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Paris City Hall Launches New AIDS Awareness Campaign

February 18, 2003

"We're still dying of AIDS in Paris," says a new message that Paris City Hall is posting around the French capital. The posters, which will begin going up Wednesday, display the message on familiar looking neighborhood street maps that feature a bull's eye showing where one is. But in this case, the sign reads, "You are no longer here." The campaign includes a different map for each of the 20 districts of Paris and is intended to encourage all Parisians to remain vigilant in the AIDS fight. Forty-eight percent of French people with HIV/AIDS live in Paris.

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Associated Press
02.17.03



  
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