Alexa

Aid group worried about 2 workers held in Somalia

 Residents walk outside of the Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders) compound in Mogadishu, Somalia Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011. A disgruntle...
 In this handout photo released by Doctors Without Borders, an undated photo of Indonesian aid worker Andrias Karel Keiluhu is shown. The deaths in Mo...
 In this handout photo released by Doctors Without Borders, an undated photo of Belgian aid worker Philippe Havet is shown. The deaths in Mogadishu of...

Somalia

Residents walk outside of the Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders) compound in Mogadishu, Somalia Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011. A disgruntle...

Belgium Somalia MSF

In this handout photo released by Doctors Without Borders, an undated photo of Indonesian aid worker Andrias Karel Keiluhu is shown. The deaths in Mo...

Belgium Somalia MSF

In this handout photo released by Doctors Without Borders, an undated photo of Belgian aid worker Philippe Havet is shown. The deaths in Mogadishu of...

The director of Belgium's chapter of Doctors Without Borders says he is increasingly concerned about two kidnapped workers being held in Somalia following the shooting deaths of two other workers by a disgruntled employee in Mogadishu.
Christopher Stokes said Saturday that Doctors Without Borders is evaluating whether to maintain its operations in Somalia after the shooting deaths of a Belgian and Indonesian worker at the group's compound in Mogadishu on Thursday.
Stokes said the intent is to try to maintain its operations in Somalia, but that the group is reviewing its ability to do so.
In October two Doctors Without Borders workers were kidnapped from Dadaab, the world's largest refugee camp near the Kenya-Somalia border.


Updated : 2020-12-06 10:15 GMT+08:00