U.S.-led strikes have killed 910 people in Syria - monitorPublished: 11/22/2014 20:08
Air strikes by U.S.-led forces in Syria have killed 910 people, including 52 civilians, since the start of the campaign against Islamic State and other fighters two months ago, a group monitoring the conflict said on Saturday
EU agrees law to curb plastic bag usePublished: 11/21/2014 20:01
EU governments unanimously approved a new law to slash the use of plastic grocery bags on Friday, hoping to curb litter on land and a spreading "plastic soup" in the world's oceans
Frenchman seen in Islamic State video of beheadingsPublished: 11/18/2014 08:08
A Frenchman is believed to have been among Islamic State jihadists appearing on a video showing the severed head of U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig, but a British man denied earlier reports his medical student son was there too
Briton, Frenchman seen in Islamic State video of beheadingsPublished: 11/17/2014 19:50
A British medical student and a Frenchman who went to Syria last year are believed to have appeared in a video showing a squad of Islamic State jihadists beheading Syrian soldiers and displaying the severed head of American aid worker Peter Kassig.
No safety concerns yet in trials of GSK's Ebola vaccinePublished: 11/17/2014 18:42
Almost 200 people have received GlaxoSmithKline's experimental Ebola vaccine in trials in the United States, Britain, Mali and Switzerland, and the safety data so far are "very satisfactory", scientists said on Monday.