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Recent News

Billions ‘have untreated tooth decay’

Billions 'have untreated tooth decay'

(BBC) – More than 2.4bn people have untreated tooth decay across the globe, a study in the Journal of Dental Research suggests. 00    Read More »

Gunmen wound five Kano Pillars players

Kano Pillars bus

(BBC) – Five Kano Pillars players have been shot by gunmen in an attack on the club’s entourage as they travelled to Owerri for the start of the new Nigerian Premier League season. 00    Read More »

New Obama Plan Aims To Get Tens Of Millions Of Girls In School Worldwide

President And Mrs. Obama Discuss Efforts To Help Adolescent Girls Worldwide

Saying every girl “has value,” President Barack Obama announced a more focused government effort Tuesday to help tens of millions of girls around the world attend and stay in school. Michelle Obama said she’s heading to Japan and Cambodia later this month to promote it. 00    Read More »

India bans film in which rapist blames victim

India has banned the broadcasting of a controversial documentary in which one of the men convicted for gang-raping and murdering a female student is shown blaming the victim mainly because of her gender – a move the film’s maker called “arbitrary censorship”. 00    Read More »

‘First human’ discovered in Ethiopia

The fossil's teeth are smaller than those of other human relatives

(BBC) – Scientists have unearthed the jawbone of what they claim is one of the very first humans. 00    Read More »

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