More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: U.N. asks Venezuela to accept humanitarian aid (9/27).

BBC News: Infanticide in Kenya: ‘I was told to kill my disabled baby’ (Soy, 9/27).

CIDRAP News: Report on bodily fluids shows Zika persistence in semen (Soucheray, 9/27).

Devex: PATH partners with WHO in developing its first dedicated digital health strategy (Cheney, 9/28).

Global Health NOW: Michael R. Bloomberg: Millions Don’t Have to Die from NCDs (Simpson, 9/26).

New York Times: Human Rights Council Ratchets Up Pressure on Myanmar (Cumming-Bruce, 9/27).

STAT: Experimental TB vaccine shows promise in clinical trials (Branswell, 9/28).

U.N. News: Donors come to U.N. agency’s aid with extra $118 million to help Palestine refugees (9/27).

U.N. News: Deputy U.N. chief hails ‘political courage’ of Latin American countries ‘to confront and end femicide’ (9/27).

Washington Post: Women serving decades-long prison terms for abortion in El Salvador hope change is coming (Brigida, 9/27).

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