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Women still carry most of the world’s water
Imagine going through your day without access to clean, safe water in your home for drinking, cooking, washing or bathing whenever you need it.
Iran’s men still tops Asians in AMF rankings
Iran men’s national team maintained its position as Asia’s best in the latest Asociación Mundial de Futsal (AMF) rankings, and upheld its place in the world’s overall standings to stay put in the sixth slot.
One in four Americans still use tobacco
Fifty-three years after the US Surgeon General's report on smoking launched countless anti-tobacco laws and campaigns, new challenges have emerged in the fight against nicotine use, according to a new study that tracks use of not just traditional cigarettes, but a dozen tobacco products.
Iran keeps leading the way in latest FIFA World Rankings
Iran continues to lead the way in Asia following the release on Thursday of the latest FIFA World Ranking.
Iran still leads the way in latest FIFA rankings
Iran has remained Asia's top-ranked team, despite dropping three places to be 30th overall in the latest FIFA World Ranking.
Nadal, still unsure about Rio
Rafael Nadal remains unsure if he will be able to represent Spain at the Rio Olympics as his fitness concerns linger.
Woods: I can still beat Nicklaus' major record
He still thinks he can pass Jack Nicklaus as the most successful golfer ever, but Tiger Woods has no idea when he will return to competitive action.
Wilder still wants to give Povetkin a 'whipping'
Deontay Wilder remains determined to beat Alexander Povetkin despite the postponement of their WBC heavyweight showdown.
Rosberg: Hamilton still in Russian GP title race
Nico Rosberg insisted he still faces a tough fight from Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton for the title despite winning the season's first four races.
Co-sleeping with newborns still debatable
Should you co-sleep with your baby? It’s one of the great parenting debates.
Tooth decay still on the rise among English children
The number of children in England having their teeth removed because of decay has increased for the fourth year in a row, new figures suggest.
Army leaders: US still needs ground troops in Mideast
US Army leaders have blasted the Obama administration for its military policy in the Middle East, contending that Washington still needs to keep in and send ground troops to the Middle East.
Afghanistan’s Kunduz still not liberated: Locals
Local residents in Afghanistan’s northern city of Kunduz say fighting still continues by the Afghan troops and US-led forces to push back Taliban militants from several areas in the city, despite earlier reports that the area had been retaken from the militants.
Zarif: Differences still remain between Iran, P5+1
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran and the P5+1 group of countries still face differences on some issues pertaining to the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program, as an extended deadline set to reach a final deal approaches.
'Muhammad (PBUH)' stills on display
Stills from 'Muhammad (PBUH)', the latest film by Iranian director Majid Majidi, are featured in an exhibition called 'First Iranian Photographers Celebration'.

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