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American moms start support group for families struggling with opioid addiction
As Jan Bradshaw and Terry Wood from South Carolina, the US, watched their sons suffer through opioid addictions, they turned to each other for support.
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.
Start exercising to cut heart failure risk
Attention, middle-age couch potatoes: There's still time to lower your risk of heart failure, a condition affecting more than five million Americans.
Fall, a good time to start exercising
Did you spend the hot, sweltering days of summer sitting in front of an air conditioner? Then fall is a probably a good time for you to get up and get moving, medical experts say.
Iran to get 10 new airlines within six months
Iran has authorized the creation of 10 new airlines within the next six months in what appears to be part of the country's aggressive campaign to expand its air mobility infrastructure.
Runoff parliamentary elections start in France, Macron’s party projected to win
Polling stations have opened in France in the second round of parliamentary elections, as President Emmanuel Macron’s newly-established party is on its way to taking over the French Lower House.
Teenagers should start school later to avoid car crashes, suicide, depression
Teenagers should not start school before 8.30 a.m. because tiredness is linked to car crashes, suicide, depression and poor performance, experts said.
South Korea, Japan, US start 3-day joint exercise on Korean Peninsula
The United States, South Korea, and Japan have reportedly started a three-day joint military exercise on the Korean Peninsula to simulate countering a North Korean submarine-launched missile attack.
IRGC Ground Forces start military drills in central Iran
The Ground Forces of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) have started military maneuvers in Dasht-e Kavir, the country’s sprawling central desert.
May in Bahrain to start 'new chapter' despite international outrage
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has arrived in Bahrain to expand ties with Arab countries of the Persian Gulf region, ignoring international calls to scrap the trip due to widespread violations of human rights by some of those governments.
Migrant children start leaving France's 'Jungle' camp for UK
A first group of unaccompanied migrant children left the Calais 'Jungle' camp for Britain on Saturday, days after a French minister said the UK had a moral duty to take them in.
Iraq announces start of operation to free town near Mosul
Iraq says its army and volunteer forces have begun operations to rid a town near the Daesh stronghold of Mosul of the Takfiri terrorist group’s presence.
Study: Children with disabilities benefit from Head Start
Head Start early education programs were found in a recent study to have an especially good effect for children with disabilities, researchers in Michigan report.
Golden start for Australian swimmers
Hungary's Katinka Hosszu ended her long wait for Olympic victory and Australia captured two gold medals in an exhilarating first day of swimming competition that saw three world records smashed in Rio on Saturday.
Platini optimistic at start of appeal
UEFA president Michel Platini said he was optimistic of overturning his six-year ban from football, as he began his Court of Arbitration for Sport appeal.

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