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Day to Day Headaches: Youngest Mother (May 14, 2017)

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Macron inaugurated at Elysee Palace. Learn More
North Korea launches a new unidentified missile as tensions with US fester. Learn More

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Dutch fertility clinic owner accused of using own sperm to secretly father 60 children. 

The head of a Dutch fertility clinic is accused of using his own sperm and not that of selected donors to father dozens of children.
Twenty three parents and children of those born through IVF treatment at Bijdorp medical centre, in Rotterdam, have gone to court to ask for DNA tests on Jan Karbaat, who died aged 89 last month. Karbaat, who ran one of the country’s largest sperm banks in the 80s and 90s, billed himself as “a pioneer in the field of fertilization”.

Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

Friday's cyber-attack has affected more than 200,000 victims in 150 countries, Europol chief Rob Wainwright says.
He told the BBC the act was "unprecedented in its scale" and warned more people could find themselves affected on Monday morning. Learn More

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China's Xi lays out $900bn Silk Road vision amid claims of empire-building

Global leaders attend ‘Belt and Road’ infrastructure summit to praise plan Xi Jinping says will bring a new ‘golden age’ of globalisation.  Learn More

Big Pharma's Industrial Pollution Goes Unchecked, Breeds Superbug Crisis

Industrial pollution from Indian pharmaceutical companies making medicines for nearly all the world's major drug companies is fueling the creation of deadly superbugs, suggests new research. Global health authorities have no regulations in place to stop this happening.
A major study published May 6 in the prestigious scientific journal Infection found "excessively high" levels of antibiotic and antifungal drug residue in water sources in and around a major drug production hub in the Indian city of Hyderabad, as well as high levels of bacteria and fungi resistant to those drugs. Scientists told the Bureau of Investigative Journalism the quantities found meant they believe the drug residues must have originated from pharmaceutical factories. Learn More

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US signs treaty to protect Arctic, giving some hope for Paris agreement.

Secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, signs a commitment to curb greenhouse gas emissions and to extend scientific cooperation in the Arctic region. Learn more

Kushner Cos says to skip China marketing push this weekend. Learn More

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Chinese lawyer 'wore torture device for a month'.

It's a form of restraint that would be more in keeping with the practices of a medieval dungeon than a modern, civilised state.

But the device - leg and hand shackles linked by a short chain - is a well-documented part of the toolkit that the Chinese police use to break the will of their detainees.
And it is one that they allegedly forced one of this country's most prominent human rights lawyers to wear, for a full month. Learn more

Defence Secretary unable to deny Trident nuclear submarines run on same outdated software hackers exploited to cripple NHS systems.

'I have complete confidence in our nuclear deterrent'. Learn more

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This Weeks Most Important Historic Event Happens

In the 14th of May 1939

Lina Medina becomes the world's youngest confirmed mother in medical history at the age of five.

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