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07:51, 18 February 2018 Sunday
Health & Environment

15:40, 02 February 2018 Friday
Bosnian baby receives brain tumor treatment in Turkey

6-month-old brought to Istanbul for surgery

17:00, 30 January 2018 Tuesday
Toxic bloc' warned of EU legal action over air pollution

Brussels said it was running out of patience with states -- including the EU's three biggest economies -- that had failed to take steps to improve air quality despite years of warnings.

16:37, 24 January 2018 Wednesday
Turkish agency aids Zambia in fight against cholera

Consignment of assorted medical supplies airlifted to Lusaka

01:03, 23 January 2018 Tuesday
Oil spill disasters in the past 50 years

Here is a look back at the major oil spills around the world in the past five decades:

10:41, 19 January 2018 Friday
Unsafe water kills most Pakistanis

More than 100,000 people -- half of them children -- die every year due to waterborne diseases, experts say

14:06, 17 January 2018 Wednesday
Fake medicines flourish in Africa despite killing thousands

Located in the bustling Adjame quarter of Ivory Coast's main city and commercial hub, the haven for fake medicine has been targeted time and again by authorities and stockpiles burnt.

04:41, 10 January 2018 Wednesday
Turkey to launch ecolabel for textile paper ceramics

Seven firms to receive ecolabel certifying that their products are environment-friendly

03:19, 10 January 2018 Wednesday
US records costliest disaster recovery year on record

Disasters saddle U.S. with $306 billion price tag, cause 362 deaths

10:17, 05 January 2018 Friday
Alarming level of Drug use among Bangladeshi children

Association for Prevention of Drug Abuse head says close to more than 2.5 million children are drug addicts in Bangladesh

14:57, 02 January 2018 Tuesday
Canada's bitter weather has even penguins coming out of the

King penguins are certainly accustomed to chilly weather, more so than species like the Humboldt that prefer somewhat warmer climes, said zoo curator Malu Celli.

10:42, 11 December 2017 Monday
Indonesia vaccinates millions to halt deadly diphtheria outbreak

Some eight million children and teenagers across the Southeast Asian nation will receive the shot to prevent further spread of the disease which is caused by a bacterial infection.

16:59, 07 December 2017 Thursday
Smog should stop play Indian doctors tell cricket bosses

Two players vomited on the pitch, and play had to be halted briefly.

03:05, 02 December 2017 Saturday
Philippines suspends world-first dengue vaccine

French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi announced Wednesday that its world-first dengue vaccine could lead to more severe symptoms for people who had not previously been infected.

12:38, 18 November 2017 Saturday
Turkish NGO puts Somali doctors through medical school

Doctors Worldwide Turkey says it has performed 3,000 cataract surgeries in Horn of Africa country

03:02, 07 November 2017 Tuesday
Cholera killed over 700 in last 3 months

Over 40,000 cases of cholera seen in Democratic Republic of Congo since July, says Health Ministry

16:38, 04 November 2017 Saturday
Climate activists march to keep coal in ground

Decked out in red to signify their "Stop Coal" campaign, the protesters chanted and beat drums as they snaked through the former West Germany capital toward the UN centre that will host the 12-day, 196-nation talks, tasked with implementing the landmark Paris Agreement.

15:42, 30 October 2017 Monday
Concentration of CO2 in atmosphere hits record high UN

The Greenhouse Gas Bulletin, the UN weather agency's annual flagship report, tracks the continent of dangerous gasses in atmosphere in the post-industrial era (since 1750). 

12:38, 23 October 2017 Monday
Polluting vehicles start paying London charge

£10 ($13) tax introduced to cut British capital's poor air-pollution records  



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