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NGOs warn Central African Republic faces healthcare meltdown

Two years on from winning its independence, international activists who backed South Sudan's split from Sudan accuse the fledging nation of failing its own people. Next, with just a few weeks to go until Mali's election, the acting leader meets with some of the presidential candidates. Finally, several NGOs are warning that the world has turned its back as the Central African Republican heads for a healthcare meltdown.

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2014-04-23 South African elections

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2014-04-22 Mali

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