Senior doctors are calling for graphic images of injuries to be displayed on firework packaging.
Firework packaging should show graphic injuries, doctors say
Suicides by Japanese youth reached a 30-year-high, the the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology said on Monday, even as overall suicide numbers have steadily declined over the past 15 years.
Survey: Japan's youth suicides hit 30-year high
Too many graduates in England are being left with big debts for too little payback, MPs are warning.
Too many students left with debts for 'too little payback'
Australia announced on Monday that it was extending working holiday visas to allow young travelers to stay longer in the country to help meet a shortage of farm laborers.
Australia extends 'backpacker visas' to ease farm worker shortage
A New Zealand fisherman rescued an 18-month-old boy from the ocean, in an incident described as a ‘freakish miracle’.
NZ fisherman rescues 18-month baby from ocean
Constant changes in Australia’s government have convinced the country’s power companies that its political leaders will never craft a coherent and long-lasting national energy policy that is needed to keep the lights on.
Wanted: An Australian energy policy to kickstart A$25 billion of investment
Depression has been at the root of suicide in Phoenix, an Indian township, northwest of central Durban in South Africa, with an estimated 15 teenagers ending their lives over the past 10 months.
Teen suicide toll of 15 in South Africa’s Phoenix
Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman goes on trial in New York today, accused of running the world's biggest drug cartel and spending a quarter of a century smuggling more than 155 tons of cocaine into the US.
'El Chapo' in dock for biggest US drugs trial
Indonesian authorities on Sunday extended by three days the search for the victims and a black box from the wreckage of a passenger jet that crashed last week, killing all 189 people on board.
Indonesia extends search for victims, second black box from crashed jet
Sir David Attenborough, the world’s most famous wildlife storyteller, believes repeated warnings about human destruction of the natural world can be a ‘turn-off’ for viewers — a comment that is likely to reignite the debate about whether the veteran broadcaster’s primary duty is to entertain or educate.
Famous wildlife storyteller: Too much alarmism on environment a turn-off

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