Australia court convicts woman of murdering mom to gain kids

Jun 21, 2018

An Australian jury has convicted an infertile woman of murdering a mother-of-four in a plot to gain custody of the children

From shrieks in bucket to laughs, Brazil Zika baby improves

Jun 6, 2018

A Brazilian boy who became a symbol of Zika-caused microcephaly is gradually improving with heavy doses of attention and care

Some Brazil 'Zika kids' try school, others fight to survive

Jun 6, 2018

Some Brazilian toddlers with microcephaly try out school while others, afflicted with myriad health problems, fight to survive

Former tennis No. 1 Maria Bueno hospitalized with cancer

Jun 5, 2018

Former No. 1-ranked tennis player Maria Bueno of Brazil is hospitalized in serious condition because of a mouth cancer

Rights group says disabled in Brazil needlessly confined.

May 23, 2018

Human Rights Watch says thousands of physically and mentally disabled children and adults in Brazil are "needlessly confined" to institutions where they suffer neglect and abuse

104-year-old Australian scientist seeks Swiss euthanasia

May 1, 2018

Australian supporters of voluntary euthanasia fear doctors will try to prevent a 104-year-old scientist from flying to Switzerland this week to end his life through that country's program of legal assisted dying

2,000 Kachin trapped by Myanmar fighting lack food, medicine

Apr 19, 2018

Leaders in the Kachin ethnic community say 2,000 civilians are trapped in the jungle after fleeing clashes between Myanmar's army and Kachin guerrillas and need urgent medical attention

Brazil yellow fever vaccination campaign far short of goal

Apr 13, 2018

Brazil's yellow fever vaccination efforts have fallen significantly short of their goal, the Health Ministry acknowledged this week, and an official said Friday that more than 16 million people in the targeted population still need to be immunized

Australian farm sells melons after fatal listeria outbreak

Apr 10, 2018

An Australian farm has recommended selling cantaloupes despite being blamed for an outbreak of the deadly listeria bacteria that the World Health Organization said killed seven people and caused a miscarriage in Australia

Aussies return to village; Kiwis send Tui home with mumps

Apr 10, 2018

As Australia's gold-medal favorites were readying to return to the Commonwealth Games village from their self-imposed training bubble, the quarantined New Zealand women's rugby seven squad was sending a mumps-affected player home

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