1. Syrian Exodus (1): The Day My Village was Bombed


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    Many Syrians risk their lives fleeing the war in their country; they pay smugglers to get them to Turkey or Lebanon and then many continue on to Greece. Without jobs or access to medical care, many…

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    • Syria: "A very rare condition..."


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      Dr Jamal has worked as a doctor in Syria for more than 35 years and is now working in one of MSF's hospitals in the north of the country. Here, he describes how the extraordinary circumstances…

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      • From birth to death: An MSF surgeon working in Syria


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        US Surgeon Steve Rubin describes his work in one of MSF's hospitals in northern Syria, where MSF treats common health problems as well as injuries inflicted by the war. Besides the injuries…

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        • Diabetes, shrapnel wounds and newborn twins - an MSF hospital in Syria


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          As the conflict in Syria shows no sign of abating, the number of people in need of urgent medical care increases day by day. Aside from those injured by the war there are countless numbers of people…

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          • MSF Month in Focus: July 2013


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            Visit our projects around the world and see what we really do. This month we focus on HIV patients abandoned in Central African Republic and unmet medical needs in Syria. We see HIV and the exclusion…

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            • Central African Republic: Abandoned to its fate?


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              Three months after Seleka rebels seized power in Central African Republic (CAR), the country is in the grip of a humanitarian emergency while the international community looks on with indifference,…

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              • Malaria: A prevention programme in Mali


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                In Mali, it’s the same scenario every summer: the rainy season arrives, equalling more outbreaks of malaria and more children dying. But in 2012, three letters were enough to change the outcome…

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                • Tuberculosis: New hope on the horizon


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                  The World Health Organisation estimates the number of new multi-resistant tuberculosis cases each year to be 450,000. Yet only a tiny proportion of patients are receiving appropriate care. But at…

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                  • Malnutrition: New approach, new results


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                    In 2012, during a humanitarian intervention on an unprecedented scale, more than 900,000 children living in the Sahel were treated for severe malnutrition - a record for this region. MSF was part…

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                    • Somalia: Among the ruins of Mogadishu


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                      It has become a common sight in Mogadishu: Armed men, everywhere, some of them protecting MSF’s teams. The coastal capital of Somalia has been reduced to ruins. The situation is improving,…

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