Polish Activist Convicted of Helping Woman Get an Abortion
Justyna Wydrzynska is found guilty in a Warsaw court of helping 'Annie' terminate her pregnancy by giving her misoprostol and is sentenced to eight months of community service. Photo: Aborcyjny Dream Team
Cannabis haul in Igoumenitsa
Two people were arrested in the town of Igoumenitsa, Western Greece for the possession of 67 kilograms of raw cannabis contained in packages in their car.
They were nabbed on Sunday after police officers spotted what they deemed to be a suspicious car in the town and hailed it down for an inspection.
They found 45 packages of raw cannabis, weighing a total of 66.98 kilograms.
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Livestock markets closed as foot-and-mouth disease spreads
Livestock markets in the provinces of Samsun, Denizli, Diyarbakır and Siirt have been closed as a precautionary measure due to the spread of the SAT-2 serotype foot-and-mouth disease of cattle in Türkiye.
Foot and mouth disease is once again on the agenda of Türkiye, deeply affecting the livestock industry.
UKC Ljubljana performs 1,000 robot-assisted surgeries
The UKC Ljubljana medical centre has performed a thousand robot-assisted surgeries since it first started using a robot surgery system in 2018. Hospital officials say robotic surgery has met all expectations and even surpassed them in some areas.
Experts sound alarm over lurking kidney disease
Around 10% of Greece's adult population suffers from some form of kidney disease, with 10% of that contingent having a serious problem that may have been averted at an earlier stage, the Hellenic Society of Nephrology (ENE) said on Thursday - World Kidney Day - urging greater awareness and more thorough preventive testing.
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Ministry issues warning over mosquito-borne diseases
The Health Ministry has issued an announcement drawing the public's attention to mosquitoes that transmit dengue fever and the Zika and Chikungunya viruses.
The ministry has sent a circular to all health authorities in the country to take emergency measures to combat mosquitoes, especially within environments with potential mosquito breeding sites (ponds, greenery etc).
Organizations, individuals produce prostheses for quake survivors
The deadly earthquakes last month have caused much sorrow and pain, particularly for those who underwent amputation, as their lives have taken a completely new turn, trying to hold on to hope to start their lives afresh.
Bulgaria: Huge Number of People Infected with COVID-19 in a Home for the Elderly in Dobrich
An explosion of people infected with COVID-19 has been detected in the Home for Old People in Dobrich. The positives for coronavirus infection are among both users and staff.
The necessary anti-epidemic measures have been taken to limit the spread of the infection.
47 cases of the infection have been established so far. Four are positive from the staff.
Bulgaria: A Nurse was Stabbed in Sofia by a 70-year-old Man - She is in Stable Condition
There is no danger to the life of the nurse who was attacked with a knife at her workplace yesterday. She is in a stable condition and has been placed in the intensive care unit of the hospital, where she will stay for another day or two, reports the "Tsaritsa Ioana" hospital, where she was admitted.
Media revealed: Fauci lied, the Gates Foundation involved as well
As it turned out, those emails date back to 2020, and eight weeks later, Fauci stood next to US President Donald Trump at a White House press conference and cited the document as proof that the theory of the virus leaking from a laboratory in Wuhan was implausible.