Missile strikes close to MSF teams

A chilling reminder of just how dangerous Lebanon is for the people who live there and for aid workers who try to assist them.

At 2pm a call came in to the MSF Coordination Office in Beirut from the team in Sour (Tyre) in the far south of Lebanon. The coordinator in Sour reported that a missile landed very close to one of MSF's medical teams during an Israeli air strike.

Listen to Christopher Stokes, MSF Head of Mission, discuss the incident with the coordinator from Saida, Ibrahim Younis, and with other staff immediately after receiving the phone call.