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3 Feb 2017
U.s.-based global health non-profit organisation, PATH, is testing a single-use contraceptive injection in Africa. The jab uses the Uniject injection system developed in the 1980s to make injections simpler in the developing world.

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In the second part of her story, Ghanaian medical student Dorcas Djabatey, who was studying in Ukraine before the war broke out, talks about her escape from Sumy, why she feels let down and her future.
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Apple said on Monday it will manufacture its latest iPhone 14 in India, as the tech giant moves some of its production away from China.
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