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28 September 2017 – About 25 million unsafe abortions, accounting for 45 per cent of all abortions, occurred every year from 2010 to 2014 worldwide, with 97 per cent of those unsafe procedures occurring in developing countries in Africa,...
The vaccine developed by BioNTech and Pfizer, which is administered in two doses, will require a third dose after nine months, ideally up to twelve months - at the latest - from the second injection. A new dose will...
The European Commission has launched his new program to incentive mobility across the european borders between researchers. While have a salary in other country is not difficult at all, it can be pretty hard to receive all of your...
Too often, the lack of a computer creates challenges for immigrant families, especially those from low-income backgrounds. Electronic Recycling Association first provided The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth with a donation of 60 computers through their ongoing partnership with...

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Dean Jones, the classic Disney star who goofed his way through such family-friendly movies as The Love Bug and That Darned Cat!, has died. He was 84. He died Tuesday of Parkinson’s disease in Los Angeles, publicist Richard Hoffman said in a...
Egyptian President Abdelfatah al-Sisi demanded a mandate for military intervention in Libya and the country's parliament, after a closed session, granted it late Monday. The plan to send troops to the neighbouring country on the grounds of "defending national...
The coronavirus pandemic has accumulated almost 2.7 million deaths worldwide, after adding more than 10,500 additional fatalities in the last 24 hours, according to the count updated by Johns Hopkins University. The United States remains the country with the highest...
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...
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....
At 2:00 a.m. Miami time, a 12-story building located in the Surfside vacation area collapsed leaving one person officially confirmed dead, although local media already put the death toll at at least 3, 99 missing and 35 people rescued...