Infectious diseases such as malaria remain a leading cause of death in many regions. This is partly because people there don’t have access to medical diagnostic tools that can detect these diseases (along with a range of non-infectious diseases) at an early stage, when there is more scope for treatment. It’s a challenge scientists have
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The family of Katie Kenyon have spoken of their “heartbreaking nightmare” after the mother’s body was found. Ms Kenyon, 33, went missing on 22 April and after “extensive searches” of the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire her body was discovered. Following a post-mortem examination, police said Ms Kenyon died of head injuries. In a fundraising
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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has held prickly talks with Vladimir Putin and Sergei Lavrov in Moscow. Mr Guterres told the Russian leader his “special military operation” was an “invasion” while Mr Putin told him Ukrainian soldiers were holding civilians hostage in Mariupol. For the latest developments: https://qrcode.skynews.com/skynews/ukraineblog SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos:
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A long-awaited operation to evacuate civilians from the Azovstal steel plant in the southeastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol is finally under way. Sviatoslav Palamar, the deputy commander of the Azov Regiment, said “a ceasefire has finally happened”. He said he hoped the evacuations from the steelworks continue until everyone in the plant, civilians and soldiers,
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A growing divide is predicted at this week’s local elections, with Labour on course to make gains in cities in England but struggling to breakthrough in former industrial heartlands. Experts say there are “two elections” at play, predicting big urban areas could swing to Labour due to the cost of living squeeze and the partygate
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