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Johannesburg Sixteen Days of Activism, is also 16 Days of emotional upheaval. I have been sub-editing I Stories women's first-hand accounts of men beating them, raping them, abusing their children and breaking them. Many of these accounts also
It is important to remember that the giant killer still devours many Nigerians...The agency also pointed out that Nigeria was still behind the target in several important indicators: It is estimated 217,148 Nigerians died from the ailment in 2011
Less than a decade later after it was delivered, an American flag was being planted in lunar sand...Nearly 10 million people in poor countries are now receiving treatment that weren't just a decade ago. There's greater awareness and prevention, more
Pahlawan, Semarang; the running track had the shape of a ribbon.
HIV infections in Europe and Central Asia increased by eight percent in 2012 compared to a year earlier, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control announced Wednesday. The rise of 131,000 new cases was driven by a nine-percent increase
University of Johannesburg, gestures as he speaks during an interview in Johannesburg on November 28, 2013. South Africa has been hailed as a model for HIV treatment, but some now fear its very success may be breeding complacency and making people
If you are not infected you are affected.' This is true to each one of us...From Zambia's point of view, the most affected age group has been 15-49-year-olds. Apart from losing many lives, what is worrying the loss from this age group is that this is
New York, is the kind of grey, drab city building that seems like it was dragged, scowling, into the 21 st Century...Inside, next to an older black gentleman blowing his nose and chatting on a cellphone about his boyfriend, a slight Latino man sat
In the more than 30 years of the epidemic, great progress has been made in reducing HIV infections among children...Mary Pat Keiffer keeps track of the number HIV-infected children. Foundation to help lower that number. "We have come a long way...It'
In common with many people diagnosed with HIV in the 1980s, Danny West thought he had just months to live. He became ill, watched friends die and prepared for his own demise at the hands of what was then an unknown virus. Nearly 30 years on, Danny,