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US stocks fall sharply on rising trade war fears
US stocks tumbled on Friday after China rejected the idea of negotiating with the US to ease escalating trade tension and US President Donald Trump’s treasury secretary said ‘there is the potential of a trade war’.
Israeli carnage raises fears of Gaza conflagration
Palestinians have protested for the third day as part of the annual ‘March of Return’ to commemorate Land Day, braving Israeli tanks and snipers deployed along the Gaza fence where 17 protesters were killed a few days ago.
Philippines gripped by dengue vaccine fears
Fears over a dengue vaccine in the Philippines have led to a big drop in immunization rates for preventable diseases, officials warned.
Fears for environment as automatic legal 'cost cap' scrapped
New rules have come into force in the UK which could dramatically reduce the ability of individuals and non-governmental organizations to bring legal challenges to protect the environment.
Austrian president sworn in amid fears over fate of coalition
Alexander Van der Bellen has been sworn in as Austria’s new president amid growing fears over the fate of a shaky coalition and concerns that the country’s far-right could emerge from its election loss.
Fears over bird flu in China after nine deaths this year
Nine people have died of bird flu in China this year, state media reported on Wednesday, after the World Health Organization (WHO) urged all countries to promptly report human infections.
Chinese city halts bird trade over flu epidemic fears
A city in China has suspended the trade of live poultry after reports of human bird flu infections in neighboring regions.
Nigeria relocates Zakzaky, spouse over assassination attempt fears
The detained leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and his wife have been relocated to an undisclosed safe location amid fears of assassination attempts.
Fears grow for children addicted to online games
Medical and addiction experts, charities and parents are becoming increasingly concerned about the amount of time children are spending playing online games as figures show that UK spending on titles such as League of Legends, World of Warcraft and Grand Theft Auto will top £3 billion this year.
Fears over abusing Syria truce deal
By Mohammad-Reza Raouf Sheibani Iran’s Ambassador to Syria
Iran oil fires raise cyber sabotage fears
Iran’s cyberspace security authorities are looking into possible sabotage by the US or Israel following a recent string of fires in Iranian oil and gas facilities.
NASA's fears over huge Armageddon asteroid
NASA is to collect samples from a giant asteroid which could crash into the planet in less than 200 years, in a bid to save the Earth from future catastrophe.
Hopes and fears of protecting Iranian cheetah
Iranian cheetah is on verge of extinction despite intensive protection plans. Reports indicate the declining trend of this rare species population.
Fears mount in quake-hit Nepal
Former guesthouse owner Tenzing Lama remembers when foreign tourists thronged Nepal's Langtang valley, trekking through the breathtaking Himalayan wilderness and soaking up the tranquility.
US using B-52 bombers in Iraq, Syria amid civilian fears
The US Air Force has announced using B-52 bombers in the air campaign against Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in Iraq and Syria, amid rising concerns about possible civilian casualties from the deployment.

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