Taiwan may have missed critical support from African countries in its latest bid to rejoin the World Health Organisation’s decision-making body as an observer, but one tiny nation stood by its long-time ally.The southern African nation eSwatini – which dropped its colonial-era name of Swaziland two years ago – was among 14 countries which expressed support for the self-ruled island to participate in the World Health Assembly on Monday. The country devoted most of its speech to the virtual…


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