Carnage in Tal Al-Sultan camp: States supporting Israel’s military operations are complicit in the massacre of civilians in Rafah, Gaza

On May 26, Israeli forces killed at least 49 Palestinians in airstrikes on a displaced persons camp in Tal Al-Sultan in Rafah, Gaza. More than 180 injured people were taken to a nearby stabilisation point supported by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Two days later, Israel bombed a camp for displaced people in Al-Mawasi, […]

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Sudan: No place is safe from violent fighting in El Fasher as hospital are repeatedly hit

Hospitals hit and death toll soars as violent fighting engulfs El Fasher, Sudan, leaving nowhere safe in the city; MSF calls urgently for protection of civilians, health workers and health structures. The intense, non-stop fighting in El Fasher leaves no safe place for civilians in the city as patients and medical staff are increasingly becoming […]

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Strikes, raids and incursions: Seven months of relentless attacks on healthcare in Palestine

In the last seven months the healthcare system in Gaza has been systematically dismantled. According to OCHA, 24 hospitals in Gaza are now out of service, while 493 health workers have been killed. Each medical centre or humanitarian delivery system has been or is being destroyed, to be replaced by less effective, improvised options. There […]

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Doctors Without Borders announces collaboration with Oddside Arts at Luminato Festival Toronto 2024 

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is delighted to announced a collaboration with Oddside Arts at Luminato Festival Toronto. As part of the Luminato in the Square activities, the two organizations will team up to host an interactive art experience inspired by Oddside Arts’ “Beyond the Soil” project. The experience is designed to bring attention […]

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Gaza: Israel must end its campaign of death and destruction

As the United Nations Security Council meets today after Israel struck tent camps sheltering displaced people in designated “humanitarian zones” in southern Gaza, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) calls for an immediate end to the Rafah offensive and the ongoing atrocities across the Gaza Strip. Israel’s military strategy of repeatedly launching attacks in densely […]

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Rafah: Airstrike shows “complete disregard for the lives of civilians in Gaza”

On the night of May 26, the trauma stabilization point Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) supports in Tal al Sultan, Gaza, recorded 180 wounded patients and 28 dead after Israeli airstrikes hit a camp sheltering displaced people in a designated safe zone. Most of the patients we treated had shrapnel wounds, fractures, traumatic injuries, and […]

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‘What do you carry with you?’

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) conducts search and rescue activities on the Mediterranean Sea to support people in distress who are fleeing crises. We see people from all over the world taking this dangerous journey. While many people flee with only the clothes they have on, some manage to carry small objects with them […]

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DRC: civilians caught in the crossfire in the Kivus

Marie Brun is an emergency coordinator for Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Goma, in the province of North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. She provides an update on the intensification of fighting between several armed groups, including the M23, and the Congolese armed forces since the start of the year, and the consequences […]

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MSF statement on ICJ decision on Rafah offensive

Today’s decision by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordering Israel to halt its offensive on Rafah in southern Gaza and to reopen the Rafah crossing is another confirmation of how catastrophic the situation is and of the desperate need for humanitarian aid to be scaled up immediately. We have been calling for an immediate […]

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Sudan: From bombs to desolate halls, displaced without aid in Zalingei

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are providing medical care at the Zalingei Teaching Hospital in Sudan, and supporting the Ministry of Health with rehabilitation, training and incentives for their staff. In April, MSF teams re-opened the emergency, maternity, inpatient therapeutic feeding center and pediatric departments. As the fighting in Sudan between the Rapid […]

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