Health

Family says imprisoned Bahrain activist undergoes surgery

Apr 5, 2017

The family of an imprisoned activist in Bahrain says he has undergone surgery for bleeding ulcers

Hospital struggles with Mosul's injured _ and its dead

Apr 1, 2017

The beleaguered Qayara hospital is one of only two public hospitals within a 120-mile (193-kilometer) radius, between Mosul and the central Iraqi city of Tikrit

Egypt suspends school lunches after mass food poisoning

Mar 23, 2017

An outbreak of food poisoning has sickened thousands of Egyptian schoolchildren this month, sending parents rushing to hospitals and leading the Education Ministry to temporarily suspend its school lunch program

Egypt: 2,262 children fell ill in suspected food poisoning

Mar 15, 2017

In Egypt, over 2,200 schoolchildren admitted to hospital in suspected mass food poisoning

Murray recalls shingles struggle after Australian Open exit

Feb 26, 2017

Top-seeded Andy Murray said Sunday he is back to his best ahead of the Dubai Tennis Championships after recounting his struggles with shingles following his early exit from the Australian Open last month

New trauma unit to help former Islamic State sex slaves

Feb 22, 2017

A new psychological trauma institute is being established at the university of Dohuk in Iraq, the first in the entire region

500-kilogram woman leaves Egypt to India for surgery

Feb 10, 2017

The head of the Egyptian national airlines, EgyptAir, says the company has transported a 500-kilogram (1,100-pound) woman in a cargo plane to India for a series of surgeries

Demands for inquiry in poison death of Yemeni journalist

Feb 6, 2017

The Yemeni journalists' union, rights groups, and family members are demanding an inquiry into the mysterious death of a top investigative journalist after an autopsy showed that he was poisoned

Iran says US expanding medical clearance list 'inhumane'

Feb 3, 2017

Iran's semi-official ILNA news agency is reporting that the country has called "inhumane" a decision by the Trump administration to expand a list of medical equipment requiring federal authorization for sale to Iran

Group urges Egypt to enact penalties for female circumcision

Sep 9, 2016

A leading international rights group has called on Egypt to enact new and harsher legal penalties for the widespread practice of female genital mutilation

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