Doctors Without Borders
Boko Haram left an estimated 5 million people in Nigeria on the brink of famine
"We will see, I think, a famine unlike any we have ever seen anywhere," United Nations Assistant Secretary-General Toby Lanzer said in Brussels last week.
At Least 700 Migrants Died in the Mediterranean Trying to Get to Europe Last Week
The UN and aid groups say three boats packed with people sank during the busiest week for migrant crossings from Libya to Europe so far this year.
The Yellow Fever Outbreak in Angola Is Bad But Not an International Health Emergency, Yet
The first case of yellow fever turned up in December in Angola's Luanda province, the country's most populous province and home to the capital city of the same name. The virus has since killed nearly 300 people.
US Claims Assault on MSF Afghan Hospital Isn't a War Crime Because It Was an Accident
A US military investigation found that series of human and equipment-related errors led to the attack in Kunduz, which lasted for a full half-hour and killed 42 people before the gunship stopped firing on the hospital.