More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Pakistan launches another vaccination drive against polio (11/12).

Associated Press: Myanmar: Bangladesh set to start repatriating Rohingya (11/11).

Devex: Taking a systems-change approach to ending NTDs (Cheney, 11/12).

The Guardian: Woman who bore rapist’s baby faces 20 years in El Salvador jail (Lakhani, 11/12).

The Guardian: ‘They see no shame’: ‘honor’ killing video shows plight of Syrian women (Carrie/Alomar, 11/12).

Health Policy Watch: First WHO Global Coordination Meeting On NCDs Sets Actions For Future (Saez, 11/7).

New York Times: Afghanistan Is the World’s Polio Capital. These Afghans Hope to Fix That (Abed/Mashal, 11/10).

New York Times: In China, Desperate Patients Smuggle Drugs. Or Make Their Own (Wee, 11/11).

NPR: Why Did Bill Gates Give A Talk With A Jar Of Human Poop By His Side? (Yu, 11/9).

Reuters: China proposes new laws on vaccine management (Goh, 11/11).

U.N. News: Humanitarian aid convoy to Syria’s Rukban camp: Mission Accomplished (11/9).

Washington Post: Fertility rates around the world are declining. Some Trump supporters won’t like the solution (Noack, 11/9).

Xinhua News: Zika virus outbreak under control in western Indian state: official (11/10).

Xinhua News: Kenya to host African forum to review progress towards polio eradication (11/11).

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