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Hundreds of Fijians protest against Japan’s nuclear wastewater discharge into the Pacific Ocean

Hundreds of Fijians marched in Suva on Friday to protest against Japan’s decision to start discharging treated nuclear wastewater from the Fukushima power plant...

WHO Flags India-Made Syrup in Latest Warning Over Contaminated Drugs

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning about a batch of contaminated common cold syrup, branded Cold Out, that was manufactured by...

S. Korean fishermen protest against Japan’s plan to dump radioactive water into the sea

Thousands of South Korean fishermen staged a rally on Monday near the parliamentary building in Seoul to protest against Japan’s plan to dump treated...

WHO urges governments to stop subsidizing life-threatening tobacco crops

“Tobacco is used by more than 400 million people in the Western Pacific Region, and every year, 3 million of them are killed by this deadly...

World Autism Day Sheds Light on Neurodiversity and Advocates for Greater Understanding and Acceptance

Today marks World Autism Day, a global event that aims to raise awareness about autism and promote understanding and acceptance of people on the...

Rotary’s relentless fight against polio in Pakistan: Aziz Memon

Pakistan is one of the two remaining countries in the world where polio, a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease, still persists. The other...

Polio strikes Pakistan after five months: Three-year-old boy tests positive

Pakistan has reported its first polio case of 2023 after a three-year-old boy in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Bannu district tested positive for the wild poliovirus...

FDI urges UN to act on oral diseases affecting billions

On World Oral Health Day, the FDI World Dental Federation (FDI) is calling for action against oral diseases, which affect nearly half the world’s...

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