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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Up to a quarter of a million children, young people and vulnerable adults were physically and sexually abused in New Zealand's faith-based and state care institutions from the 1960s to early 2000s, a public inquiry revealed on Wednesday.
HARARE, Dec. 15 (Xinhua) -- Zimbabwe is experiencing moderate local transmission of COVID-19, according to new guidelines published by the World Health Organization (WHO), an official has said.
A TEENAGER who was kidnapped as a newborn wants to see the woman who held him for five days to find out why she did it.
More women than men in U.S. nervous about fast rollout of COVID vaccine, and that's a problem: Reuters/Ipsos poll
NEW YORK (Reuters) - American women, who traditionally make most of the healthcare decisions in their families, are more wary than men of the new, rapidly developed COVID-19 vaccines, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, presenting a potential challenge to efforts to immunize the public.
AL KHAZER, Iraq (Reuters) - Excluded, vilified and sometimes simply abandoned: such is the price paid by thousands of children in Iraq born to suspected Islamic State militants.
SINGAPORE (ANN): A babysitter who poisoned two babies under her care with an assortment of medicines, including some used to treat insomnia and anxiety disorders, was sentenced on Monday (Dec 7) to seven years' imprisonment.
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STOCKHOLM, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) --- Swedish parents have been told to keep young children away from kindergartens and primary schools should a member of the child's household test positive for COVID-19, according to new recommendations from the country's Public Health Agency on Tuesday.
JOHOR BARU: A warm and free meal from the caring public means the world to those who have lost their jobs and for those facing added financial hardships due to the Covid-19 pandemic.