Joshua Martinangeli, 7, is too ill to go to school. But the German student can still interact with his teacher and classmates through an avatar robot that sits in class in his place and sends a blinking signal when he has something to say.
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Pakistan on Friday launched its first-ever comprehensive National Security Policy that it said was centred on regional peace and economic connectivity, and stressed that it wanted improved relations with arch-rival neighbouring India.
Ukraine said Friday it had uncovered clues Russia could have been behind a cyber attack that knocked out government websites in Kyiv at a time of mounting tensions between both neighbours.
Several high school students sitting their university entrance exam in Tokyo were wounded on Saturday in an apparent knife attack, Japanese media said.
12 coaches of the Guwahati-Bikaner Express train derailed near the Maynaguri town of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal on Thursday.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting for his political future Friday as outrage mounted after his belated apology for attending a party during lockdown and as a fresh report emerged of other raucous gatherings at his office.
The United States does not believe Russia has decided to invade Ukraine but is prepared no matter which path it takes, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Thursday.
The World Health Organization approved two new Covid-19 treatments on Friday, growing the arsenal of tools along with vaccines to stave off severe illness and death from the virus.
The son of a transplant recipient who was implanted with a genetically modified pig heart in a first-of-its-kind surgery, called his father's procedure "a miracle."
US President Joe Biden said Thursday he is "disappointed" in the Supreme Court decision striking down his mandate for medium and large businesses to vaccinate or test their employees for Covid-19.
Actor Ali Fazal shared the poster of his upcoming murder mystery thriller ‘Death on the Nile.’ The film is an adaptation of British Writer Agatha Christie’s novel of the same name.
A preliminary US study of nearly 70,000 Covid positive people showed a substantially reduced risk of hospitalisation and death from Omicron even after controlling for growing population immunity levels.
World Health Organization Emergency Director Mike Ryan on Wednesday refuted statements made by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro that the Omicron variant of the coronavirus would be welcome and that it could even bring about the end of the pandemic.
A Canadian father, unvaccinated against Covid and "opposed to health measures," lost the right to visit his 12-year-old after a Quebec judge ruled his visits would not be in the child's "best interest."
The fact sheet for Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine has been revised by U.S. regulators to warn of the risk of a rare bleeding disorder.
Biography on National Award actor Manoj Bajpayee authored by TV Journalist Piyush Pandey is going to be released in the month of January.
Taiwanese rescuers on Wednesday located the wreckage of a F-16V jet that crashed into the sea a day before, less than two months after the island launched the first squadron of its most advanced fighters.
With heated stalls and hot milk, life couldn't get more glamorous for Saudi Arabia's most beautiful camels when they stay at a luxury compound near Riyadh
Top American scientist Anthony Fauci slammed a vaccine skeptic Republican senator for unleashing "crazies" who were threatening his life and harassing his family, in unusually emotional congressional testimony on Tuesday.
A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that US regulators' re-worked anti-trust case against Facebook can go ahead, saying the complaint was more robust and detailed than the version denied last year.