More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Pakistan official: Gunmen kill policeman guarding polio team (9/25).

CNN: Amnesty International condemns Tanzania’s ‘attack’ on family planning (Adebayo/Odutayo, 9/25).

CNN: Gene editing could eliminate mosquitoes, but is it a good idea? (Nedelman, 9/25).

Daily Monitor: Nodding Syndrome: Experts make major breakthrough (Bagala, 9/25).

Devex: What Europeans think about development (Chadwick, 9/26).

New York Times: Greece’s Biggest Migrant Camp Is a Mental Health Crisis, Aid Groups Say (Kitsantonis et al., 9/25).

NPR: Suicide By Women Is A Major Public Health Concern In India (Thiagarajan, 9/25).

Reuters: Sudan reports outbreak of mosquito-borne Chikungunya disease in eastern state (Abdelaziz, 9/25).

U.N. News: South Sudan: amid security challenges, aid workers delivering ‘against the odds’ (9/25).

VOA News: International Organizations Join Tech Powerhouses to Fight Famine (9/23).

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