MSF frequently publishes updates, press releases, and other forms of communication about its work in roughly 70 countries around the world. See the list below for the most recent updates or search by location, topic, or year.

Nenna Arnold describes life and work in the field as an MSF nurse.

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Dr. Unni Karunakara, MSF international president, criticizes Somalia's armed groups and civilian leaders for condoning attacks on MSF's staff, which have forced MSF to withdraw from the country.

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MSF's Sophie Delaunay describes how the lack of security assurances in Somalia caused MSF to close its programs in the country.

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The closure of MSF's programs in Somalia follows years of attacks on its staff. This difficult decision will leave many Somalis without medical and humanitarian aid.

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MSF is closing all its medical programs in Somalia due to the repeated killing and abduction of its staff by armed groups with the support or acquiescence of civil authorities.

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MSF today announced the closure of all its programs in Somalia, the result of extreme attacks on its staff.

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The majority of international humanitarian aid is being implemented from the capital city of Damascus and distributed to areas under government control. Aid remains minimal for some seven million Syrians living in opposition-held regions, where conditions continue to worsen. During a donor conference held in late January, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) spoke out about the imbalanced distribution of international aid provided to Syria. MSF teams are providing care for patients in neglected areas and training Syrians to give first aid near the front line.

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An interview from Le Monde in which MSF operations advisor Fabrice Weissman, recently returned from a mission in Syria, details the enormous scope of the medical needs on the ground.

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A year ago today,  Philippe Havet and Andrias Karel Keiluhu were killed while delivering emergency medical assistance in Somalia.

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MSF's Colette Kerr and Nick Lawson speak about the challenges of reaching people in need in the midst of armed conflicts in a panel discussion on "Think Out Loud," an Oregon Public Broadcasting radio program.

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