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  • 'Sperm Radar' Test To Improve Fertility Diagnosis
    ‘Sperm Radar’ Test To Improve Fertility Diagnosis

    London: Scientists have developed a new technique to examine human sperm without damaging them helping to improve the diagnosis of fertility problems. The Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy technique uses powerful magnets and works like radar by firing pulses of energy at the sperm sample inside a p..

  • IS Supporters Exalt Manchester Bombing
    IS Supporters Exalt Manchester Bombing

    Supporters of the Islamic State jihadist group have been using social media to praise the deadly suicide blast at the Manchester Arena on Monday, the US-based terrorism-tracking website SITE Intelligence said. "No claim regarding blast in #Manchester, but #ISIS accounts celebrating the attack, di..

  • EU To Approve Mandate To Open Brexit Negotiations
    EU To Approve Mandate To Open Brexit Negotiations

    The European Union (EU) is set to approve a mandate on Monday for the European Commission (EC) to start negotiations for Britain's exit from the 27-member bloc. It will also officially appoint former EU Commissioner Michel Barnier as the lead negotiator, Efe news reported. The General Affairs ..

  • Kenya’s Kamworor, Ndiku Take On Farah In Prefontaine Meet In US
    Kenya's Kamworor, Ndiku Take On Farah In Prefontaine Meet In US

    The third stop of the Diamond League will see some of the world's best distance runners clash at America's premier Prefontaine Classic in the 5,000m race providing a preview of what to expect at the London World Championships final. Kenya's world cross country champion Geoffrey Kamworor and Caleb..

  • Just 2 Sedentary Weeks May Up Diabetes,Heart Disease
    Just 2 Sedentary Weeks May Up Diabetes,Heart Disease

    London: Young adults who take a hiatus from exercise for just two weeks may be at an increased risk of reducing muscle mass, metabolic health, that may accelerate the development of chronic diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, a study has found. The findings showed that just 14 days o..

  • No Indication Of Second Surge Of Cyber Attacks In UK: Official
    No Indication Of Second Surge Of Cyber Attacks In UK: Official

    London: The head of Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Monday that there is "no indication of a second surge of cases (cyber attacks) here in the UK", but that does not mean there won't be one. The spread of the ransomware, known as Wanna Decryptor, has affected over 150 countries. The..

  • Brussels Could End-Up Paying Brexit Bill: Boris Johnson
    Brussels Could End-Up Paying Brexit Bill: Boris Johnson

    London: Brussels could end up having to pay UK a Brexit "divorce" bill because the Britain has contributed to so many EU assets, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said. In his first major interview of the election campaign, the Foreign Secretary told The Daily Telegraph on Friday that there were "v..

  • Cyber Attack Disrupting British NHS Was International: May
    Cyber Attack Disrupting British NHS Was International: May

    London: A cyber attack which hit Britain's National Health Service (NHS) was declared as a major incident Friday night, with British Prime Minister Theresa May saying it was an international attack. Hospitals, health clinics, family doctor surgeries across England and Scotland were seriously affe..

  • Big Cats Face Same Threats As Extinct Ice Age Ancestors
    Big Cats Face Same Threats As Extinct Ice Age Ancestors

    London: Big cat species, especially African lion and Sunda clouded leopard, face the same challenges as their ancestors that went extinct towards the end of the last Ice Age, a new study says. The team researched the cause of extinction of seven large cats from the Ice Age including four differen..

  • Briton Arrested In Cambodia Child Abuse Probe
    Briton Arrested In Cambodia Child Abuse Probe

    London: A Briton has been arrested in Cambodia on suspicion of abusing young girls, the media reported. In a video statement late Wednesday, police named him as 68-year-old Clive Cressy, from Hove in East Sussex, the BBC reported. Speaking to the camera, an officer said the charges included ha..