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A young measles patient is treated with zinc ointment at the MSF Nilefa Kiji facility in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

Record-breaking measles cases at MSF facilities in Maiduguri, Nigeria

story Feb 23, 2024

News Feb 22, 2024

MSF to UN Security Council: The people of Gaza need an immediate and sustained ceasefire now

MSF secretary general Christopher Lockyear gives an address at the UN Security Council about Gaza.

story Feb 21, 2024

In Chad, refugees from Sudan cope with limited aid

Children are examined, measured, and weighed inside the MSF clinic in Dogdore camp.

News Feb 21, 2024

Gaza: Israeli forces attack MSF shelter in Al-Mawasi

Damaged interior of MSF's shelter in Al-Mawasi in Khan Younis, Gaza, after an Israeli attack.

News Feb 14, 2024

Ukraine: MSF condemns shelling of two hospitals by Russian military

Damage from shelling to a health facility in Ukraine.

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News | May 10, 2023

What the end of Title 42 means for people seeking safety at the US border

The public health order was exploited to shut out asylum seekers. Its expiration brings new challenges.

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MSF teams witness overwhelming needs of migrants in Mexico’s northern border cities

News | Mar 24, 2023

Biden administration must withdraw proposed asylum rule

The sweeping rule would disqualify most asylum seekers who pass through another country en route to the US southern border.

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MSF supports shelters in Mexico City

News | Mar 24, 2023

MSF public comment on proposed rule to curb asylum in the US

The proposed rule would establish a “presumption of ineligibility” for asylum for most noncitizens who cross the southern border without authorization.

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People walking by a row of grey plastic tents that line a dirt road.

News | Jan 13, 2023

Inhumane migration policies endanger lives at the US-Mexico border

Amid freezing temperatures, some 18,000 people are stranded along Mexico's northern border

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A man walks through the "Senda de Vida" migrant shelter in Reynosa, Mexico, at the US southern border. Hundreds of families relocated to this shelter in May 2022 after a camp that had formed in a public plaza was evacuated and cleared away. At the time, two thousand people were living in the camp, including hundreds of children.

News | Dec 19, 2022

Surge of humanity needed for migrants and refugees

Expansion of Title 42 will lead to more people in need of humanitarian assistance

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MSF teams witness overwhelming needs of migrants in Mexico’s northern border cities

News | Aug 09, 2022

MSF welcomes moves to end Remain in Mexico policy

Biden administration must do more to keep its promises to create a safe and humane asylum system.

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News | Mar 30, 2022

US: MSF looks forward to the end of xenophobic Title 42 policy

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Title 42

News | Jun 17, 2021

MSF urges US to uphold its commitments to refugees and asylum seekers

For World Refugee Day, a call on the Biden administration to protect the health and safety of people forced from home

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MEXICO/USA: NO PROTECTION AT THE BORDER_Guillermo

News | Apr 30, 2021

Open letter to the Biden administration on migration

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Migration and deportation in Reynosa and Matamoros

News | Mar 01, 2021

As US starts processing asylum seekers, thousands of migrants continue to suffer in Mexico

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Increasing activities in Matamoros -covid19
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