0532 GMT February 24, 2018
UNAIDS deputy chief to step down after sex assault accusation
The deputy head of the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Luiz Loures, says he will not seek to renew his term in office although he was cleared of a sexual harassment allegation.
Heavy snow halts search for victims of Iran plane crash
Heavy snow and hazardous mountain conditions forced teams to suspend their search operation for the victims of a tragic passenger plane crash in Iran’s southwest.
Funeral held for police victims of Tehran attacks
Iranian mourners held a funeral ceremony for the police forces who lost their lives during clashes between the security forces and members of the Gonabadi Dervishes on Monday.
More than a third of doctors felt burnt out in Cleveland Clinic survey
More than one out of three physicians assessed in the Cleveland Clinic Health System suffered from mental, emotional and physical exhaustion, said study author Amy Windover, a clinical psychologist with the Cleveland Clinic.
Sacked pregnant worker loses European court case
The EU's top court has ruled that firms can dismiss pregnant workers as part of general staff cuts, despite legal protections for pregnant women.
Turkey’s overall divorce rate stands at 3.7%
Turkey has an overall divorce rate of 3.7 percent, with 62.2 percent of the population married, according to a 2017 data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat).
Women earn up to 43% less at Barclays
Female employees earn up to 43.5 percent less at Barclays than men, according to gender pay gap figures it has submitted to the government.
Who’re making money off US mass shootings?
The US firearm and ammunition industry generates annual revenue of $13.5 billion and is selling millions of guns annually in a country where more than 30,000 people die every year due to gun violence.
Iranians mourn martyrdom of police officers killed in north Tehran attacks
Iranian mourners have held a funeral ceremony for the police forces who lost their lives in a recent wave of attacks by members of a Dervish cult in northern Tehran.
Charity market held in Japan to help Iran’s quake-hit people
A charity market was held at the residence of Iran’s ambassador to Tokyo to help victims of earthquake in the province of Kermanshah, western Iran.
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