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One in three South Koreans have borrowed money to buy houses and they took larger amount of loans than other debtors, becoming one of the main reasons behind the ballooning household debt in Asia's fourth-largest economy, a report showed.
Western society is chronically sleep-deprived, according to a Nobel Prize winner specializing in circadian rhythms.
The Iranian minister of health, who is visiting Pakistan, said the implementation of bilateral agreements between the two countries especially those related to export of Iranian pharmaceutical products would be discussed with Pakistani authorities.
Experts from various African countries have called for innovation and creativity to ensure quality research that will help make relevant policies to handle various challenges facing the continent.
The CEO of an Iranian knowledge-based firm specializing in rehabilitation technologies announced the company’s access to soft robot technologies.
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan, heading a high-ranking delegation, arrived here on Monday to hold talks with the Iranian officials.
Hurricane Nate flooded the streets of Biloxi, Mississippi on Sunday, October 8, as the storm made its second landfall on the Mississippi coast according the National Weather Service.
Rescue operation under way after boat overcrowded with people fleeing Myanmar violence sinks on its way to Bangladesh.
Population growth, increasing urbanization, modern technologies, and climate change are transforming the world at a fast pace. But what direction are these transformations headed in? Are they benefiting the poor and the food insecure? And will the food systems of the future be able to feed and employ the millions of young people poised to enter labor markets in the decades to come?
Iran's Ambassador to the United Nations Gholam-ali Khoshroo said if the US wishes to remain credible in future multilateral negotiations, it cannot attempt to scuttle the JCPOA.
Embedding GPs in casualty departments to free up emergency staff slashes waiting times and hospital admissions for children, but increases antibiotic prescriptions, a study has shown.
Fostering monetary conditions conducive to economic growth were a constant consideration for Indian policymakers, but would not take priority over achieving the central bank's inflation target, Governor Urjit Patel told a newspaper on Monday.
Democratic Senator Brian Schatz from Hawaii has said that US President Donald Trump’s policy of brinkmanship against North Korea could lead the United States toward an accidental war, as tensions rise between Washington and Pyongyang.
Original literature has led the children's book market as children's books have become the fast-growing and most vibrant segment of China's book market.
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has defended Pyongyang’s nuclear program as a ‘powerful deterrent’ against US threats, playing down the effect of the Washington-backed UN sanctions slapped on his country over its military activities.
Thousands in Barcelona reject a split with Spain amid speculation a unilateral independence declaration could come soon.
The worst Ebola outbreak ended in 2016 after infecting more than 28,000 people and killing about 11,300 people worldwide.
Prices may rise and home deliveries could be slower unless the retail sector retains access to all EU workers after Brexit, a trade body has warned.
As fighting rages in the central African nation, almost two-thirds of Congo's refugees arriving in Zambia are children.
Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, said increasing employment and vitality in the society is a top priority for the incumbent administration.