Germany suspends payments to global health fund


BERLIN (AP) — Germany says it is suspending payments to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria until it gets answers about corruption allegations raised in articles by The Associated Press.

Development Minister Dirk Niebel said in a statement late Tuesday the serious questions raised about the $21.7 billion development fund’s work require a thorough investigation.

The ministry added Wednesday that this year’s pledge to the Geneva-based fund of €200 million ($270 million) will be withheld pending a full investigation.

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