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Renewal of Syria Cross-border resolution – MSF Flashquote

The decision of the United Nations Security Council to renew the cross-border aid mechanism from Turkey to Syria is absolutely vital and essential for people in northwest Syria. However, doing so for six months only is insufficient and concerning. A...

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Access to healthcare in northwest Syria at risk over potential last border crossing closure

Out of 4.4 million people living in northwest Syria, 4.1 million need humanitarian aid. More than 60 per cent are internally displaced people (IDPs). They will soon lose access to desperately needed humanitarian and medical aid, unless the UN cross-border...

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Northwest Syria: “Millions of people rely on humanitarian aid to survive”

Muhammad Hassan and his family were displaced to a camp in northwest Syria when their house was destroyed by intense bombing in 2019. Muhammad was severely injured in the leg, forcing him to undergo a difficult surgery requiring the insertion...

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Millions of lives at stake if cross-border aid channels close in Syria

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) calls on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to renew the cross-border resolution (UNSCR 2533), expiring on 10 July, for the provision of humanitarian aid into northwest Syria. More than 4 million people residing in this area,...

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Northeast Syria: MSF forced to evacuate staff due to extreme volatility in the region

AMSTERDAM/NORTHEAST SYRIA - Following the launch of Turkish military operations and the extremely volatile situation in northeast Syria, Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has taken the difficult decision to suspend the majority of our activities and evacuate all our international staff...

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Syria: Beyond trauma injuries, one of Syria’s neglected health needs

Bombing, shelling and fear have escalated over the past months in Idlib governorate (northwest Syria), and nobody escapes the effects entirely. But for some people, additional health issues make life even more challenging.  There are also people willing to make...

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