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No end in sight: The repeated trauma of displacement for people in Gaza

Since the horrifying war on Gaza, Palestine, began, at least 38,000 Palestinians - more than half of them women and children - have been killed, and 87,000 others have been injured. For those who have managed to survive the relentless onslaught of...

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Gaza: Nasser Hospital at breaking point with influx of patients and critical supply shortages

Jerusalem, 5th July 2024- As the European Gaza Hospital has shut down due to new evacuation orders, Nasser Hospital, the last comprehensive hospital in south Gaza, risks being overwhelmed with mass casualties and wounded patients, warns Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)....

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Statement on the accusations against MSF staff Fadi Al-Wadiya

On the evening of 26 June 2024, the Israeli authorities shared several new posts on social media about Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) staff member Fadi Al-Wadiya, who was killed by Israeli forces on 25 June, accusing him of being involved...

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MSF colleague killed in Gaza City by Israeli forces

The Israeli forces have accused our Palestinian colleague Fadi Al-Wadiya, whom they killed yesterday while on his way to work at the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) clinic in Gaza City, of being a “significant operative” of the Islamic Jihad armed...

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Gaza: “Everything is missing, even the idea of a future”

As the unrelenting horror continues in Gaza, Palestine, our teams in Rafah and the Middle Area are seeing a spectrum of mental health issues among children and adults. Since the beginning of the year, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has provided...

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The latest massacres in Gaza’s Middle Area illustrate the complete dehumanisation of Palestinians

Jerusalem, Barcelona, Brussels, Paris, 11 June 2024 – Since the beginning of June, more than 800 people have been killed and over 2,400 wounded in intense bombing and ground offensives by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip, according to health...

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GAZA: New crossing points and ‘floating dock’ are cosmetic changes, as humanitarian access disintegrates in Gaza, warn aid agencies

Jerusalem, 28 May 2024 – As Israeli attacks intensify on Rafah, the unpredictable trickle of aid into Gaza has created a mirage of improved access while the humanitarian response is in reality on the verge of collapse, warn 20 aid agencies....

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New Bill Proposed by Israel’s Parliament Threatens to Obstruct Humanitarian Aid in Gaza

On 29 May, a bill aimed at designating UNRWA, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, as a terrorist organisation passed a preliminary reading prior to three further readings in Israel’s Parliament, known...

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

On 26 May, 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 Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors...

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Gaza: Israel must end its campaign of death and destruction

Jerusalem, Paris, Brussels, Barcelona, 28 May 2024 - As the United Nations Security Council meets today after Israel struck tent camps sheltering displaced people in designated “humanitarian zones” in southern Gaza, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) calls for an...

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In the shadows of war: Increased violence and restrictions in the West Bank

“We walk for hours to reach the health facilities. Sometimes we use the donkeys to transfer sick people to the hospital or to the clinic,” says Mahmud Mousa Abu Eram, a Palestinian man from Hebron, in the West Bank. “There...

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Gaza: Yet another hospital in Gaza forced to close amid the intensified Israeli offensive in Rafah

The intensification of the onslaught by the Israeli forces in Rafah, Gaza, has forced Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) to stop providing lifesaving care at Rafah Indonesian Field hospital on 12 May. The 22 patients who remained in the...

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