0622 GMT September 24, 2018
DNA breakthrough helps identify more 9/11 victims
Seventeen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack in New York City, advancement in DNA testing techniques has led to the identification of more victims of the atrocity.
Overseas students should 'stay in migration target'
International students in the UK should not be removed from targets to reduce migration, recommended a report commissioned by the Home Office.
British women live shorter lives than most other Europeans
Women in the UK are living shorter lives on average than most of their counterparts in Europe, according to an analysis by Public Health England (PHE).
China doing away with family planning offices
China’s health commission is getting rid of three offices that were previously dedicated to family planning, it announced late on Sunday, the latest signal that Beijing may further reduce restrictions on childbirth to combat an aging population.
How to eat well, save the planet
Switching to a healthier diet can reduce an individual's water footprint by as much as 55 percent.
Iran’s Zargar: Promoting virtue, preventing vice serve as public monitoring system
Regulating urban anarchy of war-torn Kabul
In the alley winding between the earthen walls of Old Kabul, Wakil Mohammad Saddeq insisted on honoring his visitors with a cup of tea.
Study reveals rise in children raised in squalid rental homes in England
A quarter of a million families bringing up babies and infants in England are living in privately rented accommodation that fails to meet the decent homes standard, it has emerged.
Man charged with Australia family murders
A young man was charged with the murder of five people including three toddlers, Australian police said on Monday, after a mass killing at a suburban home.
Turtles, whales and birds under threat across UK overseas territories
Whales migrating across the Atlantic Ocean, turtles in the Caribbean and unique cloud forests in St Helena are all under threat as EU conservation projects are set to grind to a halt after Brexit.
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