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- MSF staff have been released from detention in Sudan, where they were held overnight at Khartoum police station without justification.
- MSF teams have rescued over 400 people who have fled horrendous conditions in Libya and risked their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea in search of safety.
- An air strike carried out by the Saudi-led coalition on Sa'ada City Remand Prison in the early hours of January 21 has killed at least 82 people and injured 266, according to the Ministry of Health, with the death toll likely to increase as researchers still comb the rubble.
- Iraq's overwhelmed healthcare system remains fragile as COVID-19 continues to threaten the most vulnerable people in the country.
- As cycles of violence return to Ituri province, tens of thousands of people have fled their homes and are living in precarious and dangerous conditions in displacement camps.
- After Typhoon Rai battered the Philippines in December, leaving hundreds of casualties, our teams have begun medical and humanitarian activities in the worst-affected regions.
- Six months after the murder of our three colleagues Maria, Tedros and Yohannes in Tigray, Ethiopia, the full circumstances of, and responsibility for, their killing remains unclear.
- In South Sudan, over 800,000 people have been directly affected by flooding, which has left them in precarious conditions, vulnerable to disease and malnutrition.
- In Chad, malnutrition has become a chronic crisis, due to multiple causes, including poor harvests – linked to climate change – inadequate dietary choices as well as socio-cultural factors.
- Without permission to assist people in need on the Polish border, we have regrettably withdrawn teams from the area.