How long will Russia still ignore the HIV epidemic?
Reportage in The Guardian
The Guardian In contrast to international trends, "HIV is spreading (in Russia) with increasing speed, with about 95,000 new cases in 2015 compared with 90,000 in 2014, most of them from drug use and heterosexual sex. That represents a much higher per-capita rate than in the UK, for instance, where there were 6,151 new HIV diagnoses in 2014," writes the journal The Guardian in an impressive report. (Photo: Eric Constantineau / flickr)