Three suspects were recently convicted of allegedly killing members of Iran's Basij Resistance Forces during protests in Isfahan, but rights groups question the fairness of the trials.
A trial involving 156 participants diagnosed with bipolar disorder, depressive disorder and other psychiatric disorders finds that subjects with bipolar disorder respond to ketamine therapy better.
In a study that spanned over five years, scientists in the US found that providing older subjects with vitamin D or Omega-3 fish oil supplements resulted in a lower rate of autoimmune disease, especially after two years of taking the supplements.
The defence argued that R. Kelly's accusers were motivated by money to lie about his alleged sexual abuses.
“A healthy person subjected to what Mr. Floyd was subjected to would have died,” said prosecution witness Dr. Martin Tobin, a lung and critical care specialist.
Eighteen year-old Darnella Frazier, who shot the viral video of George Floyd's deadly arrest by former police officer Derek Chauvin, says at the trial that she has felt remorse for not physically interacting and not saving his life.
Health officials conducting a trial involving 32,000 volunteers found the Covid-19 vaccine by Oxford University and AstraZeneca has 79 percent efficacy in preventing symptomatic illness with no increased risk of blood clots.
During arguments, impeachment managers showed a flurry of excerpts from former president Trump's speeches in which he told supporters the only way he could lose is if the election results were rigged.
Italian judge orders PM Giuseppe Conte and an array of senior officials to testify at a hearing into whether far-right leader Matteo Salvini should be tried for illegally detaining migrants.
A suspect was arrested after a knife attack took place near the former office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a police source said.
Fourteen suspects face charges including financing terrorism, membership in a terrorist organisation and supplying weapons to the attackers that killed 12 people in 2015.
Israeli protesters have been demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's resignation over corruption charges and the way his government has handled the crisis triggered by coronavirus pandemic.
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