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U.S. Filmmaker Marston Talks about Migration in Viet Nam

HANOI, Viet Nam — Swallowed cocaine pellets in Colombia and exploding trucks in Iraq may seem a world away from the struggles of rural migrants in Viet Nam, but internationally-acclaimed filmmaker Joshua Marston finds…

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Tbilisi Cancer Centre: Promoting Early Detection and Treatment of Breast and Cervical Cancers in Georgia

TBILISI, Georgia — Dr. George Gabunia is a man with a mission. As director of the Tbilisi Cancer Centre, he is fighting an epidemic of breast and reproductive tract cancers in the country.

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Georgia's Mobile Teams Hit the Road to Improve Reproductive Health and Save Lives

TBILISI, Georgia — Nestled in the rugged snow clad foothills of the Caucasus Mountains in Western Georgia, some 260 kilometres from Tbilisi, is the former resort community of Tskaltubo.

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Liberian 'Baby Mothers' Get New Lease on Life Through UNFPA-Supported NGO

MARGIBI, Liberia — Eyea Mulbah was only 14 years old when the rebels attacked her village, forcing her and her family to flee.

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Portraits of West African Youth

<p align="left"> <strong>GUINEA BISSAU</strong> — <em>Last month, more than 80 youth representatives from 10 West African countries met here for the subregional meeting of the Youth…

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Men Challenge Destructive Concepts of Masculinity in Zimbabwe

HARARE, Zimbabwe — “Men do cry,” reads a poster in the Harare headquarters of Padare – the Men’s Forum on Gender.

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Murder and Mutilation Stalk the Women of Guatemala

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala— Above Guatemala City morgue and forensic medical service, clouds of vultures circle and dip.

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Older People a Resource, Not a Burden, in AIDS Fight

DOI SAKET, Chiang Mai, Thailand — In modern societies where people tend to place products above human relations, older people are often considered a burden.

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Female Medical Teams in Pakistan Reach More Women and Save More Lives than before the Earthquake

MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan</strong> — When the earthquake struck on 8 October 2005, Larmirjan’s house collapsed.

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