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A brutal heatwave is wreaking havoc on the health and livelihoods of India's working poor
Lord Hague says the government is "shallow" and "politically weak" for delaying plans to curb obesity.
The remote workers allegedly aim to help fund Pyongyang's advanced weapons programmes.
The new gadget can help surgeons find and remove cancer that has spread from the breast, say experts.
Ranil Wickremesinghe also said the country's central bank will print money to pay government wages.
Nearly 80% of those who took part in a government survey said they wanted at least one son in their lifetime.
Under the new rules more travel will be permitted to the island and visa processing will speed-up.
Two years after Joe Biden was elected, American voters return to the polls this November.
Abortion providers describe a battle to put out accurate information.
Ukraine's defence ministry says 53 heavily injured fighters were taken to the town of Novoazovsk.
Ukraine says 264 fighters - some badly wounded - have been taken from the Azovstal steelworks.
Turkish President Erdogan accused the Nordic nations of harbouring terrorists wanted by Ankara.
It reverses a decision by his predecessor Donald Trump to withdraw some 700 troops from the country.
Chief executive Parag Agrawal says the firm is confident that less than 5% of users are spam accounts.
Christian leaders in Jerusalem accuse Israel of violating an agreement to uphold religious freedom.
The viral infection is rare and the risk to the public remains very low, experts say.
A helicopter pilot is found guilty of suffocating his British wife - a case that shocked Greece.
The actress has testified against her ex-husband as his lawyers were due to cross-examine her.
The alliance begins one of its largest military exercises, as Finland and Sweden seek to join.
The Policy Exchange think tank wants local NHS to have more power and questions rise in national managers.
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