Africa

    • An infant scale lies broken amid patient records and medical supplies at Leer Hospital in Unity state, South Sudan. Doctors Without Borders says the hospital was vandalized something between the end of January and early February.
    • A vandalized operating table stands in Leer Hospital's surgical theater amid ransacked medical supplies.
    • An aerial shot taken over Leer in Unity state, South Sudan, shows many tukuls burnt to the ground.
    • MSF personnel found medical supplies strewn around Leer Hospital when they returned to assess damages. The hospital opened 25 years ago and served 300,000 people in South Sudan's Unity state.
    • A burnt, damaged operating table at Leer Hospital in Unity state.
    • A girl is treated for burns in the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) clinic set up at the camp for displaced people in the grounds of the United Nations Mission to South Sudan (UNMISS) base in Juba, South Sudan, on January 12, 2014.

    Hospital Looted in South Sudan

    Published February 26, 2014


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