September 28, 2009

On August 19, two attacks in Baghdad killed 95 people and wounded nearly 600. These two particularly deadly attacks were a startling reminder of the violence borne by the Iraqi people since the start of the war.

May 25, 2005

A year ago, five of our colleagues were murdered in Afghanistan. The consequences of this horrific act haunt us still. MSF is no longer present in Afghanistan – the impunity shown towards those responsible makes it impossible for us to work there, despite clear humanitarian and medical needs.

June 07, 2004

By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

May 09, 2004

As attacks continue, leaflets distributed by US coalition further endanger aid workers. By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director MSF-USA

April 15, 2004

Rony Brauman & Pierre Salignon discuss war and humanitarian aid.

November 09, 2003

In the wake of the attack on the ICRC, MSF's seven international staff in Iraq have relocated to Amman, Jordan, where they will evaluate how to continue MSF's work in Iraq against the background of ever-increasing violence and confusion of roles.

May 05, 2003

MSF is concerned about the impact the escalating war against Iraq will have on those in Iraq and neighboring countries.

February 09, 2003

Pierre Salignon, Program Director for MSF, recently returned from Afghanistan and he discussed the need for ongoing hospital and clinic support in Bamyan, Ghazni, and Zaranj, as well as the urgent need of providing emergency medical relief to the "squatters" of Kabul.

January 14, 2003

Terry is Director of Research at Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Paris. In this Q & A, she discusses the possible negative effects of humanitarian intervention.

December 09, 2002

With world attention focused on a possible US-led war on Iraq, MSF is considering the possible impact that such a war might have on the civilian population of the country. By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director MSF-USA

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