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Sole Siberian crane returns to his second home, northern Iran
The only Siberian crane, named Omid (Hope) in Iran, came back to his second roosting place, the Fereydunkenar Wetland, Mazandaran Province, northern Iran, to spend the winter season.
Conflicts internally displaced over 10m people in 2018: Monitors
Conflict forced more than 10 million people to flee their homes to live elsewhere within their own country last year, bringing the total number of people internally displaced by violence to a record high, monitors said Friday.
Samsung unveils new home helper robots
Samsung Electronics introduced robots to help people cook, clean and undertake other household chores.
China's November home price growth slows as smaller cities cool
Growth in China’s new home prices slowed in November as markets in smaller cities lost some of their heat, though the sector remained relatively resilient amid a broader slowdown in economic activity.
Home 'most dangerous place' for women, UN study shows
More than half the women who were murdered worldwide last year were killed by their partners or family members, making home "the most dangerous place for a woman", a new United Nations (UN) study said on Sunday.
In Pakistani village, home is where the cave is
Bombproof, earthquake-resistant and cheap: Thousands of Pakistanis are choosing to hunker down in caves northwest of Islamabad, snapping up the hobbit-like homes amid a nationwide housing shortage.
Migrant workers send home £8b to families
Migrant workers in the UK, many in low-paid jobs, are sending £8 billion a year to support families in their home countries, said a report from the United Nations' education agency.
Migrants given new home in wildfires-hit Portuguese town
A group of migrants rescued from the Mediterranean in July by charity ship Aquarius have a new home in Fundao, a small Portuguese town badly hit by wildfires last year, the government said.
160,000 UK children seeing domestic abuse in their homes, figures show
An estimated 160,000 children in England are living in households where they witness domestic abuse, new figures showed, as support services dwindle.
Boris Johnson finally leaves taxpayer-funded home
Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has finally left a taxpayer-funded home amid public criticism that he was making money by staying in the mansion while renting his own property in London.
Syrian refugees return home from Lebanon
Hundreds of Syrian refugees returned to their country from Lebanon on Saturday in a bus convoy arranged by both governments, advancing an effort by Beirut to accelerate returns to areas where fighting has ended.
Schools trained to help children facing trauma at home
Training to help children who face early childhood trauma is to be offered to all schools in Wales.
This stick-on patch could keep tabs on stroke patients at home
Up to 65 percent of stroke survivors have trouble swallowing, and about a third of survivors have trouble carrying on conversations.
Dads stress out when premature babies come home
When parents bring a premature baby home from the hospital, it's the dads who feel the most stress.

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