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One Palestinian killed, 20 injured in separate Israeli attacks
One Palestinian man was killed and 20 others were injured in two separate attacks in the occupied West Bank and flashpoint East Al-Quds neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah.
Yemen’s Houthi official dismisses US sanctions, warns of expanded attacks
A leader of Yemen's Houthi movement on Sunday dismissed US sanctions on military officials and threatened possible expanded attacks on "aggressor countries".
Israel’s attacks on Syria seriously jeopardize regional stability, intl. security: UN ambassador
Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Bassam Sabbagh said the Israeli regime’s repeated attacks against his country’s territory, sovereignty and independence threaten regional stability as well as international peace and security.
MSF denounces widespread attacks on Tigray clinics
The medical charity MSF on Monday condemned a "deliberate and generalized" program of targeting clinics in the conflict-hit Tigray region of Ethiopia.
Iraqi group vows revenge after Daesh attacks
Iraq’s Kata’ib Hezbollah said the “the American-Saudi-Israeli alliance” is responsible for recent Daesh attacks, warning that the Iraqi resistance group and fellow fighters will target the main source of Takfiri violence.
Fifth Afghan journalist killed in two months in series of 'targeted' attacks
An Afghan journalist and human rights activist was shot and killed on Friday by unidentified gunmen in western Afghanistan, the fifth journalist to be killed in the war-ravaged country in the past two months, a provincial spokesman said.
Israeli air attacks cause injuries, damage in Gaza Strip
Israeli warplanes conducted fresh airstrikes against the besieged Gaza Strip, targeting several localities in the impoverished Palestinian enclave and injuring two people and causing damage, Palestinian media reported.
Gene discovery could help prevent heart attacks
Researchers at the University of Virginia (UVA) have shed light on how our genes affect our risk for coronary artery disease, the most common form of heart disease. In addition to identifying gene variants that influence risk, they found that one gene in particular appears to have a protective effect.
Iran condemns ‘heinous’ Kabul attacks
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman strongly condemned the “heinous” bomb attacks in the Afghan capital of Kabul, which killed more than 20 civilians including women.
Iran condemns Pakistan terrorist attacks on security forces
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh condemned recent terrorist attacks targeting Pakistani troops in the country’s provinces of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Hostility linked with higher risk of death after second heart attacks
Heart attack patients who are sarcastic or irritable could be putting their health at risk, according to research published in the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
Iran expresses concern over deadly attacks in Afghanistan
Iranian foreign minister’s special envoy for Afghanistan Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian expressed concern about the spread of insecurity in Afghanistan after three attacks killed several Afghan security forces on Saturday.
Iran calls on UN to immediately end Saudi attacks on Yemen
Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Friday called on the United Nations to make more efforts to immediately stop attacks by the Saudi-led coalition on Yemen after the coalition’s airstrikes killed and wounded civilians in the Arab country.
People with diabetes may be having fewer heart attacks, strokes
While the number of people with type 2 diabetes has surpassed 400 million worldwide, a new study has found that the rate of heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular issues has actually decreased in this community.

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