Students of Jamia Millia Islamia University were allegedly brutally attacked once again, with some students saying even their genitals were hit with sticks.
“They think they can get away with it if they keep it under a certain level.”
It's spring. Time for the ornamental pear to shine.
And one in four adults say they'd swim one hour after getting diarrhea.
An expert assesses the likelihood of a gas attack in the capital, and what the potential fallout would be.
A group of researchers figured out the average pee-to-water ratio by tracking an artificial sweetener that passes through the body. Gross!
Public pools contain 30 to 80 milliliters of urine per person.
America's growing demand for cheap poultry is squeezing the industry, and the people who work long shifts at breakneck speed for low pay, often with little compensation for injuries incurred on the job, are bearing the brunt of it.
The UN Security Council unanimously approved a resolution negotiated by the US and Russia that aims to investigate chemical weapons attacks in Syria.
The Syrian doctor and an aid group told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that the Syrian government has attacked Idlib province with weaponized chlorine gas 31 times in the past three months.
Syrians working to save civilians from deadly barrel bombs and alleged chlorine gas attacks again went to the UN to ask for help.
In an interview airing on French public television, Assad says that French and Syrian intelligence agencies are “in contact” despite the lack of diplomatic relations between the two countries.