Published: June 13, 2021
Football betting is expected to intensify during the European Football Championship 2020, currently underway, the Centre for Gambling Studies (CGS) said on Saturday, while warning parents to keep an eye on their children.
Published: June 11, 2021
WASHINGTON - With coronavirus vaccines available to adolescents and adults, regulators are now turning their attention to younger children and the level of proof needed before authorizing shots for children as young as six months.
Published: May 13, 2021
Stavian Rodriguez squeezed his 15-year-old body through the drive-through window of the Okie Gas Express convenience store, poking his hands out first so police could see that they were empty. He jumped to the ground, holding his hands in the air, then lifted his shirt to reveal a gun tucked into his front waistband. Using the tips of his thumb and index finger, Rodriguez gently pinched the end of the barrel far from the trigger and dropped the weapon to the ground.
Published: May 06, 2021
The scenes we are witnessing in South Asia are unlike anything our region has seen before. Family members of patients are pleading for help as the region reels under an acute shortage of medical-grade oxygen. Exhausted health workers are being pushed to the brink of collapse. We are faced with a real possibility that our health systems will be strained to a breaking point – leading to even more loss of life.
Published: May 06, 2021
TORONTO - Canada on Wednesday became the first country to authorize the use of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children ages 12 to 15, a step hailed by officials as a "significant milestone" in the countrys fight against the coronavirus.
Published: May 01, 2021
Johnny Crawford, who reigned as one of televisions most popular young actors while starring as Chuck Connorss sensitive son on "The Rifleman," then parlayed his screen success into a string of Top 40 hits as a teenage crooner in the early 1960s, died April 29 at an assisted-living home in the Sun Valley section of Los Angeles. He was 75.
Published: April 10, 2021
While significant progress has been made in addressing statelessness in Thailand, hundreds of thousands of people, including over 200,000 children, are still living without Thai or any nationality, including those without any identity documentation, a study by Legal Research and Development Centre at the Faculty of Law in Chiang Mai University said.
Published: March 31, 2021
Despite some advances, children in the far South remain more disadvantaged in key areas such as nutrition, immunisation, availability of books at home, basic learning skills and secondary school attendance, according to a Unicef-supported survey by the National Statistical Office (NSO) released today.