Médecins Sans Frontières
Medics said the wounds from an attack that killed at least 70 people and injured 550 outside the Syrian capital were “worse than anything they have seen before.”
Controversy continues to mount following airstrikes that destroyed a Doctors Without Borders hospital in northern Yemen, an attack the Saudi government termed a "mistake," but which Riyadh now denies it had anything to do with.
Special operations analysts reportedly suspected that a Pakistani operative was using the facility as a Taliban control center and to house heavy weapons.
The details of the airstrike on the MSF hospital remain under investigation, but there are a number of details about the airstrike and the process for its approval that are known.
The Pentagon says it will offer payments to the families of civilians who were killed or injured when a US airstrike hit a Doctors Without Borders hospital last week.
The general in charge of coalition forces in Afghanistan once again tweaked the US version of events when he testified before the Senate Armed Forces Committee on Tuesday.
Before an airstrike destroyed the hospital and forced Doctors Without Borders to withdraw from Kunduz, the facility was treating more patients than ever.
Doctors Without Borders says 37 people were seriously wounded in a preventable bombing at a hospital in Kunduz that was full of staff and patients.
Staff on board the ship processed 300 migrants Sunday, as tensions on the Greek holiday island mount over a recent influx of refugees.
The centuries-old disease is crippling communities in one of the world's most untamed wildernesses. Now unmanned aerial vehicles could bring treatment to the country's far-flung reaches.
Freelance journalist Ashoka Mukpo contracted Ebola while working in Liberia. Here, he writes about his experience — and about the experiences of those who weren't as lucky.