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Invasive mosquito linked to new malaria outbreaks in Africa

By DW
05 November 2022   |   11:08 am
Researchers have linked an invasive mosquito to recent malaria outbreaks. The species thrives in urban areas and threatens to undo progress in eradicating the disease

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