PORT-AU-PRINCE — Doctors Without Borders, or Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in French, has resumed providing medical services at its clinic in Tabarre, two months after an armed invasion caused it to shut down.

"We are pleased to resume all activities and be at the service of the public once again,” Mumuza Muhindo, MSF Head of Mission in Haiti, said in a news release Aug. 28. 

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