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July 03, 2015

Twenty years after the events that followed the fall of Srebrenica’s Muslim enclave, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is publishing for the first time a case study that explores the organization’s role and internal dilemmas surrounding the massacre of 8,000 people men over the age of 16.

Malaysia, with its booming economy and surrounded largely by poorer nations, attracts high numbers of migrants. Many of them come to find work in construction or agriculture. Others have fled violence and persecution in their home countries, like Myanmar or Indonesia's Aceh province. They often live in a twilight zone, with no official status and no rights to fall back on. They also have difficulty accessing health services.

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