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CBSNews: Cold sore virus linked with Alzheimer's disease
The type of virus that causes cold sores may be linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease, according to two recent studies from Sweden.
Reuters: Special Report: Why Ukraine's revolution remains unfinished
A survey conducted early last month by USAID, a U.S. government agency, found that 74 percent of Ukrainians have little or no confidence in their parliament. Even outside Yanukovich?s former stronghold in the troubled eastern Donbass region, only 39 percent think the political system is democratic.
Daily Mail: Travellers vote the little-known Philippines outcrop of Palawan as the most exotic on Earth
The idyllic island of Palawan in the Philippines claimed top spot based on over 76,000 votes in Conde Nast Traveler?s Readers? Choice Awards for 2014.
Newsweek: New Therapy Leads to Lasting Remission in Leukemia Patients
According to a study describing the therapy, published yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine, 90 percent of the patients treated were in remission one month later.
TIME: Nigeria Is Ebola-Free: Here?s What They Did Right
The World Health Organization declared Nigeria free of Ebola on Monday, a containment victory in an outbreak that has stymied other countries? response efforts.
BBC: Why is the US Navy practising for war with China?
The US prefers to talk about engaging with China, but it is clear its navy is now also practising for a potential conflict, reports the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes.
BBC: Watching Hong Kong: Taiwan on guard against China
Hong Kong's Occupy Central demonstrations may be losing steam, but Taiwan's movement to resist China is only intensifying. While improved ties with China in recent years have been welcomed by many here, others worry about Beijing's growing influence.
Forbes: Why Ukraine, Georgia And Moldova Should Choose The EU
A comparison of the ECU versus the EU in a broader political and societal context reveals that the EU citizens enjoy greater political rights and civil liberties. A comparison of the ECU versus the EU in a broader political and societal context reveals that the EU citizens enjoy greater political rights and civil liberties.
CNN: Obama: GOP immigration stance is political suicide
Washington (CNN) -- Republicans are committing political suicide and putting the support of an entire generation on the line by opposing an overhaul of U.S. immigration laws, President Barack Obama said Thursday night.
TheDiplomat: Vietnam's Extensive Strategic Partnership with Japan
Japan alone among Asian states has the capacity to stand up and resist Chinese maritime assertiveness. It is in Japan?s interest to assist Vietnam in building up its civilian maritime security capacity. In return, Vietnam can be expected to provide diplomatic and political support to Japan in the region?s multilateral security institutions.
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