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Thursday, September 28, 2006 

Global Challenges HIV/AIDS in Caribbean Is 'Single Greatest Threat' to Region's Security; More U.S. Funding Is Needed, Official Says
[Sep 28, 2006]
Kerrie Symmonds, minister of state for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade in Barbados, on Tuesday at the Fifth Caribbean Chiefs of Mission Conference on HIV/AIDS said HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean "poses the single greatest threat to the region's security," the Caribbean Media Corporation reports (Caribbean Media Corporation, 9/26).

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