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• Interview: WHO's new emergencies programme
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• Planning for an ageing population
• Preventing interpersonal violence
• Biological outcomes and behavioural risks
• The limits of surveillance. Transmission of Zika virus from 2007-15
• Documenting attacks on health workers and facilities
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