Anne Marie Loof has devoted her life to humanitarian work but says she understands why some Italians have started painting people like her as villains.
Rescuers made 'scapegoat' for Italian frustration with migrant crisis
Increasing exercise each day can help patients with Chronic Fatigue System to feel less tired and feel better, a new study suggested.
Study: Exercise can help chronic fatigue syndrome
Red Cross volunteers prevented a significant number of Ebola cases during the 2013-2016 epidemic in West Africa by using safe burial techniques, according to a study.
Study: Ebola burial teams dramatically reduced West Africa outbreak
More than one in five children with Tourette syndrome also tests positive for autism, a new study showed.
Tourette syndrome symptoms can look like autism
South Korean food safety watchdog said it has busted seven people suspected of illegally importing edible pigments sold at a French store, in a case that also involved 16 other people who allegedly made and distributed macarons containing the pigments.
S. Korea watchdog busts 23 on suspicion of smuggling
The UK student population has doubled in the last 20 years to almost two million. During this time, higher tuition fees have placed increased pressure on students — with a recent survey finding that 75 percent of students who receive a maintenance loan feel stressed about their debt.
More UK students experience mental health problems
Students in Köyceğiz District of western province of Muğla in Turkey have collected plastic bags from the sea so that loggerhead sea turtles do not mistake them for edible jellyfish.
Turkish students collect plastic bags to save loggerhead sea turtles
War, violence and persecution worldwide are causing more people than ever to be forcibly displaced, according to a report published by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
War, violence, persecution push displacement to new unprecedented high
A new poll found that less than a third of Americans support President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, with just 18 percent of respondents agreeing with his claim that pulling out of the international agreement to reduce carbon emissions will help the US economy.
AP poll: Few agree with Trump move to ditch Paris accord
Seventy-four percent of the world's population will be exposed to deadly heatwaves by 2100 if carbon gas emissions continue to rise at current rates, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change.
Deadly heatwaves will continue to rise

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