Turner, Churches Work to Fight Malaria

Apr 01, 2008 By RACHEL ZOLL, AP Religion Writer

(AP) -- Ted Turner formed a $200 million partnership Tuesday with Lutherans and Methodists to fight malaria, apologizing for his past criticism of religion as he announced the effort.



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