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Last year, Japanese media reported that the Japanese government planned to release the contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean after treatment. This raised grave concerns worldwide. Last week, it was reported the government would make its decision this week. China and South Korea have voiced concern. Two Chinese scholars shared their views on the issue with China Daily when the news first broke last year.
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean banker Guillermo Lasso pulled off a surprise win in Sunday's presidential runoff against socialist economist Andres Arauz, putting the country on track to maintain open market policies rather than return to socialism.
Vaccines are one of the most important and effective methods of preventing potentially deadly infectious diseases from spreading among us.
Gucci’s Chime for Change co-founder and Kering Foundation board director Salma Hayek Pinault launches the #StandWithWomen campaign to support and protect women against gender-based violence during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This man confides in Thelma that he feels as if the whole world is against him even as he tries to put things right between him and his girlfriend.
Smart toothbrushes say they help improve your dental hygiene and motivate you to brush more often. Can they keep these promises?
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's most populous state said on Saturday it recorded just three new cases of the coronavirus the previous day and urged younger people to get tested as it prepares to further loosen restrictions on pubs and restaurants.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Senior international Olympic official John Coates said on Saturday he supports a decision by Queensland's state government to postpone work on its bid for the 2032 Games while they focus on the novel coronavirus outbreak.
It might be difficult to manage patients with dementia during this pandemic as they might not be able to understand the need for precautions.
(Reuters) - Former Vice President Joe Biden apologized on Friday for telling a black radio host that he "ain't black" if he was still weighing whether to support him or incumbent Donald Trump in the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election.