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CAIRO (Reuters) - Former Egyptian prime minister Ahmed Shafik, who returned home from the United Arab Emirates in mysterious circumstances after announcing his bid for Egypt's presidency, told Reuters on Monday he was "fine" but was prevented from saying much more.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday it hoped to conduct a "full review" by year-end of data on Sanofi's
MANILA: The Philippines has ordered a probe into the immunisation of more than 730,000 children with a dengue vaccine that has since been suspended, while French drug company Sanofi said no deaths had been reported as a result of the programme.
KUALA LUMPUR: There are 21,778 chronic patients, as well as those suffering stage four organ failure, on the waiting list for organ transplants as at Oct 31.
KUALA LUMPUR: Although Malaysia does not have official statistics on its infertility rates, there has been an obvious increase in the number of couples who are unable to have children despite being married for several years.
PARIS/ALGIERS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron is likely to use a visit to Algeria on Wednesday to look to the future and turn the page on the colonial past, but stop short of apologising for his country's actions as some demand.
LIMA (Reuters) - Shares of Peruvian company Grana y Montero fell more than 10.3 percent to 1.6 soles per unit on Monday after a local judge ordered two former company directors to jail while prosecutors developed corruption cases against them.
LONDON (Reuters) - Last July, Ugandan officials seized fake versions of the cancer drug Avastin on sale in Kampala, revealing only the tip of an iceberg of bogus medicines found all too often in Africa.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines ordered an investigation on Monday into the immunisation of more than 730,000 children with a vaccine for dengue that has been suspended following an announcement by French drug company Sanofi
With a harsh spotlight cast once more on Foxconn Technology Group’s labour practice in China, some employees at Apple’s biggest supplier said their working conditions are better than at other electronics manufacturers on the mainland, where salaries can get delayed or cancelled.