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2005-07-30 08:42:13

By Matthew Green TAHOUA, Niger (Reuters) - Malaria and diarrhoea pose a growing threat to Niger's starving children, aid workers said on Saturday, some infants looking desperately weak as they lay in an emergency feeding tent in the northern town of Tahoua.

2005-06-29 13:38:34

By Robert Evans GENEVA (Reuters) - Rich countries' governments and the World Health Organization (WHO) must push for quick moves to ensure that the latest AIDS drugs can reach poorer nations at low cost, the MSF medical charity said on Wednesday.

2005-07-03 02:10:09

By Matthew Green GUIDAN ROUMDJI, Niger (Reuters) - Women cradling starvingchildren at a clinic in Niger this week let slip their solemnexpressions and burst into laughter. The joke: the idea that they might be able to eat meat.

2005-06-27 12:48:56

By Matthew Green PALIANG, Sudan (Reuters) - Sprawled on the ground with hisface pressed into the earth, the boy looked like he mightalready be dead.

2005-06-27 11:32:37

By Matthew Green PALIANG, Sudan (Reuters) - Sprawled on the ground with hisface pressed into the earth, the boy looked like he mightalready be dead.

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2005-06-08 12:18:57

Sixteen Nobel laureates as well as doctors, scientists and charities called on Wednesday for a global plan to develop drugs to treat neglected diseases that are killing millions of the world's poorest people.


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bawbee
  • A coin originally worth six pennies Scots, and later three; held equivalent to an English halfpenny.
  • (in plural) Money; cash.
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