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The Borneo Post
Lung cancer and smoking: It’s never too late to quitSarawak in 2001, he left home for the first time to Singapore where he obtained
The Borneo Post / Posted 13 hours ago
Sarawak in 2001, he left home for the first time to Singapore where he obtained his masters in internal medicine from the National University of Singapore and completed his advanced specialist training in Medical Oncology from the National... Read more
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Gulf News
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old graveNew South Wales state 750 kilometres west of Sydney.He was studied in the natio
Gulf News / Posted 16 hours ago
New South Wales state 750 kilometres west of Sydney.He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologised for the pain caused by... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
New freeze spray that kills tickswith the potentially life-threatening parasite. Having trained in microbiology
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
with the potentially life-threatening parasite. Having trained in microbiology and chemistry, working for the Australian National University and then in food regulation bodies in the Commonwealth government, she devised a pocket-sized solution,... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
North Korean soldier shot while escaping to South had parasites inside his body: Doctorsinfection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country
Hindustantimes.com / Posted yesterday
infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” said Choi Min-Ho, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites. The soldier’s condition was “not surprising at all... Read more
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The Courier Mail
N Korean’s body full of parasitesthat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
CO2 released by plants 11 times that of human activity: studyfrom teams around the world suggests plants could be contributing up to 11 time
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
from teams around the world suggests plants could be contributing up to 11 times as much. A study involving the Australian National University, Western Sydney University, and centres around the world has found plants release more carbon dioxide... Read more
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Adelaide Now
N Korean’s body full of parasitesthat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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Herald Sun
N Korean’s body full of parasitesthat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
N Korean’s body full of parasitesthat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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News.com.au
N Korean’s body full of parasitic wormsthat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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FOX News
'Enormous number' of parasites in North Korean defector's body, doctors saythat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
FOX News / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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FOX News
'Enormous number' of parasites in North Korean defector's body, doctors saythat parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent
FOX News / Posted yesterday
that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” Choi Min-Ho, of the Seoul National University College of Medicine, told Reuters. Min-Ho said the injured defector’s condition was “not surprising at... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
North Korean defector found to have 'enormous number of parasites'infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country," Choi Min-Ho, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites, told Reuters. The soldier's condition was “not... Read more
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EuroNews
Watch (if you dare): 27cm parasite removed from North Korea defector40 to 50 years ago, had all but disappeared as economic conditions greatly impr
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
40 to 50 years ago, had all but disappeared as economic conditions greatly improved. Hong Sung-tae, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites, says their presence north of the heavily fortified... Read more
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Canberra Times
The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road homeof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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EuroNews
Drone footage shows devastation of floods in GreeceDrone footage filmed by the National University in Athens and images taken by o
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
Drone footage filmed by the National University in Athens and images taken by our correspondent show the scale of the floods that have taken the lives of at least 16 people with six others still missing. The footage, taken over Mandra in the Atica... Read more
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Gulf News
Worm, 27cm long found in North Korean defector’s bodyinfection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country
Gulf News / Posted yesterday
infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country,” said Choi Min-Ho, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites.The soldier’s condition was “not surprising at all... Read more
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dna
Huge parasitic worms, including one 27 cm long, in North Korean soldier leaves top surgeon shockedinfection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country
dna / Posted yesterday
infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country," said Choi Min-Ho, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites. The soldier's condition was "not surprising at all... Read more
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Inquirier.net
NU gets golden double in UAAP taekwondoNational University secured a double championship in the UAAP Season 80 taekwon
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
National University secured a double championship in the UAAP Season 80 taekwondo, dominating the three-day competition. The Bulldogs bagged their first men’s title after going undefeated in all their six outings including an identical 6-1 wins over... Read more
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BBC News
Australia's oldest human remains head home1967. Image caption Mungo Man's repatriation was completed on Friday The remai
BBC News / Posted yesterday
1967. Image caption Mungo Man's repatriation was completed on Friday The remains of Mungo Man were taken to the Australian National University in Canberra to be studied. Carbon dating showed they were about 42,000 years old - Australia's oldest... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-year-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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Mashable
Australia's oldest human remains at 40,000 years old have returned homeremoval caused much distress to the Traditional Owners of the Lake Mungo region
Mashable / Posted yesterday
removal caused much distress to the Traditional Owners of the Lake Mungo region. The remains were held at the Australian National University until 2015, until a decision was made to return them, along with the remains of about 100 other... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Injured defector's parasites and diet hint at hard life in North Koreainfection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country," said Choi Min-Ho, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites. The soldier's condition was "not surprising at all... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lighting a fire across countryof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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The Courier
Lighting a fire across countryof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
The Courier / Posted yesterday
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-year-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
Daily Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bones of contention: Australia returns ancient Aboriginal remains for outback burial- the world's oldest continuing culture - dating back around the time Neanderth
