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Somalia: No safe place in Mogadishu

While thousands of people flee Mogadishu the humanitarian medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), is gravely concerned about the remaining population in the Somali capital as violence intensifies in the city.
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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) halts activities in Dabaga, Niger.

Monday morning, 22 October, five men, one of whom was armed, attacked a team of MSF workers travelling in two vehicles by road from Agadez to Dabaga, where MSF has been providing medical care at the local health post since the start of October. The assailants seized the vehicles and their contents. Our team of six – one doctor, one nurse, one logistics specialist, one pharmacist and two drivers – made their way to the nearest village on foot and were then able to return to Agadez.
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MSF Warns More Food Will Not Save Malnourished Children

The international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today called for increased and expanded use of nutrient dense ready-to-use food (RUF) to reduce the five million annual deaths worldwide related to malnutrition in children under five. Current food aid, which focuses on fighting hunger, not treating malnutrition, is not doing enough to address the needs of young children most at risk, MSF warned.
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MSF offers relief items and psychosocial support to earthquake survivors in Sumatra,Indonesia

A team of 11 MSF workers from the Emergency Team of MSF is offering relief assistance to the people affected by the earthquakes on Sumatra Island, Indonesia. Each of the two teams is made up of medical, paramedical and logistical personnel, most of them Indonesian. They will be joined soon by an experienced nurse from MSF’s Emergency Unit leaving Europe on Friday evening.
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MSF denied access to somali region of Ethiopia despite worsening humanitarian crisis

Violence and displacement are threatening the lives of the civilian population in Ethiopia’s conflict-affected Somali region, says the medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Despite urgent humanitarian needs, however, two sections of MSF have been denied access to the region. MSF is calling on the Ethiopian authorities to immediately allow its teams to provide assistance to people in the region who are facing an increasingly desperate situation.
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