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French President Emmanuel Macron announces $14billion raised to fight AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis

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French President Emmanuel Macron announces $14billion raised to fight AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis

French President Emmanuel Macron announces $14billion raised to fight AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis

The French President Emmanuel Macron announced that $14billion has been raised to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

Numerous personalities, including Bono, Bill Gates and Emmanuel Macron participate in the world conference to fight against AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.

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