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
- the world's oldest continuing culture - dating back around the time Neanderthals occupied Europe. The Australian National University, whose researchers removed the remains, issued a formal apology when it turned the remains over to the... Read more
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New York Daily News
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
New York Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fire and smoke on Mungo Man's long road homeof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-year-old gravecarried his remains in a coffin. Since he was found, he was studied in the nat
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 2 days ago
carried his remains in a coffin. Since he was found, he was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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The Courier
Fire and smoke on Mungo Man's long road homeof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 2 days ago
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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CTV News
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old gravecarried his remains in a coffin. Since he was found, he was studied in the nat
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
carried his remains in a coffin. Since he was found, he was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-old graveWales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the n
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 days ago
Wales state 750 kilometers (470 miles) west of Sydney. He was studied in the national capital Canberra at the Australian National University, which handed him back to traditional owners two years ago and formally apologized for the pain caused by... Read more
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The Age
The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road homeof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The long way: fire and smoke for Mungo Man and the ancestors on their road homeof the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains wer
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
of the Willandra region - were never consulted when their ancestral remains were taken by researchers to the Australian National University in Canberra. Deeply concerned, the traditional owners called for their ancestors to be returned, and... Read more
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DW
Australia's ancient Mungo Man returned to Aboriginal burial ground |long protested over the decision to remove the ancient remains and transport th
DW / Posted 2 days ago
long protested over the decision to remove the ancient remains and transport them to Canberra for studies at the Australian National University. The University made a formal apology to Aboriginal elders two years ago. The remains were also placed in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Mungo Man heading back to countryremains on the shore of the ancient and long-dry Lake Mungo, 750 kilometres wes
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
remains on the shore of the ancient and long-dry Lake Mungo, 750 kilometres west of Sydney, in 1968. He and an Australian National University team initially unearthed the remains of Mungo Lady, who'd been cremated then buried more than 40,000... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fact check: Is Newstart spending growth lower under the Coalition and are recipients moving off it faster?after three and 12 months.What the experts say Peter Whiteford of the Crawford
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
after three and 12 months.What the experts say Peter Whiteford of the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University told Fact Check it was clear that the rate of growth in spending on Newstart and Youth Allowance for the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mungo Man returned to ancestral home where he died 40,000 years ago— around the same time as Neanderthals were roaming Europe. After his remains
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
— around the same time as Neanderthals were roaming Europe. After his remains were uncovered he was moved to Australian National University in Canberra where he was kept for about 40 years. It was during this time that scientists were able to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian National University graduates nation's best for employabilityGraduates from the Australian National University are favoured by the nation's
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Graduates from the Australian National University are favoured by the nation's employers and are listed among the world's most sought after degree holders, according to rankings released this week. Times Higher Education placed the ANU 21st in the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Injured otter rescued and treated in first such operationon site and working relatively quiet," said Mr Sivasothi, who is also a senior
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
on site and working relatively quiet," said Mr Sivasothi, who is also a senior lecturer of biological sciences at the National University of Singapore. The wounded otter with seven of his family members were eventually rounded up in an... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
NU nears golden double in kickfestNATIONAL University stayed perfect in both the men’s and women’s divisions, mov
Manila Standard Today / Posted 2 days ago
NATIONAL University stayed perfect in both the men’s and women’s divisions, moving closer to its first-ever golden double yesterday in the UAAP Season 80 taekwondo tournament at the Blue Eagle Gym. The back-to-back title-seeking Lady Bulldogs... Read more
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The Age
Australian National University graduates nation's best for employabilityGraduates from the Australian National University are favoured by the nation's
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Graduates from the Australian National University are favoured by the nation's employers and are listed among the world's most sought after degree holders, according to rankings released this week. Times Higher Education placed the ANU 21st in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian National University graduates nation's best for employabilityGraduates from the Australian National University are favoured by the nation's
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Graduates from the Australian National University are favoured by the nation's employers and are listed among the world's most sought after degree holders, according to rankings released this week. Times Higher Education placed the ANU 21st in the... Read more
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The Manila Times
Lazaro, Otico shock fancied rivals6-3, 6-1, and No. 4 pick Ronard Joven in the third round, 7-6 (3), 6-3. Defend
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
6-3, 6-1, and No. 4 pick Ronard Joven in the third round, 7-6 (3), 6-3. Defending champ Patrick John Tierro vanquished National University standout Fritz Verdad, 6-1, 6-1 to secure his seat in the semis of the tournament supported by The... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Total number of injured from Joo Koon train collision rises to 36SINGAPORE: The total number of injured rose to 36 after seven more people sough
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
SINGAPORE: The total number of injured rose to 36 after seven more people sought treatment at National University Hospital (NUH) and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. NUH admitted one walk-in patient while Ng Teng Fong General Hospital admitted five... Read more
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The Manila Times
NU, UST eye another girls finals showdownREIGNING girls champion National University and University of Santo Tomas hope
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
REIGNING girls champion National University and University of Santo Tomas hope to seal another title duel as they faced lower ranked foes in the UAAP Season 80 high school volleyball Final Four today at the Filoil Flying V Centre. The Bullpups take... Read more
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