Iraqi protesters took to the streets again today, this time in response to a prominent cleric's decision to quit politics. The demonstrations turned deadly, with at least five people reported dead. In other news, a new report suggests that drinking more than six alcoholic beverages per week can lead to major health risks, especially for women. And NASA has called off the launch of its Artemis rocket due to bad weather.
Iraq Protests Turn Deadly as Cleric Quits Politics
- Iraq protests turn deadly after prominent cleric quits politics:
After a prominent Iraqi cleric quit politics, protests in the country turned deadly.
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- Embajador Armando Benedetti se reunió con Nicolás Maduro en Venezuela:
The ambassador of Venezuela, Armando Benedetti, met with Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela.
- Oncolytic viruses boost the immune capacity to effectively target and destroy cancer cells:
Oncolytic viruses are viruses that selectively kill cancer cells. They can boost the immune system's ability to effectively target and destroy cancer cells.
- More than 6 drinks a week leads to major health risks, new report suggests — especially for women:
A new report suggests that consuming more than six drinks per week can lead to major health risks, especially for women.
- Commentary: NASA's Artemis launch:
This is a commentary piece on NASA's Artemis launch.
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The ASX is likely to recover from a sell-off on Wall Street as rate hike fever persists.
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- Mar-a-Lago Search Turned Up Potentially Privileged Documents, DOJ Says:
The Department of Justice says that a search of Mar-a-Lago turned up potentially privileged documents.
- Men arrested after murder of Olivia Pratt-Korbel are 'in isolation' over fears of hit on them:
Two men arrested in connection with the murder of Olivia Pratt-Korbel are in isolation over fears that they may be targets of a hit.
- Live updates: Chris Dawson awaits murder trial verdict, Britney Spears makes new conservatorship allegations, and NASA calls off moon rocket launch:
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- Princess Diana crash investigators reveal 'frustration' at never tracing white Fiat Uno:
Investigators into the car crash that killed Princess Diana have revealed their frustration at never being able to trace the white Fiat Uno that was involved in the incident.
- Suspected poisoning event at Markham, Ont. restaurant sends several people to hospital:
A suspected poisoning event at a restaurant in Markham, Ontario has sent several people to the hospital.
- Public school sex claims storm as THREE governors quit over handling of former pupil's allegation:
Three governors have resigned from their positions over the handling of sex claims made by a former pupil of a public school.
- Satellite images show damage to building at Ukrainian nuclear plant:
Satellite images have revealed damage to a building at a Ukrainian nuclear plant.
- 343 Still Not Sure If It Will Add Microtransactions To Halo Master Chief Collection:
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- Apple Watch Pro might not work with older Apple Watch straps:
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- Statins old age side effects heart attack stroke cholesterol Oxford University research:
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- Ukraine launches counter-offensive in south as Russia shells port city:
Ukraine has launched a counter-offensive in the south of the country as Russia shells the port city of Mariupol.
Oncolytic viruses boost the immune capacity to effectively target and destroy cancer cells
The immune system has evolved to safeguard the body from a wildly diverse range of potential threats. Among these are bacterial diseases, including plague, cholera, diphtheria and Lyme disease, and viral contagions such as influenza, Ebola virus and SARS CoV-…
More than 6 drinks a week leads to major health risks, new report suggests — especially for women
A national advisory group has published new proposed guidelines around the number of drinks consumed each week, finding that having more than six drinks per week leads to a high risk of health issues including cancer.
Live updates: Chris Dawson awaits murder trial verdict, Britney Spears makes new conservatorship allegations, and NASA calls off moon rocket launch
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Ukraine launches counter-offensive in south as Russia shells port city
Ukrainian troops bolstered by stepped-up Western military aid launched a long-awaited counter-offensive to retake territory in the south on Monday as Russian forces shelled residential areas of the Black Sea port city of Mykolaiv.