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New cluster of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The announcement was issued just eight days after the Ministry of Health declared the official end of an Ebola outbreak in Equateur Province, some 2,500 km …

Young people in Latin America still think violence against women is “normal”

The findings of surveys carried out in Bolivia, Cuba, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic show that male violence …

More Americans agree on going green than you might think

While the United States is deeply divided on many issues, there is remarkable consensus on climate change, according to new research. “But the American …

European Commission fines Google €4.34 billion for illegal practices regarding Android

The European Commission has fined Google €4.34 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules. Since 2011, Google has imposed illegal restrictions on Android …

Civilian deaths in Afghanistan hit record high – UN

According to the latest figures released on Sunday by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, known as UNAMA, there were 5,122 civilian casualties (1,692 …

Poll: Immigration and money split U.S. voters

A new poll of voters across the US reveals evidence that Americans distrust the government, feel unable to manage major or long-term expenses, and think that …

One year on from conflict the dream of a better Mosul remains distant for many

One year after Mosul was retaken from ISIS, thousands of people are still unable to return home as parts of the city remain severely damaged and lack running …

Southern California is losing its protective A.M. clouds

Decreasing coastal cloud cover in Southern California increases the chance of bigger and more intense wildfires, research shows. According to the new study, a …

As many as 330,000 displaced by heavy fighting in south-west Syria

A number of civilians are also reported to have been killed in the hostilities and many more injured, said Andrej Mahecic on Tuesday, a spokesperson for the …

Is your state as key to U.S. history as you think?

People in the United States have hugely exaggerated ideas about how much their home states helped to write the nation’s narrative, research on “collective …