Five Years After Slayings Doctors Without Borders Returns to Afghanistan

In 2004, five Medecins Sans Frontieres workers were murdered in Afghanistan, leading the organization to withdraw after more than 24 years of providing basic health care in the country. Doctors with the group have now returned to provide treatment at hospitals in Kabul and the contested Helmand region.
Von Joel Alas
Medecins Sans Frontieres withdrew from Afghanistan in July 2004 after the murder of five of its staff.

Medecins Sans Frontieres withdrew from Afghanistan in July 2004 after the murder of five of its staff.

Foto: EMILIO MORENATTI/ AP
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