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Libyan Newswire
  • South African Doctor On Ebola’s Front Lines

    Medecines Sans Frontiegraveres (MSF) doctor South African Stefan Kruger recently touched down in the eye of the Ebola storm where entire households are being erased from their family trees by the disease. MSF is currently working in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia to combat the spread of Ebola and has […]

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  • بداية جديدة: منصة الرعاية الموصولة لتوفير حلول الهواء الجديدة من شركة ريس ميد لمعالجة اضطراب التنفس أثناء النوم

    – المنصة تعظم من قوة البيانات من التشخيص إلى إشراك المريض لمصلحة جميع الأطراف المعنية في جهة توفير الرعاية سان دييغو، 12 آب / أغسطس، 2014 / بي آر نيوزواير / ایشیانیٹ باکستان — أعلنت شركة “ريس ميد” ResMed(رمزها على مؤشر البورصة والسندات في نيويورك هو  RMD) اليوم عن منصة “حلول الهواء” Air Solutionsالجديدة، وهو […]

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  • A New Beginning: ResMed’s New Air Solutions Connected Care Platform for Treating Sleep-Disordered Breathing

    – Platform Maximizes the Power of Data from Diagnosis to Patient Engagement for the Benefit of All Stakeholders in the Care Continuum SAN DIEGO, Aug. 11, 2014 / PRNewswire / Asianet-Pakistan / – ResMed (NYSE: RMD) today announced Air Solutions, a new forward-thinking connected care solution for treating sleep-disordered breathing that can benefit all stakeholders in […]

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  • Insecurity Forces Aid Workers to Leave

    Libya’s deteriorating security situation has led to an exodus of aid workers and suspension of development programmes, leaving tens of thousands of displaced and vulnerable people relying on skeleton networks manned in part by volunteers. In recent weeks, thousands of families have fled their homes in the cities of Tripoli and Benghazi, following clashes between

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  • Health Sector Collapses in Libya

    The Philippines last Thursday (July 31st) started evacuating 13,000 of its nationals from Libya after a Filipino worker was kidnapped and beheaded in Benghazi and a nurse was raped at a Tripoli hospital. Libya’s health ministry has warned of a complete collapse of the country’s health care system because the security chaos is threatening the

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  • Concerns for Refugees Mount in Strife-Torn Libya

    The U.N. refugee agency says thousands of refugees and asylum seekers in Libya are desperately seeking to leave the country. With nearly 37,000 UNHCR-registered refugees in Tripoli and Benghazi, the agency says many are living in areas heavily damaged by fighting, unable to move to safer areas because of ongoing clashes. “In Tripoli alone, more

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  • Libyan and Tunisian Societies Working Together in Response to Increased Violence in Tripoli and Benghazi [press release]

    The ongoing fighting in regions of Libya is having grave humanitarian consequences within the country and putting pressure on its borders with Tunisia and Egypt. Hostilities have forced large numbers of people, including migrant workers, to leave the country. In the last few days, fierce battles in Benghazi and Tripoli have caused the displacement of

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  • Libya – ICRC Delegate Murdered in Sirte [press release]

    The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) condemns in the gest possible terms the murder of its staff member Michael Greub. The 42-year-old Swiss national, head of the organization’s Misrata sub-delegation, was killed by armed men around midday today in the city of Sirte. “The ICRC vigorously condemns this heinous attack,” said Director-General Yves

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