Live parasitic worm plucked from Australian woman’s brain
31 August 2023 | 8:17 am
Doctors in Australia have found and removed a live parasitic worm, roughly 8 centimeters long, from a woman's brain. It's the first known case of its kind.
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Many educated Pakistanis are looking to move abroad as living costs continue to climb and political unrest deepens in their home country.
Feminists and human rights activists in Lebanon are speaking out against attempts to impose increasing restrictions on their lives in the name of "conservative values". This follows an attack on a woman at a beach in the southern city of Sidon, when an Islamic cleric and his followers told Mayssa Hanouni she didn't have the right to wear a bathing suit there before getting violent.
Germany lacks skilled labor and is popular with young Kosovar job seekers. A new law now makes it easier for skilled workers from non-EU countries to come to Germany. Will this accelerate Kosovo's brain drain?
A 36-year-old woman is believed to be the worst serial killer in Thailand's history, according to police. The suspect denies the murders but admits to using cyanide.
The 33-year-old had been accused of going to Syria in 2016 along with her children and joining the terrorist group.
Admiral Lisa Franchetti has 38 years of experience in the US Navy and is the current vice chief of operations. However, her nomination goes against the recommendation of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
Despite facing initial opposition from her parents when she expressed interest in sailing, she persevered and gained their full support after beginning her training.
An undated photo released by Ukraine's Security Services shows a woman, center, being detained by law enforcement after she was accused of plotting to assassinate President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
France is looking to small, self-sustaining green power projects to solve its energy woes, Advocates say the move democratizes energy prodution while reducing dependenies on fossil fuels and foreign powers.
Australia has recently seen a spate of openly Nazi protests and online violent threats against LGBTQ people. Tasmania has now become the first Australian state to outlaw both Nazi salutes and symbols.
If workers at liquefied natural gas plants in Western Australia walk off the job, EU states may have to outbid China for the remaining winter supplies.
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In this edition of arts24's weekly music show, Jennifer Ben Brahim is joined by French singer-songwriter Edouard Bielle. His look and sound takes us back to the 1970s, inspired by Christophe and Etienne Daho. He's just dropped his debut EP "Loverdose", a record that delves into the addictive nature of love.
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Irish writer Paul Lynch won the 2023 Booker Prize on Sunday for his novel “Prophet Song,” the story of a family and a country on the brink of catastrophe as an imaginary Irish government veers towards tyranny.
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Germany's ruling coalition has agreed on a supplementary budget to lift a self-imposed cap on borrowing for longer than planned. Berlin is faced with a spending commitment headache after a key legal ruling.
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