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Are you depressed? Weight lifting can help you be happy
According to a research backed by World Health Organization (WHO), one in five Indians suffer from some mental health condition. Of these, only 10-12 percent seek help or are aware that they have a mental problem.
Treatable disease often mistaken for Alzheimer's
When John Searle started to fall down and lose his memory, he thought it was the early signs of dementia. But it turns out he has a rare — and often undiagnosed — condition called normal pressure hydrocephalus. The good news is it's treatable.
Bangladesh police shoot dead two Rohingya Muslims in refugee camp
The Bangladeshi police say they have shot dead two Rohingya Muslims during a gunfight in a refugee camp, accusing the pair of killing a ruling party official.
Iraqi Hashd Sha’abi forces cleanse 6 Anbar villages of Daesh remnants
Members of the pro-government Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), known as Hashd al-Sha'abi in Arabic, have managed to cleanse a number of villages in the country’s western province of Anbar during the fourth phase of a major offensive to hunt down remnants of the terrorist group of Daesh.
Washington-backed Kurdish militants voice support for US-Turkey ‘safe zone’ in northern Syria
US-backed Kurdish militants operating in northern Syria have expressed their support for a so-called safe zone plan in the area.
Aras Amiri's conviction likely to focus attention on the British Council's covert role
Eerily similar to the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case, the British media has taken up the cause of yet another individual convicted by the Iranian courts on national security charges.
US to hold first ever war games with Southeast Asian allies, irking China
The US military is to hold war games for the first with 10 Southeast Asian allies next month, with officials saying the naval drills are aimed at thwarting "wrongdoing" amid persisting rivalry with China for influence in the region.
Protesters, riot police clash amid renewed tensions in Hong Kong
Tensions have once again escalated in Hong Kong as police and protesters clashed in an industrial district of the Chinese-ruled city after several days of an uneasy peace.
US seeks to block investment deal between China, Ukrainian aerospace company
US National Security advisor John Bolton is reportedly seeking to block a China's investment in a Ukrainian aerospace company, in an apparent attempt at countering Beijing’s growing military capabilities.
Soyuz rocket carrying humanoid robot fails to dock with ISS
The Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft carrying the Russian humanoid robot 'Skybot F-850' has failed to dock with the International Space Station (ISS).
Iranian firm to develop South Pars oil layer
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is set to grant the development project of the South Pars oil layer, in the Persian Gulf, to a domestic company, a senior official said.
NIOC to offer heavy crude at IRENEX
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is planning to offer two million barrels of heavy crude oil in Iran Energy Exchange (IRENEX) on Tuesday for the second consecutive week.
Rouhani: Iran eager to broaden ties with Ukraine
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani offered his congratulations to Ukraine on its Independence Day, hoping for the expansion of ties between Tehran and Kiev.
Iran deplores US missile test after INF Treaty exit
Iran’s Foreign Ministry voiced its concerns about the US move to test a medium-range cruise missile weeks after Washington withdrew from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia.

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