Although Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was first detected more than 40 years ago, the illness continues to infect and kill millions of people around the globe. Its persistence serves as a grim reminder that epidemic illnesses aren’t defeated overnight or without concerted effort.
Canberra recently unveiled a comprehensive report about how its military force committed war crimes during their mission in Afghanistan, which nave seen the killings of innocent civilians, including infants.
The Formula One driving series has had a history of deadly crashes since the competition first started; however, throughout the decades, organizers have increasingly improved safety measures, especially with the introduction of the halo system which largely prevented French driver Romain Grosjean’s death during a weekend race in Bahrain.
The match took place in Amsterdam's Antfield on Tuesday, to decide what clubs would qualify for the knockout stage of the Champions League.
A firm handshake in Western culture is generally considered to be a sign of confidence and respect for others. A seemingly weak handshake can be seen by some as a sign of disregard, instead of making a good impression. Scientists may now have a reasonable answer to the causes of male hand grip strength.
The queer Canadian actor has long been a crusader for LGBTQ rights and highlighted the epidemic of violence and discrimination transgender people face in his coming out post on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday.
The new tier system, envisioning different regions classified as "medium", "high" or "very high" tiers with their own unique COVID restrictions, is expected to replace England's most recent coronavirus-related lockdown.
The global COVID-19 tally has surpassed 63 million, while the death toll has reached almost 1.46 million worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The spike in the number of infected forced several countries to impose quarantines in November, however, most are expected to end their lockdowns this month.