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World Health Organisation worried as Ebola emerges in urban area
World Health Organisation worried as Ebola emerges in urban area
The World Health Organisation (WHO) released a
South Africa must not repeat Libya’s mistakes with refugees
South Africa must not repeat Libya’s mistakes with refugees
What migrants and refugees are living through in Libya should shock the collective conscience of Europe’s citizens and elected leaders - and give...
​MSF: We don’t care which side you're on. We're here to save your life
​MSF: We don’t care which side you're on. We're here to save your life
We don’t care about stopping wars. We don’t care about which side you fight on. And we even don’t care about the fact that you’re not an...
South Africa, show up Europe’s dirty anti-refugee deal
South Africa, show up Europe’s dirty anti-refugee deal
We are witnessing the greatest displacement of humanity in decades — more than 60 million people forced from their homes by war, misery or...
War crimes swept under the carpet
War crimes swept under the carpet
On the night of September 4 2009, Colonel George Klein of Germany ordered the bombing of two trucks in Kunduz, Afghanistan. More than 100 Afghans –...
Ebola thrives on the scraps of war and blight
Ebola thrives on the scraps of war and blight
Jens Pedersen was making his final rounds for the evening when he encountered the lifeless body of an elderly man, curled up in the foetal position...
Doctors Without Borders quits Somalia after deadly attacks
Doctors Without Borders quits Somalia after deadly attacks
The withdrawal of medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), or Doctors Without Borders, is a blow to government efforts to persuade Somalis and foreign donors that security is improving and a stubborn Islamist insurgency is on the wane....
Burundi's mothers are smiling
Burundi's mothers are smiling
The youngest of Chan­talle Bukuru's six children does not have a name yet but the 17-day-old girl has attitude – her fists swat the...
Overflowing S Sudan refugee camps on the brink
Overflowing S Sudan refugee camps on the brink
Humanitarian workers warn the influx could become a catastrophe.
DRC measures surge in malaria cases
DRC measures surge in malaria cases
Malaria cases have increased dramatically in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), leaving clinics and treatment centres unable to cope,...
It's war on tropical diseases
It's war on tropical diseases
The heads of 13 of the world's biggest drug companies, brought together by Bill Gates, one of the world's richest men, have agreed to donate more...
15 000 Aids victims likely to die in Congo, says MSF
15 000 Aids victims likely to die in Congo, says MSF
Some 15 000 Aids victims in the Democratic Republic of Congo will likely die waiting for lifesaving drugs in the next three years, Médecins...

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