Philanthropist Bill Gates speaks during an interview in New York. Gates pitched an optimistic future for the world’s poor and sick in his annual letter, arguing passionately against three myths he said hurt efforts to bring people out of poverty, save lives and improve living conditions. (Jan. 21, 2014)
Philanthropist Bill Gates speaks during an interview in New York. Gates pitched an optimistic future for the world’s poor and sick in his annual letter, arguing passionately against three myths he said hurt efforts to bring people out of poverty, save lives and improve living conditions. (Jan. 21, 2014) Associated Press
Philanthropist Bill Gates speaks during an interview in New York. Gates pitched an optimistic future for the world’s poor and sick in his annual letter, arguing passionately against three myths he said hurt efforts to bring people out of poverty, save lives and improve living conditions. (Jan. 21, 2014) Associated Press

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