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In this week's global news, Syria's refugee flow passes 2 million, Dennis Rodman visits Kim Jung Un again, Zimbabwe faces its worst food crisis in four years, plus more.
In honor of World Malaria Day 2013 on April 25, BET.com takes a look at some of the biggest advances in the fight against malaria from the past year.
Would you use an experimental vaccine? Somebody has to.
World Malaria Day, April 25, is a global day of observance on the worldwide effort to provide effective control of malaria.
Extremist group offers to free more than 200 young women and girls.
The disease kills nearly one million people each year, mostly children in Africa.
Rarely seen flash flooding in Sudan has affected more than 300,000 people and killed at least 48, according to a recent bulletin from the World Health Organization.
A rebel takeover in March has threatened the health and safety of more than 100,000 children in Central African Republic, who are now facing sexual abuse and recruitment into armed groups.
In Liberia, fears are mounting about the Ebola virus, which has spread from Guinea.
The ANC is facing backlash over its report about the health of Nelson Mandela; London’s Black police say racism is still rife.