Refugee

Around 60,000 people who are stuck in extremely harsh conditions close to Jordan’s northeastern border with Syria need humanitarian aid to be resumed immediately, and international protection has to be offered, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said Thursday. In the wake of a suicide attack on a...
MSF releases a report on the response to February Malakal PoC attack Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has today released a report into the peacekeeping and humanitarian response following the attack on the Malakal Protection of Citizens (PoC) site on 17-18 February. The...
EU States' dangerous approach to migration places ayslum in jeopardy worldwide Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) announced today that it will no longer take funds from the European Union and Member States, in opposition to their damaging deterrence policies and intensifying attempts to push people and...
Before fleeing the advances of the Islamic State (IS) group, Baroj worked as a specialist nurse in the intensive care unit of Salam hospital in Mosul, northern Iraq.
Ahmad Al Rousan was on MSF’s search and rescue ship Bourbon Argos last week when news came in about three devastating shipwrecks in the Mediterranean.
Australian Robert Onus is the field coordinator for the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) project in Abou Ghraib, Bagdad.
An estimated 100,000 people trapped in Azaz district between the frontline with Islamic State and the Turkish border must be allowed to reach safe haven in Turkey. Europe must also honour its moral and legal commitments by granting asylum to those fleeing from this conflict, said Médecins Sans...
With simultaneous epidemics of meningitis and measles in Niger, teams from Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have been supporting the Ministry of Health in its efforts to bring them under control, while taking steps to prevent cholera spreading from neighbouring Nigeria. The...
Two months after the signing of the deal by the European Union and Turkey, the situation continues to deteriorate for migrants incarcerated on the Greek islands. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reiterates the abject conditions of these incarcerations and calls for the immediate opening of hotspots...
12 May 2016 On 6 May, the Government of Kenya announced a decision that puts the lives of hundreds of thousands of people at risk. Its proposal to close the Dadaab refugee camps would have immediate, devastating and long-lasting consequences for some 325,000 refugees. The Kenyan Principal Secretary...
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