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Bridging the divide ; Africa's last hope (04 May 2004)

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Matsu, a remote Taiwanese island, is one of two islands which allows "mini 3-links" with China. But islanders bypass rules set down by both sides. Smuggling is widespread. Thousands of mainlanders have migrated to Matsu. Islanders hope to act as a bridge connecting both sides of the strait. Africa has 80% of the world's AIDS victims. About 6,500 Africans died each day from AIDS. At Homa Bay, Kenya, 35% adults are HIV positive. Examines why millions are dying from the disease that is under control in many countries. Pressure mounts to let poor countries produce generic drugs against AIDS.

Program: 
Inside Story
Publish Date: 
Tuesday, May 4, 2004
Station: 
ATV
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