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The maker of a drug used in medication abortions has told a federal judge that the US Supreme Court’s recent ruling eliminating the nationwide right to abortion does not allow Mississippi to stop it from selling the pills in the state. GenBioPro, which makes a generic version of the drug mifepristone, said in a Thursday…

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GENEVA: With smiles, pride and emotion, the first same-sex couples tied the knot in Switzerland on Friday  (Jul 1) following a referendum that changed the landscape for LGBTQ rights in the country. Among the first to get married were Aline, 46, and Laure, 45, who have been together for 21 years and converted their civil…

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RAMALLAH: As the United States strives to boost defence ties between Israel and Arab states, Palestinians await with increasing gloom the first visit of President Joe Biden after what they see as a string of broken promises by Washington. Requests for the reopening of the US consulate in Jerusalem, closed by former President Donald Trump,…

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WASHINGTON: US climate envoy John Kerry vowed Friday the United States will meet goals it submitted to the United Nations on slashing greenhouse gas emissions, despite a Supreme Court ruling that curtailed the government’s powers. “We are determined to achieve our goals. We can achieve our goals,” Kerry told AFP. “But obviously it would help if…

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As Russia’s last-ditch attempt to make the future tripolar is stalling on the battlefields of Ukraine, all the signs are that countries around the world will have to decide whether they will side with China or the US, says a professor.

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The authors, from a number of institutions including Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, said case definitions should be reviewed to avoid cases being overlooked, particularly as monkeypox can “mimic” other common sexually transmitted infections (STI) like herpes and syphilis. The study also found that a quarter of the monkeypox patients were HIV positive,…

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SAN FRANCISCO: Google announced on Friday (Jul 1) it would delete users’ location history when they visit abortion clinics, domestic violence shelters and other places where privacy is sought. “If our systems identify that someone has visited one of these places, we will delete these entries from Location History soon after they visit,” Jen Fitzpatrick,…

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RIO DE JANEIRO: Three months out from the Brazilian presidential election, disinformation about the two main candidates, President Jair Bolsonaro and ex-leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, is having a major impact. The sheer volume of fake news, creation of new social media platforms and ever more complex content has made it even more difficult…

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PARIS: The world is still not using one of its most effective weapons against COVID-19 – properly ventilating public spaces – more than two years into the pandemic, experts warn. At the moment there is a “fragile, armed peace” with COVID-19, said Antoine Flahault, director of the Institute of Global Health at the University of…

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The top courts in Texas and Ohio on Friday (Jul 1) allowed the Republican-led states to enforce restrictions and bans on abortions after the US Supreme Court last week overturned the nationwide constitutional right to abortion. The Texas Supreme Court late on Friday allowed a nearly century-old abortion ban to take effect after the US…

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