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February 14, 2002

Nairobi/New York, February 15, 2002 — A Sudanese health worker from the international medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), 20 year-old James Koang Mar, and four other Sudanese civilians were killed last week when at least three bombs were dropped by the Government of Sudan on the village of Nimne in southern Sudan. An MSF team visited Nimne today and received confirmation of James Koang's death in the attack.

February 12, 2002

Report Released by MSF Debunks Malaria Treatment Myth

February 10, 2002

Medical Supplies and Food Stolen from MSF Offices

February 05, 2002

MSF Analysis Finds Insecurity and Unequal Access to Food at Afghanistan's Largest Camp for Displaced Peoples

Herat/New York, February 6, 2002 — A nutritional survey conducted by the international medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Mazlakh camp, near the Western Afghan city of Herat, shows a severe increase in malnutrition among thousands of internally displaced Afghans living in the camp.

February 03, 2002

Fourth Annual Listing Emphasizes Decreasing Protection for Refugees, the Need for Neglected Disease Treatments, and Ongoing Wars in Congo, Chechnya, and Colombi

 

January 17, 2002

Nutritional Survey Findings Shows Malnourishment in Children Rising

January 15, 2002

MSF Calls Upon UNHCR to Improve Living Conditions of Displaced Chechens in Ingushetia

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