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Refugees Who Fled Boko Haram Die Of Starvation In Nigeria Camp
By Alexis Akwagyiram and Lanre Ola, Reuters
The medical aid group Doctors Without Borders says hundreds of children are among the dead.
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Inside The Last Refuge For Afghanistan's War Wounded
After U.S. airstrikes destroyed a Kunduz hospital, Afghans must travel for days to reach life-saving treatment.
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Fighting At UN Compound Sheltering Refugees In South Sudan Leaves 18 Dead
By Denis Dumo, Reuters
Two workers from Doctors Without Borders are among the dead.
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Bombing At Doctors Without Borders Clinic In Yemen Kills 4, Group Says
The organization says it is the third severe incident in 3 months.
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War Is Destroying Yemen's Medical System When The Country Needs It Most
"Bombings are a daily reality for Yemenis, even inside hospitals."
Why Bombing a Hospital Is a War Crime
Bombing a hospital, especially with deliberate intent -- apparently at the behest of the Afghan government, which has hated the hospital for treating the injured regardless what side they're on -- is depraved and utterly reckless.
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Will There Be Accountability for Kunduz?
An airstrike on a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan has left at least 19 people dead. Once we discover exactly what happened, will there be genuine accountability for Kunduz?
THE WORLD POST
Medical Crisis In Gaza: Scared Doctors, Crowded Wards And Traumatized Patients
At the last count there were around 2,000 people seeking refuge in the grounds of Shifa hospital. Now the same thing is happening
Haiti Cholera Outbreak: How You Can Help
Save the Children, an organization that has 800 workers in Haiti, is focusing on treating cholera among the most vulnerable
India: Will Pharma, Trade Agreements Shut Down the Pharmacy of the Developing World?
Tido von Schoen-Angerer
Executive Director of Access to Essential Medicines Campaign, ...
India has become "the pharmacy of the developing world." Without affordable Indian generic medicines, millions of lives saved by Doctors Without Borders and other organizations over the past decade would otherwise have been lost.
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'Writing On The Edge' Excerpt: Paradise Lost For Armenian Refugees
"There used to be nearly 100 percent employment here," says a man. "Now it's nearly 100 percent unemployment. Every day there
Green News Report -- February 11, 2010 (Audio)
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio’s nationally syndicated ‘Green News Report’
IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA': Oceans reveal impacts of climate change; EPA reveals danger potential at coal ash ponds; India puts
A Writer, A Doctor, And A New Radical
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