More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Philippines: Worst dengue outbreak in years kills over a thousand (Santos, 9/17).

Devex: ‘Assertive authorities’ threaten humanitarian ethics (Mednick, 9/17).

Homeland Preparedness News: European Commission, WHO co-host Global Vaccination Summit to highlight vaccine benefits (Galford, 9/16).

MedPage Today: In 1995, There Was No AIDS Conference — Here’s What Happened in 1994 (Walker, 9/16).

Mosaic: Why is it so hard to stop people dying from snakebite? (Surugue, 9/17).

NPR: Taliban Lift Ban On Red Cross, Pledge To Protect Aid Workers In Afghanistan (Chappell, 9/16).

Reuters: U.N. aid chief says Saudi Arabia to pay $500 million for Yemen aid next week (Nichols, 9/16).

U.N. News: One million facing food shortages, nutrition crisis after Mozambique cyclones: UNICEF (9/16).

Xinhua: South Sudan mulls public health plan amid high alert for Ebola virus (9/16).

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