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Study offers infant’s brain new mapping

Study offers infant’s brain new mapping

A group of researchers have demonstrated a novel map to measuring early brain development of infants from birth to three months. The research conducted by researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the University of Hawaii by using advanced scanning techniques could unveil the growth speed of infant’s brain. The [&hellip

UN urges govts. to avoid Ebola panic

UN urges govts. to avoid Ebola panic

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on governments to avoid panic and fear in the face of the threat posed by Ebola virus, which has so far killed more than 1,000 people. “We need to avoid panic and fear. Ebola can be prevented,” Ban told reporters at UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday, [&hellip

Israel wreaks havoc on Gaza Strip

Israel wreaks havoc on Gaza Strip

Israel has wreaked massive destruction on the besieged Gaza Strip and has made Palestinians’ lives a misery in its latest war on the blockaded territory, Press TV reports. Israel launched its latest war on the blockaded Gaza Strip on July 8. The Israeli attacks on Gaza’s population of over 1.8 million have worsened the already [&hellip

Pakistan in ‘proxy war’ against India

Pakistan in ‘proxy war’ against India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says Pakistan is involved in “a proxy war of terrorism” against his country, as tensions slowly rise between New Delhi and Islamabad over a disputed territory. Modi made the remarks during his visit to the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. “Pakistan has lost the strength to fight a conventional war, [&hellip

Boko Haram kills over 100 in Nigeria

Boko Haram kills over 100 in Nigeria

More than 100 civilians and several soldiers have been killed during clashes between Nigerian military forces and Takfiri Boko Haram militants in Nigeria’s northeastern Borno State. A military official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said on Tuesday that Nigerian government forces on Monday tried in vain to regain control over the border town of Gwoza, [&hellip

WHO OKs unproven drugs against Ebola

WHO OKs unproven drugs against Ebola

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the use of unproven drugs against deadly and highly contagious Ebola virus in West Africa “ethical” as long as the provision satisfied certain criteria. “The panelists said ethical criteria must always guide the provision of such intervention,” Assistant Director-General of the WHO Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny told journalists in [&hellip

Family of slain US teen demand justice

Family of slain US teen demand justice

The family of an unarmed African-American teenager killed by a police officer in Missouri is calling for justice amid high racial tensions across the country. Michael Brown’s family, their lawyers and African-American civil rights leaders met with reporters on Monday to discuss the case and the violence that has rocked the family’s community. Brown, 18, [&hellip

New CAR premier vows to unite country

New CAR premier vows to unite country

The new prime minister of the Central African Republic (CAR), Mahamat Kamoun, has vowed to reconcile the factions that are in conflict along ethnic and religious lines in the country. On Monday, Kamoun said that his top priority was to form an “inclusive” government, restore security, and deal with the African country’s humanitarian crisis. “You [&hellip

Caracas begins anti-smuggling operation

Caracas begins anti-smuggling operation

Venezuela has closed its borders with Colombia and deployed thousands of troops there to fight against the smuggling of cut-rate gasoline and other products into the neighboring country. On Monday night, Caracas stationed a total of 17,000 troops along the border to prevent the country’s gas and other products, which have been kept at low [&hellip

Pellegrini hopeful of title defence

Pellegrini hopeful of title defence

​Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini insists his club acted properly in signing Bacary Sagna and Frank Lampard. Pellegrini was reacting to comments made by Arsene Wenger about the deals, questioning whether City had breached Financial Fair Play rules in signing Lampard on loan from New York City FC, their sister team in America. City were [&hellip