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Brazil confirms zica virus link to fetal brain-damage outbreak

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Guinea's last Ebola case, a baby girl, leaves hospital

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Brazil finds Zika virus causes deformities in babies

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Colorado shooting suspect said 'no more baby parts': reports

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Beijing aims to refill medicine chest with 'Made in China' drugs

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Hamstrung by Congress, Obama tries to clinch climate pact

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