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.

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Some 2,500 refugees from Sudan’s troubled South Kordofan state have arrived in the towns of Kodok and Lelo, in Fashoda and Malakal counties in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state, in need of humanitarian assistance.

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A mortality survey released by MSF shows that the majority of people who died fleeing Darfur earlier this year perished as a result of violence.

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MSF is responding to a fresh wave of violence that has broken out in some areas of Sudan's Darfur region along the border with Chad.

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An estimated 100,000 people are in urgent need of lifesaving medical care as violence continues in South Sudan’s Jonglei state.

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Escalating intercommunal clashes have left an unknown number of people dead and injured in South Sudan's Jonglei State.

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More than 20,000 people are largely cut off from aid in South Sudan's Northern Bahr el Ghazal state after fleeing violence in the disputed border region with Sudan's South Darfur state.

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MSF Dr. Deirdre Lynch describes her experience in South Sudan's Batil camp, where MSF provides care to some 38,000 Sudanese refugees.

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Working with Sudan's Ministry of Health, MSF targeted children from six months to 15 years old in Al-Gedaref State.

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Sudanese refugees are stranded at the center of complex political agendas that threaten to worsen their dire situation.

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Civilians have been fleeing the conflict between Sudanese government forces and rebels from the North Sudanese People Liberation Movement (SPLM-North) in Sudan's South Kordofan region since June 2011. The only option for many displaced people is to seek refuge in the camp of Yida, just on the other side of the border in South Sudan. As Yida's population continues to grow, the camp's location has become a source of complex political tensions that increasingly threaten the condition of the refugees.

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