epa00584427 HIV-positive AIDS orphans line up to receive an anti-HIV tablets in Mercy centre, Bangkok, Thailand, Friday 25 November 2005. In Thailand, mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS already infected 30,000 children, resulting 7,500 AIDS cases in children. AIDS killed more than 3.1 million people in 2005, with about 18 percent of them are children under the age of 15, according to UNAIDS. World AIDS Day is marked worldwide annually on 1 December to raise awareness by remembering the millions of people living with HIV or suffering because of AIDS. EPA/RUNGROJ YONGRIT
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