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Dozens dead in Syria enclave

Dozens dead in Syria enclave

ARBIN: Air strikes hit Syria’s Eastern Ghouta for a third straight day yesterday, bringing the civilian death toll to nearly 200 as the UN warned…
Abbas goes to the UN to counter US on Jerusalem

Abbas goes to the UN to counter US on Jerusalem

UNITED NATIONS: Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas will urge world powers at the UN Security Council on Tuesday to stand up to the US decision to recognize…
‘Electronic skin’ will help disabled get real sense of touch, feel

‘Electronic skin’ will help disabled get real sense of touch, feel

SAN FRANCISCO: Disabled people with prosthetic limbs will have the full functional sense of touch and feel in the future thanks to Stanford University…

Pesticide traces in three-quarters of French fruit

PARIS: Almost three- quarters of fruit and more than two-fifths of non-organic vegetables contain traces of pesticide in France, with grapes and celery the most affected, a report said yesterday, reports AFP. Samples of 19 fruits and 33 vegetables were studied in the report by Generations Futures, a…

5 officers killed in overnight Sufi protests in Iran

TEHRAN: Iranian police said yesterday the number of security officers killed in overnight protests by a Sufi sect had risen to five, with around 300 people arrested, reports AFP. The demonstrations by the Gonabadi Sufi order, known as dervishes, turned into running clashes with the police in northern…

‘Baby factory’ man wins custody of 13 kids

BANGKOK: A wealthy Japanese man was Tuesday granted “sole parent” rights to 13 children he fathered through Thai surrogate mothers, in a court ruling that paves the way for him to take them in Japan, reports AFP. Mitsutoki Shigeta, 28, became the centre of a “baby factory” scandal…

Hazardous effort to recover bodies from plane crash in Iran

TEHRAN: Iranian rescue teams struggled to recover bodies yesterday from the wreckage of a plane that crashed in hazardous terrain near a mountain peak two days earlier with 66 people on board, reports AFP. “Deep and dangerous crevices in the area of the crash have made it impossible for helicopters…

10 dead in diarrhoea outbreak

MANILA: Ten people, including an 11-month infant, have so far died in a diarrhoea outbreak in Balabac, an island town in Palawan in southern Philippines, health authorities said yesterday, reports Xinhua. Balabac town was hit by a diarrhoea outbreak for nearly two months now, initially downing some…
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