Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The cross-fertilization of children to protect them from diseases such as paralysis and others may protect them from the risk of cancer in the elderly, according to a medical study prepared by researchers at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Egyptian businessman and billionaire Mohamed El Fayed resigned as chairman of the Ritz Hotel in Paris.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Algerian football star Riad Mehrez, who is currently participating in the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt, will face a court ruling for Catalina's "babysitter".
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Texas police are looking for the ghost of surveillance cameras at night as he knocks and rings the bells in a dangerous anti-nuclear jacket.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Days of controversy and comparison between the Egyptian artist Sherine Wagdy and Lebanese Meryam Fares and Hajj of abuse to Egypt and the Egyptians, and attack the Syndicate of musical professions and position.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Dr. Bashar Bezra, founder of Beyond Med Clinic in London, said that there are fruit types that prevent hair loss and protect against baldness:
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- A collision occurred at the French airport of Nice to a plane belonging to Kuwait Airways after landing at the French airport, and confirmed that everyone landed safely and without any injuries.
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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Frenchman Vincent Lambert, for 10 years as a sleeper in an intensive care room at the University Medical Center in the French city of Reims.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-- Researchers at an Australian university in Queensland have examined skulls of more than 200 people of all ages using X-rays, and found that nearly half of the 18- to 30-year-olds had "bone growth" ranging from 10 to 30 Mm.