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Public health warning over ‘significant increase’ in measles cases at schools in central and west London
Measles outbreaks at three London schools have seen head teachers across the north and west of the capital put on high alert by health authorities.
US House calls on Russia probe to be made public
The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's upcoming report on his investigation into Russia's alleged role in the 2016 US presidential election to be released to Congress and the public.
Few foreign residents aware of public nursing care plan; more expected to tap it as Japan grays
The number of foreign people living and retiring in Japan is expected to increase following the overhaul of the nation’s immigration control law in April, which will introduce new types of working visas.
Ancient site linked to Caesar’s murder to open to public
A complex of ancient temples in Rome that are linked to the scene of Julius Caesar’s murder will be opened to the public.
Public health crisis feared as Indonesia Tsunami survivors cram shelters
Desperately-needed aid flowed into a stretch of Indonesia's tsunami-struck coastline Tuesday, but humanitarian workers warned that clean water and medicine supplies were dwindling as thousands crammed makeshift evacuation centers.
Public appeal after rare inmate escape China
In China, prison escapes are few and far between. So the case of two men escaping from a Liaoning prison has turned into a nationwide hunt.
Australia to start powerful public inquiry into aged-care sector
Australia will begin a public inquiry, or Royal Commission, into the country’s aged-care sector as a spike in cases of elderly abuse creates a “disturbing trend”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
Social media erodes public trust in modern medicine
A rising tide of suspicion amplified by social networks has eroded public trust in modern medicine, leaving scientists and health officials scrambling for ways to shore up its credibility, experts say.
Public smoking regulations may be on horizon for Tokyo
Japan has long been dubbed a ‘smoker’s paradise’ due to its lax smoking laws and deep-rooted smoking culture. Its longstanding unwillingness to pass stricter smoking regulations puts Japan far behind other developed nations, nearly all of which have implemented wide-ranging public smoking bans.
South Korea advised to limit smoking at public
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended South Korea to adopt more stringent regulations to ban cigarette smoking in public places and restrict tobacco advertising and promotions.
Bahraini clerics call on public to oppose anti-Qassim ruling
Senior clerics in Bahrain have reiterated their unwavering support for Sheikh Isa Qassim, and called on all members of the public to roundly reject any court ruling against the distinguished Shia cleric, whom the ruling Al Khalifah regime has stripped of his nationality and plans to put on trial.
US House intel. chair apologizes to Democratic members
The House Intelligence Committee chairman has apologized to committee Democrats for going public with information about government surveillance on the Trump election campaign prior to speaking to them, according to a member.
Greece's public health meltdown
Rising mortality rates, an increase in life-threatening infections and a shortage of staff and medical equipment are crippling Greece’s health system as the country’s dogged pursuit of austerity hammers the weakest in society.
Raising public awareness about drug abuse vital
Drug addiction is a social ailment with numerous physical and psychological effects. Particular attention should be paid to the root causes of the problem, otherwise any treatment will last for a short period and drug abusers will revert to their previous status.

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