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News Briefing: Zoe’s Ark Children Still in Camp

By Kate Golden on February 8, 2008No Comment
  • The 103 children French aid workers are in jail for trying to kidnap from Chad have not yet been reunited to their families more than three months after the ordeal began.  [Associated Press]
  • Patty Stonesifer would have stepped down from her post as head of the Gates Foundation two years ago if Warren Buffett’s gift had not prompted the Gates to ask her to stay on.  [Associated Press]
  • A World Health Organization report financed by Bloomberg’s Foundation compiles new global data.  [New York Times]
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