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There was still no decision on the timing and circumstances of the chronically ill infant's being taken off life support, however. [Read More]
His parents accepted medical experts' consensus that there was no realistic hope that an experimental therapy might save their son. [Read More]
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In 1942, a Swiss shoemaker and his wife set out across a glacier to milk their cows that were grazing in a neighboring area. The... [Read More]
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The mystery of what happened to Marcel Dumoulin, a shoemaker, and his wife, Francine, a teacher, had haunted residents of Les Diablerets for decades. [Read More]
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Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin left behind seven children and an enduring mystery when they left home and were never seen again. [Read More]
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Previous inquests into the tragedy, which killed at least 2,400 people, have left critical questions unanswered. [Read More]
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In an abrupt shift, a London hospital said Friday that it would reconsider its decision to turn off life support for Charlie Gard, a brain-damaged... [Read More]
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The carriers joined Etihad Airlines, which was cleared over the weekend, in receiving an exemption to the restrictions on electronic devices. [Read More]
Charlie Gard, who turns 11 months old Tuesday, was born with an extremely rare genetic disease. He is blind and deaf, and he cannot breathe... [Read More]
Last-minute interventions by President Trump and Pope Francis drew attention to a profoundly difficult bioethical matter, but, experts said, they may have made a tragic... [Read More]
Pope Francis and President Donald Trump have weighed in on the case of a severely ill infant in Britain, a bioethical and legal case in... [Read More]
Latest inquiry cited police misconduct, omissions. [Read More]
"No jump, it's important, no jump," the instructor said in English, according to Spanish court documents. But 17-year-old Dutch teen Vera Mol apparently heard "now... [Read More]
A former police officer will be charged with manslaughter. The catastrophe killed 96 fans, who were crushed or trampled. [Read More]
Vera Mol, a Dutch teenager, threw herself from a 130-foot-high bridge after hearing an instructor's English command of "no jump" as "now jump." [Read More]
In U.K., all 75 buildings tested for fire safety have failed... [Read More]
Results raise possibility of even more evacuations. [Read More]
All 75 high-rises in Britain that have been tested for fire safety since the Grenfell Tower tragedy have failed. [Read More]
Thousands face evacuation as the authorities race to see how many high rises have been wrapped in the same combustible cladding as that at Grenfell... [Read More]
All 75 high-rises in Britain that have been tested for fire safety since the Grenfell Tower tragedy have failed, a leading government official said Monday,... [Read More]
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