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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Kouassi N’Guessan, Timothée Ouassa, Anna S. Dean, Riccardo Alagna, Guy Damien Adagra, Valeri Ibode, Daniela M. Cirillo, and Jacquemin Kouakou

implemented since 2002, Côte d'Ivoire suffered a civil war from 2002 to 2011. It is possible that disruption to health services during this period may have negatively impacted on the control of TB and facilitated the emergence of resistant strains. Prior to

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Civil War, diarrheal diseases, malaria, typhus fever (typhoid fever, typhus), pneumonitis and pleuritis, sexually transmitted infections, other “miasmatic diseases”, and diphtheria were the diseases that most commonly affected the northern soldiers from

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Hans Kollenda, Hagen Frickmann, Rania Ben Helal, Dorothea Franziska Wiemer, Habiba Naija, Mohamed Sélim El Asli, Melanie Egold, Joachim Jakob Bugert, Susann Handrick, Roman Wölfel, Farouk Barguellil, and Mohamed Ben Moussa

on multidrug-resistance in Gram-negative bacteria in patients from war- and crisis-haunted neighboring Libya [ 1 , 4 – 18 ], the resistance problem in Tunisia started much earlier than the Libyan civil war. As early as in the late 90s of the last

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Hagen Frickmann, Thomas Köller, Ralf Matthias Hagen, Klaus-Peter Ebert, Martin Müller, Werner Wenzel, Renate Gatzer, Ulrich Schotte, Alfred Binder, Romy Skusa, Philipp Warnke, Andreas Podbielski, Christian Rückert, and Bernd Kreikemeyer

colonization rates with multidrug-resistant bacteria were also identified in Syrian civilians who were treated at Israeli hospitals after fleeing the Syrian civil war [ 2 ]. Similar experience was found with Syrian refugees in German hospitals [ 3 – 5

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