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# MSF

Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Death toll in Gaza passes 35,000 as ICJ schedules new hearings in genocide case
Roughly 450,000 people have now been displaced in Rafah since the beginning of last week.
Last month
April 2024
Migration Pact will damage EU's reputation as a human rights defender, experts say
This year
2024
'We are really going in the direction of outsourcing asylum'
Humanitarian aid airdrop kills five people and injures 10 in northern Gaza
Tánaiste blames Israeli occupation for humanitarian crisis in Gaza as EU commits to funding UNRWA
Thousands forced to flee as Israeli forces shell and raid south Gaza's largest hospital
Thousands told to evacuate largest hospital in south Gaza as 9 dead after Israel strikes Lebanon
Lebanon was already in crisis - now it's dealing with thousands fleeing Israel-Hezbollah conflict
The conflict has made it unsafe for civilians on either side of the border to remain in their homes.
Five-year-old girl dies after suspected Israeli tank shell struck NGO shelter in Gaza
Last year
2023
'They're not living, they're surviving': Disease, thirst and hunger threaten displaced Gazans
Medical NGO describes dire conditions in Gaza including 'amputations without adequate anaesthetic'
Hospitals in Gaza on the brink of collapse as power set to run out in matter of hours
Doctor on the front line in Sudan: 'Even ambulances are being turned back'
Ghazali Babiker
All time
Beaches, black marketeers and migrant millionaires - the tragedy of Beirut
'It's absolutely terrifying': Charity workers on the shock and despair faced by displaced Ukrainians
The Explainer: Does global vaccine inequality put us at risk of new Covid variants?
'People die in a surprisingly short amount of time': Call for urgent intervention as war-torn Yemen battles Covid-19
'You're living in a jungle and you have to survive': The reality of life in a refugee camp
'We're showering twice a day': Concerns over 'disastrous' consequences Covid-19 could cause in refugee camps
Mental health of migrants detained under Australian 'offshore processing policy' equivalent to 'victims of torture'
Irish nurse helps deliver baby boy on board rescue ship
'A relentless mass casualty disaster': Medical aid at breaking point in East Ghouta
Now international aid organisation MSF says it had to sack 19 people for harassment last year
Two humanitarian groups suspend migrant rescues due to threats from Libya
Airstrikes or minefields: The deadly choice facing Raqqa’s 300,000 residents
The gift of giving: Ireland's €25 million to this year's worst crises
'How else can I say it? Stop bombing hospitals': Latest Aleppo attack hits city's most vulnerable
29 migrants die in toxic pool of fuel and seawater off coast of Libya
Aleppo has eight hospitals - four have been bombed in the last five days
Premature twins recovering after being rescued from rubber dingy: 'They were so small and so cold'
Charity rejects EU funding in protest at 'shameful' response to migrant crisis
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Charity review finds US attack on MSF hospital "conducted with a purpose to kill and destroy”
Woman gives birth on board migrant boat in the Mediterranean
After patients burn to death in hospital bombing, charity refuses to take US money
The US is struggling to explain how it bombed an MSF hospital and killed 22 people
Obama promises investigation into US hospital airstrike that saw "patients burn to death in their beds"
As many as 20 people killed in alleged US airstrike, including MSF workers
Bombed, embargoed, displaced - life inside war-torn Yemen
Over 10,000 kids dead and no end in sight. Why do we not care?