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Turkey: Foreign spy services aid Gulenists
Turkey’s Intelligence Agency says either one or several foreign spy services aid what Ankara calls a terrorist organization run by Turkish figure Fetullah Gulen, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s archenemy.
Plans to provide electronic services to schools
The Sixth Development Plan (2017-2022) has assigned the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to prepare plans to make all Iranian schools smart and supply electronic textbooks, said the deputy communications minister for planning and strategic supervision.
Techno-engineering services exports exceed $4b
Iran's exports of techno-engineering services in the power and water sectors reached over $4 billion in the past four years, said Deputy Energy Minister Alireza Daemi.
US states hit hardest by opioid epidemic lacking proper rehab services
Opioid treatment programs for low-income Americans are in short supply in areas where they're needed the most, a new study contended.
In Asia Pacific, 900m people pay bribes for public services
Around 900 million — or just over one in four — people living in 16 countries in Asia Pacific, including some of its biggest economies, are estimated to have paid a bribe to access public services, with governments failing to stop corruption, according to a new public opinion poll from a major anti-corruption watchdog.
Intel. services seek to cause 'friction between US and Russia'
The American intelligence community is seeking to cause “friction” between the United States and Russia as President-elect Donald Trump has signaled willingness to improve relations with Moscow, says a political analyst.
Developing rehabilitation services crucial
Tehran Province ranks ninth in the country in terms of elderly population, said director general of Tehran’s State Welfare Department.
New visa rules will hit UK National Health Services
The National Health Service (NHS) could be starved of doctors from overseas because of proposed new visa rules that would leave them last in line for specialist jobs, the British Medical Association warned.
Failing children's services face takeover
Local authority social services in England that are found to be failing vulnerable children will face tough new measures, the prime minister is to announce.
Rare disease patients will get free healthcare services
By Atefeh Rezvan-Nia & Sadeq Dehqan
Overstretched neonatal services put babies' lives at risk
Sick babies’ lives are being put at risk in England because neonatal services are overstretched and under intense pressure, according to new research.
Security services: Long passwords won't keep you safe
Complex passwords do little to reduce the risks of people being hacked by cyber-attackers, Britain's security services have warned as they advised businesses to simplify their approach.
UN: Lack of funding undermines Somali health services
UN agencies in Somalia and their health partners working there have voiced concern about the scale-down of life-saving health services in the African country due to shortages of funding, said a UN official.

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