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New Delhi hospital fires two doctors who mistakenly declared newborn dead

The baby was born at the Max Super Speciality Hospital in Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, last Thursday but pronounced dead two hours later, the boy's grandfather, Praveen Malik, told CNN. His mother had given birth to twins but the girl was declared stillborn. The parents were on their way to a cremation ground when they noticed "some movements" inside one of the polythene
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Kim Jong Nam had antidote to poison on him during his murder

Malaysia's High Court heard this week Kim Jong Nam had 12 doses of atropine in his sling bag when he was allegedly swabbed with VX nerve agent in Kuala Lumpur International Airport on February 13, news agency Bernama said. Defense lawyer Hisyam Abdullah also confirmed the report to CNN.Abdullah said K. Sharmilah, a government toxicologist, told the court Wednesday she
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Vatican defends Pope’s silence on Rohingya

Foreign diplomats, including US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, have called what Myanmar's military is doing to the Rohingya ethnic cleansing, a charge that its leadership and the country's defacto ruler Aung San Suu Kyi deny.However, the Vatican said the trip — the first ever by a sitting Pontiff — was organized before the refugee crisis occurred, and was
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Vatican defends Pope’s silence on Rohingya in Myanmar

Foreign diplomats, including US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, have called what Myanmar's military is doing to the Rohingya ethnic cleansing, a charge that its leadership and the country's defacto ruler Aung San Suu Kyi deny.However, the Vatican said the trip — the first ever by a sitting Pontiff — was organized before the refugee crisis occurred, and was
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Historic Papal Mass in Buddhist Myanmar

The pontiff's first visit to the staunchly Buddhist southeast Asian country, and the first ever by a sitting Pope, comes amid allegations of ethnic cleansing of the minority Rohingya Muslims in northern Rakhine State.In his sermon, the Pope said: "I know that many in Myanmar bear the wounds of violence, wounds both visible and invisible…We think that healing can come