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
By Mahdieh Ghazvinian and Amir Mollaee Mozaffari*
Doing charity makes me feel confident
Iran hailed making considerable progress toward empowering women and girls, despite U.S. illegal and inhumane sanctions targeting the country.
Iran hails ‘significant’ progress in empowering women despite U.S. sanctions
A teenage British backpacker attacked by a crocodile on the Zambezi River has said she is “very, very lucky” to be alive.
British teenager ‘very lucky’ to survive attack by 10ft crocodile in Zambia

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