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Lung cancer, COPD cases to rise over next decades

Lung cancer, COPD cases to rise over next decades

Sep 06, – A new report issued from the European Respiratory Society (ERS) reveals that conditions of the lung cause 1 in 10 deaths in Europe, with mortality as a result of lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) expected to rise in the future. The report, called The European Lung White Book, draws […]

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Observers Egypt declares national emergency

Observers Egypt declares national emergency

Aug 14, – Egypt’s presidency has declared a state of emergency after scores of people were killed when security forces stormed protest camps in Cairo. The camps had been occupied by supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi, who was deposed in early July. Security forces say 95 people have been killed. But the Muslim Brotherhood, […]

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Two Indian airports offer Visa on arrival facility to boost tourism

Two Indian airports offer Visa on arrival facility to boost tourism

Aug 10, – Tourists from 11 countries will be able to arrive at two airports in the southern Indian state of Kerala without visa from the 66th, Independence Day of the country on August 15. The international airports at Trivandrum and Cochin will provide them visa on their arrival. The facility has been made available […]

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Kuwait shiites lose in parliamentary election results

Kuwait shiites lose in parliamentary election results

July 28, – Final results from Kuwait’s elections show Shiite candidates losing more than half their seats, while liberals made a slight gain. The poll was the second in eight months after a court ruled a December vote invalid. The results of Saturday’s election, released on Sunday, showed Shiite candidates winning only eight seats in […]

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Suicide bomber attack kills 20 in Iraq mosque

Suicide bomber attack kills 20 in Iraq mosque

July 19, – The bomber detonated explosives in the Abu Bakr Al Sadiq Mosque as the imam gave the Friday sermon in the town of Al Wajihiyah, east of Baquba, the capital of Diyala province, a police colonel said. A suicide bomber struck a crowded Sunni mosque north of Baghdad on Friday, killing 20 people, […]

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