EU-India Trade Deal Could Cut Medicines Lifeline for People in Developing Countries

Nearly 2,000 People Living with HIV Rally in Streets of Delhi as EU-India Summit Starts

As India and the European Union (EU) meet for a summit in New Delhi today to iron out the differences over a FreeTrade Agreement (FTA), nearly two thousand people living with HIV and the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders protested in the streets of the Indian capital to warn that remaining harmful provisions in the agreement could have a severely negative impact on access to affordable medicine for people in developing countries.

Go here to check out more about the situation and rally in India.

Photo: India 2012 © Syddharth Singh

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