Samantha Maurin, a spokeswoman for the group said in a written statement Friday the five were taken from the house "apparently for questioning."
A Syrian non-governmental organization said an al-Qaida linked organization based in Iraq was behind the abductions, Radio France Internationale said Saturday.
Doctors without Borders operates six hospitals and four clinics in war-torn Syria.
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