The number of deaths from the COVID-19 disease in Iran reached 141,165, with eight more deaths over the past 24 hours, Iran’s Health Ministry announced on Saturday.
COVID-19 kills eight more Iranians over past 24 hours
The Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the German Red Cross in the fields of relief training and volunteering services.
IRCS, German Red Cross sign MoU
The emperor penguin, which roams Antarctica's frozen tundra and chilly seas, is at severe risk of extinction in the next 30 to 40 years as a result of climate change, an expert from the Argentine Antarctic Institute (IAA) warned.
Emperor penguin at serious risk of extinction due to climate change
Europe is increasingly becoming a hub for production and trans-shipment of cocaine to other regions of the world, in addition to being a major consumption market, EU agencies said on Friday, warning also about the expanding methamphetamine industry.
Europe turns into cocaine hub as market expands: EU
One person died in Iraq and more than 5,000 were treated in hospitals Thursday for respiratory ailments due to a sandstorm, the seventh in a month, the Health Ministry said.
One dead, thousands sick as latest severe sandstorm hits Iraq
Iran's capital Tehran is hosting the country's most high-profile robotics event dubbed RoboCup Iran Open.
'RoboCup Iran Open' draws tech-savvies to showcase their robots
Following is an exclusive interview with Brian Earp, a bioethicist and moral psychology researcher at the University of Oxford, and lead author of ‘Love Drugs: The Chemical Future of Relationships’, published by Redwood Press in 2020, which explores ethical implications of medications developed to regulate our love-related emotions.
Medical scientists try to complement the labor of love

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