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Sad state of men’s health in Western Australia revealed
More than 77 percent of men in Western Australia are overweight or obese and men are over-represented among victims of suicide, cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
'Hama gas attack pretext for Western involvement in Syria'
The latest chemical attack in Syria's west-central province of Hama is a “false flag” operation, says an analyst, adding that foreign-backed militants are seeking a pretext for the involvement of the United States, Britain and France in the war-torn Arab country.
Western GPS network approaches its next Y2K moment
If you have never used a map, now might be a good time to learn, especially since a software bug could cause failures in older GPS satellites and devices on April 6.
Western lawmakers call for 'free elections' in Bahrain
The government of Bahrain has come under fire by Western lawmakers against the backdrop of a ban on an opposition party from contesting the upcoming elections in the Arab country.
Pourashraf Castle: A fantastic ancient monument in western Iran
The historical Pourashraf Castle is the jewel of a mansion nestled in an idyllic village in western Iran.
Manyas bird sanctuary in western Turkey home to Dalmatian pelicans
Manyas Bird Paradise National Park, located on the border of the Bandırma district in Balıkesir province, welcomes endangered Dalmatian pelicans during the species' mating season every year.
South Korea to build floating solar farm on western coast
South Korea will push to build the country's largest floating solar farm on the western coast to expand power generation from eco-friendly energy sources, state-run company Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP) said.
Women build road in western Iran
A group of women in Iran’s Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari Province have built a 5-kilometre road to a remote village by doing tough jobs like operating cranes, graders, trucks, and tractors.
4-magnitude quake jolts western Iran again
An earthquake measuring 4 on Richter scale hit Taza-Abad, Kermanshah Province, western Iran on Thursday.
Storm cuts power to 65,000 households in western France
Winter storm Carmen has cut power to about 65,000 households in western France and is moving south, power grid company Enedis said on Monday.
7,000-year-old architectural structure found in western Iran
Archeologists believe that the architectural structure discovered in the second season of explorations on Nadali Beig Hill in western Iran dates back to the fifth millennium BCE.
Quake jolts western Iran
An earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale jolted the city of Mehran in western province of Ilam on Wednesday.
Iran cricket team eliminated from ACC U-19 Asia Cup western region qualifiers
The Iran national under-19 cricket team’s run in the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) U-19 Asia Cup western region qualifiers has hit a major snag as the squad tumbled out of the competition in the first round.
Nobel Prize winner: Western society suffering from chronic sleep deprivation
Western society is chronically sleep-deprived, according to a Nobel Prize winner specializing in circadian rhythms.
Army deploys new missile batteries to western Iran
Khatam Al-Anbia Air Defense Base has deployed new missile systems to western regions of the country in a bid to strengthen air defense capabilities.

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