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Only half in Japan poll see use of plastic bags as excessive
Plastic products such as compartments in bento lunchboxes for separating food and plastic bags are considered examples of excessive service by just over half of respondents to a survey in Japan, according to results announced by the Cabinet Office.
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.
'I don't want to be the UK's only black female history professor'
The UK's first black female history professor said she hopes she is not ‘the only one’ for long.
Al Sadd one step away from ACL semis thanks to first-leg win against Esteghlal
Qatar's Al Sadd took a big step towards the semifinals of the 2018 AFC Champions League (ACL) after Baghdad Bounedjah's brace secured the team a 3-1 comeback win over Iranian Persian Gulf Pro League club Esteghlal in the first leg of the quarterfinals on Monday.
Klopp will only be satisfied with Champions League qualification
Jurgen Klopp said he will only be satisfied if he can guide Liverpool into next season’s Champions League.
Only one Russian athlete returns Olympic medal after dope finding
So far only one of the Russian athletes stripped of Olympic medals for doping has given it back to the International Olympic Committee, a senior Moscow sports official said Monday.
Iran deal to last only if all sides comply: Iranian UN envoy
Iran’s envoy to the United Nations says the multi-lateral nuclear deal between the country and five other states will last only if all sides to the agreement comply with their contractual obligations.
Only half of a chromosome is DNA
Only half of each chromosome is made up of DNA material. An unexplained sheath accounts for most of the rest of the material inside a chromosome.
Many US kids only see pediatricians for mental health care
One in three children who were diagnosed and treated for mental health conditions on an outpatient basis saw their primary-care doctors for this care, a new study reports.

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