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How new abortion bans will harm most vulnerable
On the floor of the Alabama State Senate this week, a robotic voice read nine pages of legalese that would define a new reality for women in the state: Abortion would be a crime, starting from the moment a woman knows she is pregnant.
Vietnam salt farmers battered by imports, climate
The salt farmers of Hon Khoi rise before dawn as they have for generations, fanning out across shallow seawater pools in southern Vietnam to harvest the precious mineral, hoping for a better season than the last.
Five foreign tourists killed in Honduras plane crash
Five foreign tourists died on Saturday after a private plane they were traveling in crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from the island of Roatán, near the Atlantic Coast of Honduras, local authorities said.
UK teachers call for 'corrosive' mobile phones to be banned in schools
A new campaign in the UK is asking schools to pledge to go mobile phone free.
Brain implants could help solve opioid epidemic, British scientists say
The British government should begin brain implant trials on drug addicts to help solve Britain's opioid epidemic, scientists said.
China exploring life on Mars in Gobi Desert
"Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids," as an Elton John hit goes.
Boeing acknowledges flaw in 737 MAX simulator software
Boeing acknowledged on Saturday it had to correct flaws in its 737 MAX flight simulator software used to train pilots, after two deadly crashes involving the aircraft that killed 346 people.
Iran celebrates WTISD by unveiling four projects
Iran hosted a ceremony on Sunday to mark the 50th anniversary of World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, during which four telecommunication projects were unveiled in the presence of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) minister.
Breastfeeding reduces long-term risk of heart disease in mothers
Women who breastfed their babies are less likely to develop heart disease later in life, according to findings to be presented in Lyon, at the European Society of Endocrinology annual meeting, ECE 2019.
China to share primary health care experience during WHA: official
During the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA), China will share its decades' experience and lessons in providing the people with primary health care service, which in its essence has centered around a host of people's-health-first policies and measures, the Chinese delegation to WHA said in Geneva.
Chinese cities see improving air quality in April
Most Chinese cities saw improvements in air quality in April, according to the country’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
Extinction Rebellion urges ad industry to use its power for good
Environmental activists Extinction Rebellion have turned their fire on the advertising industry in a public letter, encouraging it to use its expertise in manipulating public opinion for good or risk mass public protests against it.
Malaysia drafts tougher penalties for offenses that harm environment
Stiffer penalties of up to a RM5 million (S$1.6 million) fine will be imposed for environmental offenses under a new act that is currently being drafted.
NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years
The number of mental health nurses in England has slumped by more than a tenth over the past decade, new figures have revealed.
130,000 trees to be planted in English cities and towns
More than 130,000 trees are to be planted in English towns and cities over the next two years as part of the nation’s battle against global heating.

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