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Breaking News: Link 189


Nations sign historic Paris climate deal 

Is divesting from fossil fuels the best tactic for tackling climate change? 

EU court overturns carbon market free quotas in blow for big polluters 

Can Funders Help Filmmakers Connect With the Public on Climate Change? 

Mary Robinson on climate and development 

Ipaishe’s call to climate action  

The global land rights struggle is intensifying 

Malaria: TDR news and events 

Putting the pieces together for malaria eradication 

Countries on verge of beating malaria face new threat, study says 

Malaria: New research promises to ease access to ASAQ and ASMQ treatment  

WHO says Europe should prepare for Zika virus 

On Zika Preparedness And Response, The US Gets A Failing Grade 

From Ebola to Zika: What we’re learning about global health crises 

What role for DNDi in hepatitis C? 

Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative and Pharco Pharmaceuticals to test affordable hepatitis C regimen with support of Malaysian and Thai governments 

Hepatitis C: Current barriers to treat patients and DNDi’s R&D strategy to address urgent needs 

ViiV Healthcare, Medicines Patent Pool Extend Licence for Dolutegravir to all Lower Middle-Income Countries 

TB Alliance and the Medicines Patent Pool Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Improve Access to TB Medicines in Resource-Limited Nations 

Surprise! Much Work Being Done On Transparency Of Patents On Medicines 

Biolyse Pharma offers to supply enzalutamide (Xtandi) for $3 per pill to Medicare and developing countries 

Medicines Supply Chains in Low and Middle Income Countries: Time to Reconsider Them 

May 10, 2016 UNPO Announces Washington Conference: “Land of Forsaken Voices: The Geopolitics of Justice, Impunity and Human Rights in Balochistan” 

Human Rights Reader 385 

Why Africa’s HIV crisis continues to devastate young women 

Listening to Africa 

Millions saved: new cases of proven success in global health 

Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) 

King’s College, USA: 2nd International Healthcare Management Conference (IHMC) October 11 to 14, 2016 

Two Mega Funders Take Aim at Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Africa 

ATTAC – Aim to Terminate Tobacco And Cancer – Society: Interview

China tops new donor list as poorer countries enter ‘age of choice’ in development finance 

China’s New Foreign NGO Law Is Threatening Vital Advocacy Work 

Vaccine development needs global alliance