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Human Rights Committee Concludes 137th Session, Adopts Reports on Egypt, etc
Getting around muscle aging
International Law Struggles to Regulate Labor Migration
St Andrews Biologists Investigate Human Impact on Biodiversity
Widespread species gaining ground
UN Water Conference to Feature Origami Hummingbirds
New Study: Insomnia’s Global Socioeconomic Impact on World Sleep Day
Police Fire Teargas at Mozambican Rapper’s Funeral
Cocaine Trafficking Rebounds After COVID-19 Dip
FIFA Talks Human Rights with UEFA Working Group
Minimizing electric vehicles’ impact on grid
EVs’ Impact on Grid: Minimizing it
OECD: Unemployment Rates Updated in March 2023
EU Stands with Ukraine: Solid Commitment to its People
Experts Praise Panama’s Torture Law Revisions, Raise LGBTI Concerns
Diplomats Visit Palestinian Families in East Jerusalem Facing Eviction
European marine fish distribution linked to sea temperatures
Fungal Spores Take Over Lung Cells
Dish on JHU Dining
Astronomers Discover Missing Link for Solar System Water
Consular Affairs Assistant Secretary Travels to Tirana and Lisbon
EIF, Santander sign €250M InvestEU agreement for Portuguese firms
Famous Portuguese tarts set for sweet return
UN Committee finds on Cambodia, China, Lithuania, Panama, Portugal, Yemen
Making difference in international energy law
Businesses Boost Energy Efficiency to Combat Crisis
Liver Cirrhosis Tied to Lower Vaccine Response, Not Efficacy
UNITAR and Nova School Partner to Launch Portugal’s First Training Centre
Microba inks European distro deals for new products
Experts Praise Portugal’s COVID Response, Question Air Pollution and Child Poverty
US$73M to Improve Water, Municipal Services for Palestinians
Program Launched to Combat Child Sexual Abuse in Multiple Languages
Steel Was Already Used in Europe 2900 Years Ago
Fewer Female Scientists Moving Internationally for Recognition
Pill Testing Coming to Queensland: Lessons from Abroad
Gender Bias in Global Scholar Migration: Report
Haven Opens Doors for 24-Hour Art Viewing
Council Members of Community of Democracies Affirm Support for Ukraine
Offshore Wind Power’s Last Mile
IEA Chief Addresses EU Commissioners in Brussels
New approach to save lives
Canada, NL Invest $94M for High-Speed Internet in 36K Homes
RACGP Backs Qld Law Change on Drugs
Local wine on global stage
Russia’s War on Ukraine Continues: Int’l Sport Impacted
IOM DG: Enhance Adaptation & Mitigation for Climate Displacement
China Commended for Poverty Reduction, Asked on Minority Protection & Social Welfare
Production wraps in Sydney on Arachnophobia Horror film Sting