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Rohingya citizenship, safety need addressing before repatriation: UN
The UN refugee chief says more time is needed to prepare the return of Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh to western Rakhine state in Myanmar.
Classes hope to teach children about gun safety
In 2017, a child has died in an accidental shooting at least every other day. Officials say the deaths are either self-inflicted or caused by another child, but some classes are hoping to teach kids about gun safety.
NHS staff 'working on edge of safety'
NHS staff in England are working on the ‘edge of safety’ as rising demand is outstripping the increasing numbers being employed, health bosses say.
Iran western borders safe: Commander
Despite the unwelcomed event that took place in Iraqi Kurdistan Region, Iran's western borders are completely safe and secure, said Iranian Border Guard Commander in the western city of Qasre- Shirin on Thursday.
Iran, Switzerland agree on further nuclear safety cooperation
Iranian and Swiss nuclear regulatory authorities agreed to enhance cooperation during a meeting in Switzerland.
UK says 27 apartment blocks fail fire safety tests
Cladding on 27 tower blocks in 15 council areas in England has failed fire safety tests, the British government said.
Iran, EU sign first ever project for nuclear safety cooperation
The European Commission said on Tuesday that it has signed the first ever project for nuclear safety cooperation with Iran, under the framework of the 2015 nuclear agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Tillerson pledges safe areas for refugees, more pressure on Islamic State
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday the United States would set up "interim zones of stability" to help refugees return home in the next phase of the fight against Islamic State and al Qaeda in Syria and Iraq.
EU food safety body to look again at palm oil health risks
The European Food Safety Authority will re-examine its warning on health risks stemming from palm and other vegetable oils, a spokeswoman at the European body said in light of a recent study expressing less concern than EFSA.
Iran, Switzerland sign agreement on nuclear safety
Iran and Switzerland have signed an agreement in the Austrian capital, Vienna, foreseeing bilateral cooperation in the area of nuclear safety.
EU watchdog fine-tunes cockpit safety recommendations
Europe's aviation watchdog issued new recommendations Tuesday to keep better tabs on crews following a deliberate crash in the French Alps last year caused by a depressed co-pilot.
Fears grow over refugee safety
Fears are growing that Greece will be unable to manage the task of sending back refugees to Turkey under the European Union’s controversial migrant transfer deal which is due to be enforced from today (April 4).
Media to discuss safety of journalists
Amid continuing attacks on journalists, media representatives from around the world will meet in the French capital this week to discuss how to reinforce the safety of those working in the sector.
Safety net fails grandmother caregivers living in severe poverty
Increasing numbers of grandmothers across the United States are raising their grandchildren, many of them living in poverty and grappling with a public assistance system not designed to meet their needs.
Safety concerns grow in American mosques
From the suburbs of Los Angeles to the outskirts of Washington, D.C., mosques around the United States are warily stepping up security in the face of growing fears about reprisals on American Muslims.

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