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Merkel says Trump tweets 'go against what makes America great'
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday condemned President Donald Trump's xenophobic tweets against four minority Democratic congresswomen, saying the US leader's attacks "go against what makes America great".
Japan arson suspect identified after blaze kills 33
Japanese police identified the man suspected to have started a fire at an animation studio that killed 33 people as Shinji Aoba, public broadcaster NHK said on Friday.
Chance of no-deal Brexit rises as Johnson leads Hunt – Reuters poll
The chance that Britain will leave the EU without a deal is the highest since October 2017, economists polled by Reuters say, as arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson looks set to take over as prime minister next week.
Hypertension poorly managed in low- and middle-income countries
Health systems in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are poorly prepared for the increasing number of people with high blood pressure, with more than two-thirds of people affected going without treatment, according to a new study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in collaboration with colleagues from more than 40 institutions around the world, including several ministries of health.
Music 'calms nerves before surgery' as well as sedative
Listening to the ‘world's most relaxing song’ before an operation could be just as good at calming patients' nerves as medication, US researchers said.
Oral health in crisis due to sugary foods
Tooth decay and other oral diseases present a major global public health crisis with sugar as the main culprit, according to a Series on oral health published in The Lancet medical journal on Friday.
Coalition's voluntary salt limits have been 'public health disaster'
Nearly 10,000 cases of heart disease and stroke and 1,500 cases of cancer could have been avoided in England if the coalition government had not switched to a voluntary deal with the food industry to cut salt in food, said researchers.
Italian prosecutor grills German rescue ship captain over migrants
German charity boat captain Carola Rackete, who sparked global headlines by forcibly docking in an Italian port with rescued migrants, was questioned by a Sicilian prosecutor for allegedly aiding illegal immigration.
Canada says it is close to deal with EU on possible fix to WTO deadlock
Canada and the European Union are close to agreeing on a possible temporary solution to a US block on appeals in disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
Body modifier to stand trial over plastic snowflake implant death
An Australian body modifier will stand trial accused of causing a woman’s death by implanting a plastic snowflake under her right hand.
Japan's core inflation hits two-year low, might push BoJ to ease again soon
Japan’s core inflation slowed to its weakest in about two years in June, underlining policymakers’ long battle to boost consumer prices and adding to speculation the Bank of Japan could deliver more stimulus later this month.
ECB seen priming markets in July for rate cut after summer break
European Central Bank (ECB) policy makers will give a clear signal next week that interest rates are about to fall even further below zero, economists predict.
More efforts required to stop school bullying in Japan
Six years after a law on measures to stop bullying in schools was introduced, school officials and boards of education in Japan continue to come under criticism for inappropriate responses to bullying cases that have prompted the victims to take their own lives.
MPs warn no-deal Brexit would cause 'severe disruption' to economy, jobs
A no-deal Brexit would not be pursued by any ‘responsible" government because of the ‘severe disruption’ it would cause, an influential committee of MPs warned.

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