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Borgen Magazine: Gene Therapy to Possibly Cure Sickle Cell Disease in Africa (Shores, 11/20).

Borgen Magazine: How World Organizations Fight the Health Crisis in African Countries (Kuzel, 11/19).

Borgen Magazine: How Technology is Advancing Global Healthcare (Hudson, 11/19).

Borgen Magazine: The United States’ Fight Against Locusts in East Africa (Scalora, 11/19).

Devex: Boris Johnson dodges questions on U.K.’s 0.7% aid commitment (Worley, 11/19).

New York Times: The culling of minks in Denmark prompts a political crisis (Erdbrink/Santora, 11/19).

New York Times: An ‘Electrifying’ Economist’s Guide to the Recovery (Gupta, 11/19).

NPR: Long-Lasting Anti-AIDS Meds Eliminate ‘Psychic Toll’ Of Daily Pill (Beaubien, 11/19).

U.N. News: Ensure safe and hygienic sanitation for all, U.N. urges, marking World Toilet Day (11/19).

U.N. News: Heartbreaking stories from refugees fleeing Ethiopia violence (11/19).

U.N. News: In the face of ridicule: one woman’s fight to bring sanitation to a Nepalese village (11/19).

Vice: Poland’s Abortion Ban Is Already Having a Chilling Effect (Hume, 11/19).

VOA News: Aid Sought for Hurricane-ravaged Central America (11/19).

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