A Somali reporter shot by unknown gunmen last week has died from his wounds, colleagues said Monday.

Five dead in Uganda due to killer disease

Police shot Striking mineworker in Rustenburg to dead

Armed rebel groups Hinders the fight against cholera in Nyamilima.

Guinea government still remain voiceless on the culprits of September, 28 massacre

Professor Gottlieb honored by Queen Elizabeth II

The Global Fund Welcomes U.S. Budget Allocation of US$1.05 billion for 2011

Cameroon establishes its own generic drug production unit

Swine/H1N1 Flu boosts African influenza surveillance

National Leaders Address Black Press of America at Annual Conference

Ugandans flee village as several people die

W.H.O. Lauded for Supporting Amalgam ’Phase Down,’ Ban on Mercury in Skin Cosmetics as Treaty Negotiations Start in Stockholm

Nigeria: A matter of gold and death

Nigeria President lauds Bill and Melinda Gates’ anti-polio campaign

Access to HIV/AIDS drugs: A crisis in waiting

Economic melt down excuse raises HIV/AIDS fears

Southern Sudan HIV/AIDS infections on the rise

Living and Learning With Arthritis

South Africa’s Life, Above All at Cannes Film Festival

15,000 British women strip for a cause

Zambian politicians at each other’s throats over HIV and Heart tests

South Africa Becomes First Government to Use the Pool for Open Innovation to Stimulate Neglected Disease Drug Research and Development

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and Ad Council Report Increase in Awareness of Lupus Among Women

Innovation in Uganda: Professional Development that Makes a Difference

Racial Disparities Evident in Taking Sexual Histories in Emergency Departments

World takes a stand against genital mutilation

Blog Contest Offers Graduate Students the Chance to Win a Trip to Zambia

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