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Destroyed buildings in Gaza, Palestine on December 12, 2023.

United States continues to block Gaza ceasefire efforts at UN Security Council

News Feb 20, 2024

News Feb 14, 2024

Ukraine: MSF condemns shelling of two hospitals by Russian military

Damage from shelling to a health facility in Ukraine.

News Feb 15, 2024

Rafah: More than one million Palestinians in the line of fire

A displaced Palestinian family inside their tent in the southern Gaza town of Rafah’s Al-Shaboura neighborhood.

News Feb 14, 2024

Gaza: MSF condemns Israel’s forced evacuation of Nasser Hospital

Doctors perform surgery on a patient in a dark room at Nasser Hospital in Gaza

News Feb 09, 2024

MSF: Nowhere in Gaza is safe as Israel announces military operation in Rafah

MSF staff talk to patients at Al-Shaboura clinic in Rafah in the south of Gaza.

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Story | Feb 09, 2024

Calais: Young people continue to risk it all for a better future

Desperate conditions in makeshift camps and strict deterrence policies are harming the health of young migrants seeking a better future.

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A group of migrants playing football during MSF mobile clinic activities

Story | Feb 06, 2024

One year after the earthquakes, emotional scars are still raw in Syria

In northwest Syria, earthquake survivors still face the emotional aftermath and damage to infrastructure already weakened by a decade of war.

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A gray concrete building that was damaged by the earthquake with windows blown in and crumbled balconies.

Story | Feb 02, 2024

“Doctors aren’t supposed to bleed," but in Gaza, they do

MSF emergency coordinator Marie-Aure Perreaut Revial bears witness to immense suffering in Gaza’s hospitals.

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Remains of a whiteboard destroyed in a strike on Al-Awda Hospital in Gaza.

Story | Feb 01, 2024

Congo River floods leave families with no means of support

MSF teams respond as floods caused by torrential rains affect thousands in DR Congo.

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A woman looks out from a window during a flood in Democratic Republic of Congo.

Story | Jan 23, 2024

Syria: Mental health crisis looms in Al-Hol camp

People in Al-Hol camp grapple with limited access to water, inadequate sanitation facilities, and a health care system inhibited by restrictive security practices.

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A child draws a sun and mountains on the wall during an art therapy session in Al-Hol camp, northeast Syria.

Story | Jan 18, 2024

Inside one of the busiest migration points in South America

At a key border crossing in Peru, MSF teams witnessed firsthand the dire conditions and experiences that people face while seeking safety across borders.

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Yamilex, a migrant in Tumbes, Peru, with her son.

Story | Jan 12, 2024

My three weeks in Gaza: A surgeon returns with a message

MSF surgeon Dr. Aldo Rodriguez describes the alarming desperation he witnessed in Gaza while providing urgent care for victims of bombings, including children orphaned by the violence.

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A Palestinian man carries an injured child in a blanket near an MSF vehicle in Rafah, Gaza.

News | Jan 12, 2024

Evacuation orders and heavy bombing leave few health care options in Gaza

100 days into the conflict, there are virtually no safe spaces left to provide lifesaving medical services to civilians.

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Palestinians crowded into the streets of Rafah in southern Gaza.

Story | Jan 04, 2024

In Hebron, a picture of life under violence and occupation

The Israel-Gaza war has exacerbated the violence and restrictions that impact Palestinians’ daily lives in the West Bank.

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A Palestinian woman looks out from her window in Hebron, occupied West Bank.

News | Jan 03, 2024

Physiotherapy and mental health support for Ukraine’s war-wounded

A surge in patients with amputations and complex injuries has created a critical need for physiotherapists to provide post-operative rehabilitation care.

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Viktoriia Vantsarovska works as a physiotherapist at the MSF rehabilitation project in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, with war-wounded patients.

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