Health

A look in Iraq's courtrooms where IS suspects are tried

Jul 9, 2018

Few witness the proceedings as Iraqi courts try suspected IS members, issuing death sentences as a dizzying rate

Egypt media head to justify gag order on hospital coverage

Jul 7, 2018

Egyptian prosecutors have ordered the country's top media regulator to be summoned for questioning over his decision to issue a gag order on corruption allegations made against a children's cancer hospital

Out of the shadows: Rohingya rape survivors' babies arrive

Jul 5, 2018

Rohingya women pregnant from Myanmar military rapes suffer severe stigma; some aborted, others agonized over giving away unloved babies, one stuffed a scarf in her mouth to silence her screams of labor

The Latest: Iran says 230 people poisoned by untreated water

Jul 1, 2018

Iran's semi-official Fars news agency is reporting that 230 people have been poisoned by drinking polluted water in the county's southwest

New Delhi orders construction halt as pollution levels soar

Jun 15, 2018

New Delhi officials have ordered a two-day halt to construction in an attempt to reduce choking pollution that has cloaked the city in smog and dust

Health of ex-Pakistani PM's wife worsens at London hospital

Jun 15, 2018

The health of former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's wife has deteriorated following a cardiac arrest at a hospital in London, where she was undergoing treatment following throat cancer surgery

Officials: Deadly Nipah virus has not spread in south India

May 25, 2018

Indian officials say an outbreak of a deadly virus has not spread to any new areas but issued a series of warnings to people in stricken towns

Dying Indian nurse: "Take care of our children"

May 22, 2018

Officials say a nurse caring for patients infected with a deadly virus has died from the disease during an outbreak in south India

Iran's transgender people face discrimination despite fatwa

May 21, 2018

Iran's transgender people face discrimination, abuse despite being recognized by religious decree

Medical teams sent to south India amid deadly virus outbreak

May 21, 2018

Officials say a deadly virus has killed at least three people in south India, and medical teams have been dispatched to the area amid reports that up to six other people could have died and others are ill

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