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Report in the medical journal Clinical Infectious Diseases identifies case in 2018 among hospital patients in Sibu and KapitThe study also features a new approach to detect viruses and to try to prevent them from evolving into ones that cause pandemics
POCOS DE CALDAS, Brazil (Reuters) - When Brazil's rapidly growing cricket programme threatened to run out of bats, the solution was both simpler and harder than anyone anticipated: make your own.
(Reuters) -Chennai Super Kings batting coach Mike Hussey returned to Australia on Monday after recovering from COVID-19, the Indian Premier League (IPL) team said.
LONDON (Reuters) -The origin of the novel coronavirus is still unclear and the theory that it was caused by a laboratory leak needs to be taken seriously until there is a rigorous data-led investigation that proves it wrong, a group of leading scientists said.
LOD, Israel (Reuters) - Israel's president warned of a civil war between the country's Arabs and Jews on Wednesday as fury and fear over shelling exchanges with Palestinian fighters in Gaza ignited violence in Israel's streets.
(Reuters) - If a group of Cambridge University scientists have their way, cricket fans might soon have to become accustomed to the sound of leather on bamboo.
(Reuters) -Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization, plans to run for a second five-year term as the head of the agency, Stat News reported https://www.statnews.com/2021/05/03/tedros-second-term on Monday, citing a person familiar with the matter.
An experienced caver recommends which subterranean chambers to visit in Sarawak's Mulu National Park.
Almost half a century after the first exploration of the caves in Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, are there still more discoveries to be made.
GENEVA (Reuters) -International agencies including the World Health Organization urged countries on Tuesday to suspend the sale of live wild mammals in food markets, warning they may be the source of more than 70% of emerging infectious diseases in humans.