medicins sans frontieres

The medical aid group Doctors Without Borders says hundreds of children are among the dead.
After U.S. airstrikes destroyed a Kunduz hospital, Afghans must travel for days to reach life-saving treatment.
Two workers from Doctors Without Borders are among the dead.
The organization says it is the third severe incident in 3 months.
"Bombings are a daily reality for Yemenis, even inside hospitals."
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.
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?
Gaza is a very dangerous place at the moment. Hospitals and ambulances have been targeted, and medical staff have died. It
Officials are reporting the epidemic may not be as terrible as previously anticipated, but it remains a crucial moment for
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.