Chicago Tribune: MSF halts most Central African Republic work as government fails to condemn killings
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has suspended all but emergency care in the Central African Republic (CAR) to show its "dismay" at the government's failure to condemn the killing of 16 people at one of its clinics, the medical charity said on Monday.
Three MSF staff were among those killed in an armed robbery at its clinic in the northern town of Boguila on April 26. At least four others were also killed as the attackers approached the town, a former lawmaker for the area said.
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