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ANN ARBOR--Daily marijuana use among the nation's college students is on the rise, surpassing daily cigarette smoking for the first time in 2014. A series of national surveys of U.S. college students, as part of the University of Michigan's Monitoring...
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Tuesday activated its response to a new outbreak of Ebola in the northwest of the country, while the epidemic of the contagious disease continues in the northeast, causing more than 2,200 deaths....
El Salvador is on guard against the maras. After a wave of killings in the country since last Friday, the government headed by Nayib Bukele has instructed the Directorate of Penal Centres to decree a state of maximum emergency...
The coronavirus had claimed the lives of 30,076 people in the United Kingdom until yesterday, according to government data - the National Statistics Office puts the number above 32,000 - making the country the second largest in the world...
The UK recorded 621 deaths from the coronavirus on Saturday, bringing the death toll to 28,131, making the country the second most affected in Europe, behind Italy. While several European countries have already advanced their plans to de-escalate the measures...
The Provincial Court of Duisburg (western Germany) announced on Monday the suspension of the proceedings against three defendants in the 2010 tragedy at the Loveparade, a massive open-air festival in which 21 young people died in a human avalanche...
Government of National Unity (GNA) troops arrived in the centre of Sirte and confirmed their military superiority over the rebel Libyan National Army (LNA), which was forced to retreat. Muammar Qaddafi's home town, 370 kilometres east of the capital, joined...
"Murió por hambre" ("Died of starvation"). A chalk painting, next to a pool of the blood of Charlis Antonino Núñez (29 years old), symbolizes today the social fire that has been unleashed in several points of deep Venezuela. The...
Great Britain is a country where there are more than a thousand daily infections of coronavirus. Despite these alarming figures, the British ignore health recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus. A heat wave has caused thousands of...
China threatened stronger and more restrictive measures against demonstrators in Hong Kong, implementing new security laws with which it hopes to quell the protests. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that the consequences could be severe. "No reasonable person can...