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Malaria cases, deaths remain stable in 2021: WHO

GENEVA— The global number of malaria cases and deaths generally remained stable in 2021, thanks to redoubled efforts by affected countries, the World Health Organization…

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Manatee Relative, 700 New Species Now Facing Extinction

Populations of a vulnerable species of marine mammal, numerous species of abalone and a type of Caribbean coral are now threatened with extinction, an international…

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WHO: COVID-19 Sets Back Global Malaria Efforts, Especially in Africa

The COVID-19 pandemic has set global malaria control efforts back, especially in Africa, the World Health Organization says. However, this year’s World Malaria Report says…

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Malaria cases, deaths remain stable in 2021: WHO

GENEVA— The global number of malaria cases and deaths generally remained stable in 2021, thanks to redoubled efforts by affected countries, the World Health Organization…

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Pandemic treaty plans thrashed out at WHO

GENEVA— Negotiators are meeting in Geneva this week to thrash out a pandemic treaty aimed at ensuring the flaws that turned Covid-19 into a global…

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Belgian auction house apologizes after backlash for trying to sell African skulls

BRUSSELS— An auction house in Belgium has rendered an apology after it received backlash for trying to sell three skulls of Africans who were killed…

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Death Toll From Rebels’ Massacre Close to 300, Says DRC

The Democratic Republic of Congo says the civilian death toll from what it calls a massacre by rebels with the March 23 movement, known as…

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Moroccans Celebrate Historic World Cup Win Against Spain

Exuberant Moroccans poured into the streets of their capital and in cities across Europe on Tuesday, waving flags and honking horns to celebrate their national…

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OPEC+ agrees to keep output levels unchanged

  VIENNA— Major oil-producing countries led by Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed to maintain their current output levels in a climate of uncertainty and ahead…

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25,000 Tons of Ukraine Grain Reach East Africa

The first shipment of grain as part of Ukraine’s own initiative to supply countries in need arrived Monday in Djibouti for delivery to neighboring Ethiopia…

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