Ap Exclusive: Global Fund Says Millions Worth Of Donated Malaria Drugs Stolen In Africa

AP Exclusive: Global Fund says millions worth of donated malaria drugs stolen in Africa

LONDON — A global health fund believes millions of dollars worth of its donated malaria drugs have been stolen in recent years — perhaps even hundreds of millions worth — vastly exceeding the levels of theft previously suspected, according to confidential documents obtained by The Associated Press.

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