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A drug commonly prescribed to thin blood can be repurposed as a cheap antidote to cobra venom, a team of scientists based in Australia, Canada, Costa Rica and the UK has discovered.

In 2015 Australia’s multi-billion-dollar greyhound racing industry vowed it would clean up its act.

European politicians and diplomats had already prepared for changes to their relationship with the US in the event of a second Donald Trump presidency.

Self-exiled Chinese businessman Guo Wengui has been convicted by a US court of defrauding his online followers in a billion-dollar scam.

Donald Trump was greeted with chants of 'fight, fight, fight,' as he strode into the Republican convention on Saturday barely two days after surviving an assassination attempt.

Thailand has announced the inclusion of Sri Lankans among nationals of 93 countries eligible for visa-free entry into that country but the decision will be effective only after the Thai Embassy formally informs the Sri Lankan authorities in this regard, a source said.

The 2024 election campaign has a new iconic image: Donald Trump, moments after narrowly avoiding serious injury or death from an assassin’s bullets, standing with his fist raised, lines of blood streaked across his face, an American flag billowing in the breeze behind him.

China's foreign minister Wang Yi has hit back at Nato's "groundless accusations" that Beijing is helping Russia in its war on Ukraine.

A union representing workers at South Korean technology giant Samsung Electronics has called on its roughly 30,000 members to go on strike indefinitely, as part of its campaign for better pay and benefits.

A politician in South Korea is being criticised for making dangerous and unsubstantiated comments after linking a rise in male suicides to the increasingly “dominant” role of women in society.

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