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Hurricane power outages may increase risk of carbon monoxide poisoning

(Reuters Health) – Homeowners in North Carolina and South Carolina who lost electricity in the wake of Hurricane Florence need to realize that backup generators and other temporary power sources can cause carbon monoxide poisoning, scientists warn. People sit at…..

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Delhi Acers bank on home advantage in PBL final

NEW DELHI: Comeback kings Delhi Acers will take on topsy-turvy Mumbai Rockets in the final of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) at the Siri Fort Complex on Sunday. Acers have done well to reach the final given their losses in…..

Turkmenistan outlaws sale of tobacco products, effectively banning smoking altogether

The president of Turkmenistan has banned the sale of all tobacco products, if reports from within the tightly-controlled nation are to be believed. A new decree allegedly bans the sale of all tobacco products, with shops facing a fine of…..

Iran complies with nuclear deal, sanctions are lifted

VIENNA: International inspectors confirmed Saturday that Iran had dismantled large sections of its nuclear program, as agreed in a historic agreement last summer, paving the way for the lifting of oil and financial sanctions by the United States and other…..

International sanctions lifted after Iran complies with nuclear deal

VIENNA: The historic nuclear accord between Iran and major powers entered into force on Saturday as the UN confirmed that Tehran has shrunk its atomic programme and as painful sanctions were lifted on the Islamic republic. Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani,…..

Swiss still probing frozen Hosni Mubarak fortune: Attorney general

CAIRO: Switzerland’s attorney general said Saturday his office was still probing whether the hundreds of millions of dollars of frozen funds belonging to ex-president Hosni Mubarak’s family originated from criminal activities. Michael Lauber said investigations were underway to determine whether…..

Jason Rezaian: US reporter free after 543 days in Iran jail

TEHRAN: Jason Rezaian was arrested at his Tehran home on July 22, 2014. His friends thought he would be quickly released. But it would be 543 days until the journalist tasted freedom. As The Washington Post’s Tehran correspondent, the dual…..

UN says Iran has kept nuclear promises, paving way for sanctions relief

Reuters | Jan 17, 2016, 02.30 AM IST Iranian flags fly in front of a UN building in Vienna, Austria. VIENNA: The UN nuclear watchdog on Saturday said Iran had put in place all nuclear measures required under a deal…..

IS attack on Syria's Deir Ezzor kills 75 regime forces: Monitor

[unable to retrieve full-text content] At least 75 Syrian soldiers and pro-regime militiamen were killed Saturday in a multi-front attack by the Islamic State group on the eastern city of Deir Ezzor, a monitor said.

Haley’s comet on Mission Veep

The young sardarni who took on Trump may help counter the image of Republicans as a bunch of a grouchy, old, white, rich men The last time Haley’s comet came by the solar system in 1986, Geraldine Ferraro was just…..

Pak PM, army chief to visit Iran, Saudi Arabia to ease tensions

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif are set to embark on an important visit to Iran and Saudi Arabia on Monday to reduce tensions between the two rival Muslim nations, his office has…..