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Syrian forces shell town kill 41, lawyer says

ANTALYA, Turkey (Reuters) - Syrian forces killed 41 civilians in an effort to crush pro-democracy protests, a human rights lawyer said on Wednesday, as opposition leaders met in Turkey to plot the downfall of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Upward mobility for AMOs ill defined

A letter from MODERN DRESSER,George Town.

Portrait of self destruction

The immune system protects the body from the ravages of infections and diseases. What happens when it attacks the body instead?

SPECIAL REPORT - An end to AIDS?

LONDON (Reuters) - For his doctors, Timothy Ray Brown was a shot in the dark. An HIV-positive American who was cured by a unique type of bone marrow transplant, the man known as

Bahrain martial law ends, military trials continue

MANAMA (Reuters) - Bahrain lifted martial law on Wednesday in what the government hopes will be a sign to tourists and business of a return to normal, but the opposition fears repression is set to continue.

Docs’ testing dilemma

From Dr NG SWEE CHOON, Medical Affairs Committee, Federation of Private Medical Practitioners Association of Malaysia.

Bahrain Shi'ites talk of abuse under martial law

MANAMA (Reuters) - Bahraini Shi'ites say they have endured a reign of terror during 11 weeks of martial law imposed to break up a pro-democracy movement that for the first time threatened the control of a Sunni-ruled Gulf Arab dynasty.

Bahrain martial law ends, military trials continue

MANAMA (Reuters) - Bahrain lifted martial law on Wednesday in what the government hopes will be a sign to tourists and business of a return to normal, but the opposition fears repression is set to continue.

SPECIAL REPORT - An end to AIDS?

LONDON (Reuters) - For his doctors, Timothy Ray Brown was a shot in the dark. An HIV-positive American who was cured by a unique type of bone marrow transplant, the man known as

Of medical charges and legal fees

Advance payments and deposits may cause inconvenience, but sometimes these are necessary.