Beijing court rules against woman who wanted to freeze her eggs

A Chinese court has overruled a rare legal challenge brought by an unmarried Beijing woman seeking the right to freeze her eggs. The Chaoyang Intermediate People’s Court in Beijing said in a judgment that the hospital did not violate the woman’s rights in denying her access to freeze her eggs. Teresa Xu received the court … Read more

Russia hits Ukraine’s Black Sea port in wake of grain deal – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian missiles hit Ukraine’s Black Sea port of Odesa hours after Moscow and Kyiv signed deals to allow grain exports to resume from there. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry denounced Saturday’s strike as “spit in the face” of Turkey and the United Nations, which brokered the agreements. Two Russian missiles hit the … Read more

DNA Helps Central Florida Investigators ID Victim 41 Years Later – NBC Los Angeles

Investigators have confirmed that remains unearthed in a Florida junk yard 41 years ago match a missing teenager, the victim of a serial killer now imprisoned for life in California, sheriff’s officials said. Hernando County Sheriff’s investigators, with an assist from the University of North Texas and Virginia-based DNA technology company Parabon Nano Labs, identified … Read more

Tahıl kriziyle ilgili anlaşma İstanbul’da imzalandı

Karadeniz üzerinden dünya pazarlarına tahıl ve diğer gıda ürünlerinin taşınmasına ilişkin anlaşma, Cumhurbaşkanı Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ve BM Genel Sekreteri António Guterresin katılımıyla Dolmabahçe Ofisinde imzalandı. üAnlaşmaya Milli Savunma Bakanı Hulusi Akar, Rusya Savunma Bakanı Sergey Şoygu ve Ukrayna Altyapı Bakanı Oleksandr Kubrakov imzalarını attı. Törende konuşan Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan Medeniyetlerin ve kıtaların buluşma noktası İstanbula … Read more

Hoping for a breakthrough, the search for answers on long Covid continues

A new US study is the latest to identify several factors that make some people more susceptible to long Covid than others. Yet with millions around the globe experiencing debilitating symptoms weeks or months after first being infected, the medical establishment does not yet understand why.  Patients who have been obese at some point prior to … Read more

Trump, Pence to campaign for rivals in Ariz. governor’s race

Former President Donald Trump and his estranged vice president, Mike Pence, will hold rival campaign events in Arizona on Friday, turning the governor’s race into a broader referendum on the Republican Party’s future. In the Aug. 2 primary, Trump is backing Kari Lake, a former television anchor who has embraced his lies about the 2020 … Read more

Jan. 6 probes: What’s next for Congress, criminal cases

This isn’t the end of the Capitol riot story. The House committee investigating the deadly events of a fateful, chilly January day — now a year and a half in the past — has wrapped up its hot summer series of televised hearings, each featuring revelatory details about the day of violence itself or the … Read more