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"… g agricultural laborers by the thousands, health ministers from across the Americas passed a resolution last week formally recognizing the disease as a seriou …"

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"… back an effort by El Salvador to declare the malady a top priority for the Americas. The CDC now says it has devoted “several hundred thousand” dollars to …"

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"… re linked together.The new form of CKD is not officially recognized in the Americas even though kidney disease has killed more people in El Salvador and Nicar …"

"… tral American nations that would have listed CKD as a top priority for the Americas and adopted an official consensus that the Central American epidemic had d …"

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"… d Health Organization and United Nations to battle chronic diseases in the Americas. Even as those nations press for answers, and Costa Rica launches a study, …"

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"… low health ministers to include CKD among the top chronic illnesses in the Americas, a step that could attract U.N. funding for studies. Rodriguez’s propos …"

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"… and subjected Alan Davidson, Google’s director of public policy for the Americas, to the first serious public grilling about the Wi-Spy affair. “The com …"

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"… ased in the tax haven of Saint Kitts and Nevis, the smallest nation in the Americas, and in the tiny Central American tax haven of Belize, and offers degree p …"

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"… ember Rosenthal Alves, director of the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas (which helped found Abraji eight years ago), said in a Knight Center blog …"

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Haiti

By Sarah Fort

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"… for infection.Haitian women have the highest rate of new AIDS cases in the Americas. But while the World Health Organization says that violence against women …"

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"… , the American Red Cross' international services regional director for the Americas.Besides abstinence until marriage, the program emphasizes delaying youths' …"

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"… tarian arm of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA).Since 1960, SCOBA has brought together Orthodox religious leaders …"

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"… ently works in 32 countries — 14 in Africa, nine in Asia and nine in the Americas. The nonprofit Christian humanitarian organization says it currently serve …"

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"… k Road Strategy Act, European Energy Charter and the Free Trade Act of the Americas, as well as annual foreign appropriations bills.Sanctions have been a long …"

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"… ment of retired U.S. Special Forces Col. Bernie McCabe as director for the Americas. His task was "to develop Sandline business, and exploit opportunities for …"

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"… Robin Day pondering on whether uninhibited reporting in Vietnam had led to Americas defeat there, doubted whether a democracy would ever be able to fight a wa …"

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"… r American Press Association, the executive director of Human Rights Watch/Americas, and the vice-president of the Inter American Commission of Human Rights. …"

"… ile jail sentences in criminal defamation cases are relatively rare in the Americas, prosecutions are not. In 1997, the CPJ documented the prosecution of two …"

"… position, argued in his annual report on the state of press freedom in the Americas, presented last month in Washington, D.C., that laws penalizing expression …"

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