Kabul, 29 September 2015. Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) trauma hospital has been overwhelmed with wounded as heavy fighting between government and opposition forces engulfed Kunduz city on Monday. Since early Monday morning, MSF’s medical teams have treated 171 wounded, including 46 children...
I knew it.
I arrived back here in Khost two days ago and have been busy making my way around the maternity saying ‘as-salamu alaykum’ to all the familiar faces.
Just my luck.
A three-months break and I’m back in Afghanistan! I landed with good sunny weather, early in the morning when the heat had not yet set in.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) condemns the violent intrusion by armed members of Afghan Special Forces in the organisation’s trauma centre in Kunduz, Afghanistan. The incident is an unacceptable breach of International Humanitarian Law, which protects medical services from attacks. On Wednesday 1...
Heavy clashes between Afghan security forces and armed opposition groups in the north-eastern province of Kunduz have led to a surge in wounded arriving at Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) trauma centre in Kunduz city. From 20 to 23 June, MSF’s medical teams treated 77 patients directly wounded in...
“Hey, if you all read or hear news about the demonstration and suicide attack in Khost today, don’t panic.
“This is not your fault, it belongs to Allah. Do not be sad, you try very hard to help him, I know you are good doctor.
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