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Woman knifed in north London amid surge in stabbings
Police in London have attended to another scene of violence involving knife after a young woman was badly stabbed in broad daylight.
Murder and other violent crimes surge in Britain
The number of murders and other violent crimes involving weapons continues to rise in England and Wales, official figures show, despite years of initiated efforts to decrease crime rates across the UK.
Indian May oil imports from Iran at highest level since 2016
India's oil imports from Iran surged to about 705,000 barrels per day (bpd) in May, their highest level since October 2016, according to data from shipping and industry sources, despite the threats of fresh US sanctions.
Surge in number of UK children with sleep apnea admitted to hospital
The number of admissions to UK hospital of children and teenagers with sleep apnea has risen sharply over the past four years, with experts suggesting childhood obesity is to blame.
Diabetes: Key factor in worldwide cancer surge
Diabetes is causing a worldwide surge in cancer, researchers said.
Surge in number of working mothers with dependent children
The number of mothers with dependent children employed in England has surged by more than a million over the past two decades, according to official figures.
Surge in rosemary sales as aromatic to boost memory
It’s a stressful time of year for students across the globe. Whether a fresher or in your final year, summer exams are never fun.
Major US cities see surge in homicides: Report
Several major American cities have seen a dramatic surge in homicides in 2015, after years of decline in violent crime, according to a report.
Surge in Iran visits by EU oil firms
A top Iranian official said on Sunday that there has been a rise in visits by delegations from European oil companies to discuss investments in Iranian oil projects.
Ebola crisis: Liberia 'faces huge surge'
Ebola is spreading exponentially in Liberia, with thousands of new cases expected in the next three weeks, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

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