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Health talk: Be wary of measles, its a deadly disease

More than 140 000 people died of measles in 2018. The overwhelming majority of those who die of measles are from countries with low per capita incomes and weak health infrastructures. Countries that top measles outbreaks in the world include Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Liberia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, DRC, Indonesia and Ivory Coast.

By The NewsDay Aug. 21, 2022

Health talk: Be wary of measles, its a deadly disease

More than 140 000 people died of measles in 2018. The overwhelming majority of those who die of measles are from countries with low per capita incomes and weak health infrastructures. Countries that top measles outbreaks in the world include Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Liberia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, DRC, Indonesia and Ivory Coast.

By The NewsDay Aug. 21, 2022

Drastic action should be taken to contain measles outbreak

While vaccination has drastically reduced global measles deaths, a 73% drop between 2000 and 2018 worldwide, measles is still common in many developing countries, particularly in parts of Africa and Asia. More than 140 000 people died of measles in 2018.

By The NewsDay Aug. 18, 2022

U.S. and Taliban make progress on Afghan reserves, but big gaps remain

A possible model could be the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund, a World Bank-administered fund created to get donations of foreign development assistance to Kabul, the U.S. source added.

By The NewsDay Jul. 26, 2022

HOUGHTON WANTS CHEVRONS TO PLAY WITH FREEDOM

Houghton recently inherited a squad, which has been terribly short of confidence and self-belief after a string of poor results under the mentorship of his predecessor Lalchand Rajput.

By The NewsDay Jul. 10, 2022

HOUGHTON WANTS CHEVRONS TO PLAY WITH FREEDOM

Houghton recently inherited a squad, which has been terribly short of confidence and self-belief after a string of poor results under the mentorship of his predecessor Lalchand Rajput.

By The NewsDay Jul. 10, 2022

Artuz defiant on stay-aways

Artuz deputy secretary-general Munyaradzi Masiiwa said their members were only attending work for two days.

By The NewsDay Jun. 27, 2022

Artuz leader Masaraure up for murder

Reports said Issa, who was in his 20s, died after he had visited friends booked at the hotel.

By The NewsDay Jun. 15, 2022

Zim suffers series defeat

The result, which was rather obvious for long periods in the match, meant Afghanistan clinched the three-match series ahead of the final game on Thursday after winning the opening game last Saturday by 60 runs.

By The NewsDay Jun. 7, 2022