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15 Aug 2019
Tina Adesina is a Senior Public Health Specialist and Data Monitoring Coordinator at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), United States, Nigeria Programme. She said people needed to be more informed and aware of their hepatitis status and get vaccinated. NKECHI ONYEDIKA-UGOEZE writes. Excerpts
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US President Donald Trump was hit with new accusations of racism Saturday after he attacked a prominent African-American lawmaker and branded the majority-black city of Baltimore an "infested mess."
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A Baltimore police officer was acquitted Monday of assault and all other charges in the case of Freddie Gray, an African American who died in custody last year, sparking riots and fueling debate about US police brutality.

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