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Al Jazeera: Angola drought: Millions struggle for food (Jamjoon, 5/7).

Borgen Magazine: A Status Update on Tuberculosis in Thailand (Sherrington, 5/7).

HealthDay News: Slowing Climate Change Could Cut Health Costs, Save Money (Preidt, 5/7).

Devex: Rory Stewart: DFID should not play ‘international policeman’ on safeguarding (Edwards, 5/8).

Devex: In response to critical report, CDC lays out changes in its work (Saldinger, 5/8).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Missing wombs: the health scandal enslaving families in rural India (Srivastava, 5/7).

Vox: Our antibiotics are becoming useless (Samuel, 5/7).

Xinhua News: Chinese hospital offers free cervical cancer treatment to Zimbabwean women (5/7).

Xinhua News: Research reverses drug-resistant tuberculosis (5/8).

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