Cyprus has the second highest share of non-nationals in the resident population among the EU 28, according to figures for 2018 issued by Eurostat on Friday.
Cyprus has second highest share of non-nationals in resident population in EU
Parents of seriously ill or premature babies will become instrumental in nursing them to health as part of a new neonatal project.
Parents to comfort critically ill babies in Aberdeen
A gas leak which led to fire at the pipeline linking gas network from Mahshahr to Ahvaz in southwestern Iran left five dead and six injured, governor of Ahvaz said on Thursday.
Fire after gas leak kills four in southwest Iran
The Japanese Embassy and the Iranian firm, Rural Water and Wastewater Co. in North Khorasan Province have signed an agreement on human security projects, according to a fax report sent to Iran Daily.
Japan, Iranian firm sign contract on water project
A team of scientists and designers recently teamed up to create a tool that would show Australians what the climate is expected to be like in their cities in the year 2050 — and it led to a startling discovery
Startling new climate tool shows that by 2050, Australia won't have a winter at all
Ranagul Karman and her family are settling into their new home in Kashgar in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwest China.
Out of the mountains, out of poverty
Attacks by mental health patients on National Health Service (NHS) staff at Wales' largest health board halved in five years.
Assaults on north Wales NHS mental health staff halved in five years
A landmark report on the state of ageing in Britain warned that a significant proportion of people are at risk of spending later life in poverty, ill-health and hardship.
Report: Millions in Britain at risk of poor-quality later life
"A healthy community requires healthy soil." This idea spurred a consortium of researchers, farmers, and community garden practitioners to dive into the challenges — and opportunities — of urban agriculture.
What do gardens bring to urban ecosystems?
Climate change is often talked about in terms of averages — like the goal set by the Paris Agreement to limit the Earth's temperature increase to 2°C.
Study reviews the potential impacts of future heat waves on humans and wildlife

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