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Palestinian Rival Leader Claims That Arafat Died of AIDS

... comment on Jibril's claim. One senior Palestinian diplomat said Jibril never liked Arafat, so "whatever he says about him is questionable." There is no mention of AIDS in Arafats final medical records. Doctors who examined them in 2005 told The New York Times that the pattern of Arafat's illness was incons...

Bush Isolated on Climate Change Heading into G8

... campaign to $45 billion. He also proposed veteran diplomat Robert Zoellick to replace former Iraq war planner Paul Wolfowitz as the World Bank president. But while European Union leaders have been willing - even eager - to set aside trans-Atlantic divisions over Iraq, ordinary Europeans' view of Bush remai...

Suicide - Aboriginal Communities Take Stock of the Killing Numbers

...an average. Mr. Simon, Canada’s leading aboriginal diplomat and a former president of the Inuit Circumpolar Conference, said, “The numbers speak for the issue; it should be considered an epidemic. It always overshadows the communities, even the healthy communities.” According to experts, the reasons for the...

Diplomat’s Body To Be Exhumed For H5N1 Clue

Exhumation of the body of a British diplomat who died due to Spanish flu in 1919 is likely to c...pital, said that permission from the family of the diplomat has been obtained and the exhumation process will begin in another five months time. Exhumation of...

World Health Organisation Takes a Historic Decision and Approves Treaty to Discourage Smoking

...ssador Luis Felipe Seixas de Corrêa, the Brazilian diplomat who chaired the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body of the FCTC. The 6th round of negotiations, which arrived at the final text, finished on 1 March 2003. The FCTC will be open for signature at WHO headquarters from 16 to 22 June 2003 and thereafter a...

World Health Organisation Takes a Historic Decision and Approves Treaty to Discourage Smoking

...ssador Luis Felipe Seixas de Corrêa, the Brazilian diplomat who chaired the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body of the FCTC. The 6th round of negotiations, which arrived at the final text, finished on 1 March 2003. The FCTC will be open for signature at WHO headquarters from 16 to 22 June 2003 and thereafter a...

World Health Organisation Takes a Historic Decision and Approves Treaty to Discourage Smoking

...ssador Luis Felipe Seixas de Corrêa, the Brazilian diplomat who chaired the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body of the FCTC. The 6th round of negotiations, which arrived at the final text, finished on 1 March 2003. The FCTC will be open for signature at WHO headquarters from 16 to 22 June 2003 and thereafter a...

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