U.S. Attaches Strings to AIDS Money



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The United States is requiring AIDS groups that take government funding to adopt an explicit policy opposing the sex trade. The requirement has already prompted Brazil to turn down $40 million in U.S. funds. Groups say the requirement could make it more difficult to work with at-risk groups, such as prostitutes.

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