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Feature:

28/01/20

Depression takes a heavy toll on Libyans

… Years of conflict in Libya has left thousands of refugees stranded in detention centres where mental health problems are rife, writes Hazem Badr. …

News:

13/02/19

China opens path to disease via Belt and Road trade route

Malaria and neglected tropical diseases are expected to re-emerge as a result of the ambitious trade initiative.

Editorials:

09/04/18

Universal health coverage depends on solid data

The objective of providing universal health coverage is probably the most vital and ambitious undertaking in history.

News:

22/01/18

African patients more likely to die from surgery

Two per cent of African patients die from surgery compared with the global average of one per cent.

Feature:

12/09/17

The plight of Arab refugee scientists in the diaspora

Researchers fleeing conflict see their careers perish as countries and science institutions fail to give support

News:

14/08/17

Libyans protest at severe water crisis

Infrastructure problems linked to conflict lead to disrupted supply in major cities, protest and informal trade.

Feature:

20/02/17

The locust invasions devastating Niger

In between invasions of desert locusts, other locust species swarm in and destroy crops, causing food insecurity.

Opinion:

02/09/16

Why Africa needs adequate plant surveillance

To tackle devastating crop diseases, Africa should boost regional plant surveillance, writes Mustafa O. Jibrin.

News:

25/08/16

Middle East life expectancy drops due to conflict

After five years of war and political unrest, the region’s health resources are depleted, study finds.

Feature:

13/07/16

Tech for peace: Facts and figures

Giorgia Scaturro examines how phones, drones, satellites and computer games help spot and prevent conflict.

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