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Tôlanaro

Syphilis outbreak in Tolagnaro. State of Emergency is declared with up to 17.000 people (30% of the sexually active population) being infected. * Ministry of Justice removed the prosecutor and the President of the Tribunal in Fort Dauphin as punishment for their ineffectiveness in prosecuting Sex


Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi

by Corvinus for 12 years based on a forged letter that described him as asking the sultan for forgiveness and for an alliance against Hungary. He was released in 1474 and was soon on his way to Bosnia (Bosnia (region)) with a Hungarian army, where he captured towns and fortresses and impaled 8,000 Turks. Stephen of Moldavia had managed to capture Chilia and Akkerman (Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi) and managed to defend them against the Ottomans at the Battle of Vaslui. The two cousins forged an alliance and in 1476, conquered Wallachia together; however, in December 1476, Vlad Ţepeş died in battle against the Ottomans. Radu had died of syphilis a year earlier (1475).


Grozny

Bernstein with information that resulted in the Watergate scandal. Felt, W. Mark. ''The FBI Pyramid: From the Inside''. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1979. (ISBN 0-399-11904-3) Conscience was a major factor in US Public Health Service officer Peter Buxtun revealing the Tuskegee syphilis experiment to the public. Jones JH. "The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment" in Emanuel EJ et al. ''The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics''. Oxford


Homs

Public Health Service officer Peter Buxtun revealing the Tuskegee syphilis experiment to the public. Jones JH. "The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment" in Emanuel EJ et al. ''The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics''. Oxford University Press. Oxford. 2008. pp. 86–96 at 94. The 2008 attack by the Israeli military on civilian areas of Palestinian (Palestinian territories) Gaza was described as a "stain on the world's conscience". ref


Kinshasa

2008Natur.455..661W Proponents of this dating link the HIV epidemic with the emergence of colonialism and growth of large colonial African cities, leading to social changes, including a higher degree of sexual promiscuity, the spread of prostitution, and the concomitant high frequency of genital ulcer diseases (such as syphilis) in nascent colonial cities.

thought to have been prostitutes, and, as of 1933, around 15% of all residents of the same city were infected by one of the forms of syphilis. The ICC also maintains a liaison office in New York International Criminal Court, January 2007. ''Socorro Flores Liera Head of the Liaison Office to the UN''. Accessed 10 June 2008. ref>

not bring their wives with them. Then, the highly male-biased sex ratio favoured prostitution, which in its turn caused an explosion of GUD (genital ulcer disease) (especially syphilis and chancroid). After the mid-1930s, people's movements were more tightly controlled, and mass surveys and treatments (of arsenicals and other drugs) were organized, and so the GUD incidences started to decline. They declined even further after World War II, because of the heavy use


Anosy Region

in Tolagnaro while working on the QMM projects, filling up all the hotels for the next two years, ruining most of the tourism business in Anosy. *2007 – Major Syphilis outbreak in Toalagnaro. State of Emergency is declared with up to 17.000 people (30% of the sexually active population) being infected. – Port d'Ehoala Port d'Ehoala. is completed and QIT Madagascar


Languedoc

influence of the Italian improvisational Commedia dell'arte, and displayed his talent for mockery. In the course of his travels he met Armand, Prince of Conti, the governor of Languedoc, who became his patron, and named his company after him. This friendship later ended when Conti, having contracted syphilis from a courtesan, attempted to cure himself by reconciling himself with religion. Conti's religious advisor counseled him against maintaining actors and encouraged him to join


Liberia

. and Ex-Hansen's disease patients still struggling with prejudice Japan Times June 7, 2007. Leprosy was once believed to be highly contagious and was treated with mercury (Mercury (element)) — all of which applied to syphilis, which

was first described in 1530. It is now thought that many early cases of leprosy could have been syphilis .syphilis 253277 Syphilis-through-history#ref252973 Syphilis through history Encyclopædia Britannica Henry Clay helped establish and became president in 1816 of the American Colonization Society, a group that wanted to establish a colony for free American blacks in Africa; it founded


Kingston upon Hull

of the Americas and the town's maritime connections are thought to have played a part in the introduction of a virulent strain of syphilis through Hull and on into Europe from the New World.

accessdate 25 February 2013 newspaper The Independent date 24 July 2000 location London archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20111110103058 http: www.independent.co.uk life-style health-and-families health-news english-syphilis-epidemic-predated-european-outbreaks-by-150-years-706243.html archivedate 10 November 2011 thumb left 300px Hull in 1866 (File:Hull1866.jpg) The town prospered during the 16th and early 17th centuries, ref name 'VCHULL' >


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