivery of aid into the country that are costing people their lives and worsening an already miserable situation.

December 17, 2013

Hospitals in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo are overwhelmed with patients injured in an ongoing wave of airstrikes that have already killed more than 100 people.

December 12, 2013

Despite an agreement among United Nations agencies to mobilize further resources in CAR, the UN has until now failed to adequately respond to the grave humanitarian crisis in the country.

December 10, 2013

MSF is calling for increased scale-up of "viral load" HIV treatment monitoring in order to help improve people’s HIV treatment outcomes.

December 09, 2013

After deadly attacks and threats inside hospitals in CAR's capital of Bangui, MSF calls on all parties to the conflict to allow the wounded and sick to safely obtain medical care, and for an end to violence and threats against patients, civilians, and medical staff throughout the country.

December 07, 2013

MSF is expanding activities to continue to treat the wounded and provide health services to about 14,000 people in two of the main sites for displaced people in Bangui following violence on December 5.

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