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MUMBAI (Reuters) - A WhatsApp text circulating in some districts of India's central Madhya Pradesh state helped to inflame a mob of 50-60 villagers into savagely beating up two innocent men last week on suspicion that they were going to murder people and sell their body parts.
LONDON/KIEV (Reuters) - Many of the people coming to Anna Kukharuk's private medical clinic don't have a disease. What plagues them is doubt. But its effects are a health emergency that the doctor and hundreds of others are struggling to remedy.
As the world confronts the spread of a deadly new virus, interest in disease-themed movies, games and TV series has exploded, with worried viewers turning to documentaries and disaster flicks for answers and ways to cope.
Hong Kong: As the world confronts the spread of a deadly new virus, interest in disease-themed movies, games and TV series has exploded, with worried viewers turning to documentaries and disaster flicks for answers and ways to cope.
Thimpu: Two men arguing over cutting lines nearly turned ugly as they rushed to buy face masks at a local pharmacy store in Thimphu yesterday.
An August declaration by the Trump administration could outlaw Christa Kacer-Reynolds’ nascent career – and those of thousands of English teachers like her across the US – starting later this month.
Thirty years ago this month, a young British software engineer working at a lab near Geneva invented a system for scientists to share information that would ultimately change humanity.
Local musicians are already singing about the evils of fake news when police superintendent Rema Rajeshwari’s convoy rolls up to the dusty village square in one of India’s poorest communities. “Don’t believe these things,” a performer cries out to the crowd.
A MOTHER of 10 had a pleasant surprise when her 37-year-old son, whom she gave up for adoption when he was two weeks old, visited her recently, reported Makkal Osai.