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China records 17.6m newborns in 2017
A total of 17.58 million babies were born in Chinese hospitals in 2017, according to figures released by the China’s National Health Commission.
Guardiola not ‘humble’ over personal records
Pep Guardiola admitted he had no desire to be “humble” after witnessing his Manchester City side register its 16th consecutive Premier League victory by beating Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad.
IAAF records targeted in Fancy Bears attack
Athletics' world governing body the IAAF was targeted by the Russia-based Fancy Bears computer hacking group, compromising information on Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), it announced on Monday.
Italy's debt, Germany's credit with ECB hit records
Italy's debt and Germany's credit with the European Central Bank hit all-time highs last month, data showed, as money flowed into the eurozone's strongest economy and out of one of its stragglers.
Trump calls on Clinton to release detailed medical records
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has called on his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, to release "detailed medical records,” adding he would have "no problem" issuing his own medical report.
Doctors less satisfied, more burned out with electronic records
Most doctors who use electronic health records and order entry software tend to be less satisfied with how much time they spend on clerical tasks and are at higher risk of burnout than others, according to a new study.
Mild, wet December breaks UK records
Early provisional stats from the Met Office (the United Kingdom's national weather service) say December has broken records for not only rainfall but also temperature in the UK.
Russia’s Lovchev breaks weightlifting world records
Russian weightlifter Aleksey Lovchev has established new world records in the clean and jerk and aggregate in the 2015 International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Weightlifting Championships in the United States.
Report:  Israel military recruits 1000s with criminal records
The Israeli military has recruited thousands of soldiers with criminal records, enabling them to request that their records be expunged, a report said.
Records: Baltimore jail refused to accept thousands of detainees for severe injuries
Thousands of people in the US city of Baltimore have been brought to the city's prison by police officers with critical injuries in recent years, according to new records.
Analyst: UN review of US rights records ‘won’t change racism’
A UN periodic review of US human rights records would not change the systematic violation of African-Americans’ rights in the United States, a political commentator said.
UN to examine US police brutality, human rights records
The UN Human Rights Council will turn the spotlight on the US human rights records amid a series of unrest in the country over the deaths of several African Americans.

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