April 2000
New York Amsterdam News;04/27/2000, Vol. 91 Issue 17, p2
Takes a look at news outside the United States, for the week ended April 26, 2000. Major summit on accelerating action against malaria in African countries; United Nations Children's Fund's call for immediate action by donors to save lives in drought-stricken Ethiopia.


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