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Global agreement reached on standards for clinical trials in children with MS
The International Pediatric MS Study Group (IPMSSG) has released updated standards for clinical trials involving children and teens with multiple sclerosis (MS).
China tightens city bus safety standards
China is to tighten safety standards for public buses and trolleybuses in urban areas after incidents endangering public safety have drawn strong attention.
Ban phones in British schools, says schools standards minister
Pupils should be banned from taking smartphones into school, the minister for school standards in England told the BBC.
Study: China could lift life expectancy by nearly three years if it meets WHO smog standards
China could raise average life expectancy by 2.9 years if it improves air quality to levels recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), according a new study from a US research group.
Trade deals have glaring omission: Environmental standards
Nearly 200 countries just announced a deal to implement the Paris Agreement — 2015’s multilateral effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions. It’s welcome news given recent reports that total carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will reach record highs in 2018.
Mauritanian minister: Iranian health centers enjoying int'l standards
Iranian treatment and health centers work at the level of international standards, said Mauritanian Health Minister Kane Boubacar, who is in Tehran on an official visit.
'Huge gap' in living standards for UK ethnic groups
There are still ‘huge gaps’ in living standards between different ethnicities living in Britain, research suggested.
All north Indian cities fail to meet air quality standards
Not a single city in northern India meets international air quality standards, according to a Greenpeace report that estimates air pollution kills more than one million Indians each year and takes three percent off the country’s GDP.
Dual-standards-free global will will defeat terrorism: Iran
Iran has censured a terrorist attack at a hospital in the restive city of Quetta in southwestern Pakistan, urging swift international action to fight terrorism and stop the brutal killing of civilians.
Beijing to adopt tightest fuel standards
Beijing plans to roll out China's tightest fuel standards by January 2017, the official Xinhua news agency reported citing the Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau, as the smog-choked city aims to drastically cut vehicle emission.
US double standards may lead to new world war: Iran
Iran's defense minister has censured the United States for adopting a double-standard policy in defending its interests, saying such a policy may finally lead to a new world war.
UN: 2b people have improved living standards
According to the United Nations, two billion people have lifted themselves out of low human development in the last 25 years.
Iran's laboratory facilities on par with int'l standards
Iran's specialized facilities and specialists on laboratory diagnosis are comparable to global standards, said Peyman Mohammadi Torbati, the scientific secretary of the 16th National Congress of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
Education standards down in  overcrowded universities
University standards are being eroded by a “culture of rack ‘em, pack ‘em and stack ‘em” in which rising numbers of students are squeezed into lectures, it was claimed on Friday.

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