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2012-03-15 12:04:17 Malaria On the Decline - Expert [New Era] Windhoek - Malaria has declined significantly over the past ten years worldwide primarily due to an improved quality of life.

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Tuesday, 08-04-15, 16:39Kerry, Egyptian FM Shoukry in Cairo[State Department] Cairo, Egypt -Secretary of State John Kerry Press Availability with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Hassan Shoukry Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Tuesday, 08-04-15, 16:37Niger's National Day[State Department] Washington, DC -On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of Niger as you celebrate the 55th anniversary of your independence on August 3.
Tuesday, 08-04-15, 16:19Now Obama Must Visit Nigeria[AfricaPlus] The hope that the July 20 meeting between President Barack Obama and President Muhammadu Buhari would heal the rift between their countries concerning the fight against Boko Haram was not fully realized.
Tuesday, 08-04-15, 16:13Knowledge Is Power - Young People Learn About Sexual Health Rights[Key Correspondents] Link Up, a sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) project led by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, has reached more than 500,000 young people since it began in 2013.
Tuesday, 08-04-15, 16:12Obama vs. Dictatorship, Corruption[African Arguments] I had expected President Obama to say some tough things to Africa's rulers at the African Union in Addis Ababa last week but I expected him to make the criticisms discreetly, by inference rather than directly. He didn't.

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