Zimbabwe’s Association of Healthcare Funders says the number of people seeking medical help has fallen by 50 percent since last year because of rising costs of medications not covered by insurance. Many Zimbabweans are turning to herbal treatments that health analysts warn are not always helpful. But as Columbus Mavhunga reports from Harare, the government says a solution is on the way~VOA NEWS
New protests have broken out in Sudan’s capital — but this time, outside the Sudanese Professionals Association, a labor union which played a central role in negotiating the new power-sharing deal between the military and opposition
The streets of Srinagar were largely deserted on Monday and most schools and shops were closed even though authorities say they were re-opening close to 200 elementary schools in Kashmir’s largest city. Residents are angered over the Indian government’s decision to downgrade the status of the Indian-administered side – Jammu and Kashmir – from a federal state and split into two union territories
A People in America profile of Ranee Ramaswamy who founded the Ragamala Dance Company in Minneapolis. She talks to us about Bharatanatyam, a popular South Indian dance and reflects on how this art form has kept her centered and balanced, both literally and figuratively.
Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and opposition parties formally signed a political agreement this weekend after months of protests. Though many protesters are wary of the compromises made in the deal, the signing was marked by celebrations across the capital
Afghanistan marked it’s 100th Independence Day, but the celebrations were muted by the latest wave of insurgent violence….Opposition party leaders have gathered in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, to discuss their response to a decision by the Indian government to suspend autonomy for Indian-controlled Kashmir