U.S. hands more control to South Africa in its AIDS fight

PRETORIA (Reuters) – The United States and South Africa are to sign an agreement on funding for an anti-AIDS campaign that is symbolic of Pretoria’s shift from being a pariah to a global player in fighting the disease. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said during a visit to South Africa that Pretoria will begin taking more of the responsibilities for its HIV/AIDS program, part of a broader effort to overhaul the U.S. global plan for AIDS relief launched under former President George W. Bush. …
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