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Sudanese women and children wait for malnutrition care from MSF in Zamzam camp.

Sudan’s humanitarian catastrophe must be addressed

News Apr 12, 2024

story Apr 05, 2024

Six months of siege and bloodshed in Gaza

A group of Palestinians in front of smoke from a building destroyed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza.

story Apr 10, 2024

Sudan: Witnessing a life-and-death emergency on a massive scale

Sudanese refugees on hospital beds in eastern Chad

story Apr 09, 2024

Haiti: "Our health care system is falling apart"

A person rides a motorcycle through fire in Haiti.

News Apr 05, 2024

Ukraine: MSF condemns missile attack on its office in Pokrovsk

ATTACK ON MSF FACILITY - Pokrovsk

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Story | Mar 28, 2024

Eight years in Kirkuk: Hawija’s journey of recovery

Looking back on MSF’s work in war-torn Hawija district, Iraq.

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Anwar Shukr Mahmoud, an MSF patient in Hawija

Story | Dec 14, 2023

A surgeon’s journey from war-torn Baghdad to healing lives in Amman

Dr. Rasheed Fakhri on rebuilding lives—and hope—after two decades of turmoil in Iraq.

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Dr. Rasheed Fakhri, an MSF surgeon, performs surgery with two colleagues in Amman, Jordan.

News | Sep 27, 2023

Iraq: MSF responds to “chaotic scene” after tragic fire in Ninawa

MSF teams have arrived at several health facilities to help hospitals respond to mass casualties.

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White flag with red logo of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) against sunny blue sky

Story | Jul 21, 2022

The migration double standard

International solidarity and support for Ukrainian refugees show humane migration policy is possible. So why are people fleeing other countries treated differently?

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Story | Jul 08, 2022

Iraq: Five years after the battle of Mosul, people still need support

MSF is providing much-needed medical and mental health care as Iraq’s second-largest city recovers.

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The MSF-run hospital in Nablus, West Mosul.

News | Jun 16, 2022

MSF statement on reported airstrike in Iraq

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White flag with red logo of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) against sunny blue sky

Story | Apr 11, 2022

Iraq: Five years after the battle of Mosul, women still struggle to access health care

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Maternal services insufficient in Mosul

Story | Oct 19, 2021

How the ever-expanding 'war on terror' impacts access to health care

New MSF report features the voices of frontline aid workers caught in conflict

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Rubble from war and violence and a flipped over ambulance in Mosul, Iraq

Story | Jul 19, 2021

Iraq: Providing much-needed post-operative care in Mosul

“Patients staying at our facility often tell us that they don’t know what they would have done if we weren’t here."

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Iraq: Providing much-needed post-operative care in Mosul

News | Mar 30, 2021

Without more COVID-19 vaccines, no end in sight to the pandemic in Iraq

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1 year of COVID-19 interventions

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