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Diabetes 'can be kept at bay with a glass of milk every day
Drinking milk at breakfast time cuts the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes, research suggested.
Weaponizing oxygen to kill infections and disease
The life-threatening bacteria called MRSA can cripple a hospital since it spreads quickly and is resistant to treatment.
Is haywire body clock tied to mood disorders?
There may be a genetic link between mood disorders and the body's internal clock, a new study suggested.
Zarif: Sanctions ineffective in changing political climate in Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in an interview with CNN on Sunday said that the United States is addicted to applying sanctions on Iran, expressed dismay that Washington has not learned that sanctions are ineffective in changing the political climate in Iran.
Iran, Ecuador eye increased academic coop.
Officials of Central University of Ecuador and Tehran University met on Sunday in Tehran to discuss ways to enhance bilateral cooperation.
23 shot, 2 fatally, in Chicago gun violence
At least 23 people were shot, two of them fatally, in a series of shootings over 24 hours across Chicago, Illinois, as America’s third largest city experienced yet another weekend of crime and gun violence.
Italy threatens to send stranded refugees ‘back to Libya’
Italy's far-right interior minister threatened Sunday to send "back to Libya" nearly 180 people stranded for three days on an Italian coastguard ship if the EU did not step in to resolve another refugee row with Malta.
Britain's May could face trouble over Brexit deal, Conservative lawmaker warns
UK Prime Minister Theresa May could face trouble getting her Brexit deal approved by the British Parliament before exit day unless she changes her proposals, the head of an influential group of pro-Brexit lawmakers said in an interview published on Sunday.
Declining life expectancy in US, UK rooted in 2008 economic crisis: Analyst
The declining life expectancy in the United States and Britain is the result of the financial crisis that hit these countries in 2008, according to a Scottish political activist, author and journalist.
Afghan president announces ceasefire with Taliban
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has announced a ceasefire agreement with the Taliban militant group to mark Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, an important festival on the Islamic calendar.
Ebola deaths in DR Congo rises to 49 with 2,000 feared contacts
The deadly Ebola outbreak in eastern DR Congo has now claimed 49 lives since the start of the month, the government says, and the World Health Organization expects more cases.
Palestinians receive 10 tonnes of letters Israel withheld for 8 years
Palestinian people living in the Israeli-occupied West Bank are set to receive a special delivery of some 10.5 tonnes of letters and postal packages that the Tel Aviv regime had kept for up to eight years.
Chinese president says military must resist 'corrosion' of corruption
Chinese President Xi Jinping says the military must resist the "corrosion" of corruption and ensure the fight against graft is deepened.
Italian minister calls for sanctions on Malta over refugees
Italian Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli on Sunday called for sanctions against Malta, accusing it of not rescuing refugee boats in the Mediterranean and leaving the burden to Italy, in the latest row between the two countries over the issue.
Trump says he has 'nothing to hide' from Russia probe
US President Donald Trump says he has “nothing to hide” from US Special Counsel Robert Mueller who is investigating alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.

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