UK man cleared for AIDS after stem cell transplant, becomes second patient to be free of HIV

The case is a proof of the concept that scientists will one day be able to end AIDS, the doctors said, but does not mean a cure for HIV has been found.

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Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India has demonstrated lack of faith throughout the proceedings, alleges Pakistan at ICJ

India moved the ICJ in May in 2017 against the "farcical trial" by the military court of Pakistan against 48-year-old Jadhav.

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International Court of Justice rejects Pak request to adjourn Kulbhushan Jadhav case after ad hoc judge Gillani falls ill

Pakistani judge Tassaduq Hussain Gillani, 69, had reportedly suffered a heart attack

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Pak ad hoc judge Gillani did not suffer heart attack at ICJ, say doctors

The Pakistani judge will be present in the court on Thursday, his family told WION.

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Pakistan embarrassed to disclose charges against Kulbhushan Jadhav, says India at ICJ

During the hearing, Salve said Pakistan had ignored thirteen requests for consular access and Jadhav wasn't informed about his right by Pakistan authorities.

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Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pak's case 'irrelevant', says India as hearing begins at ICJ

The ICJ has set a timetable for the public hearing in

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INF treaty with Russia has been invalidated: Germany

Heiko Maas, the German foreign minister said Russia was still in breach of the INF treaty.

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Brexit: I don't want to leave EU without a deal, PM Theresa May to lawmakers

Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union on March 29, however, May's plan was rejected by parliamentarians on January 15 leading to a stalemate.

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Greek Parliament ratifies Macedonia name change

Macedonia has already ratified the deal, brokered last year, and its prime minister promptly sent a tweet hailing the Greek parliament's vote.

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British PM Theresa May presents Brexit 'Plan B', seeks to engage civil society, trade unions

May said there is no majority for a second referendum.

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Risk of 'no deal' has never seemed so high, says EU negotiator after PM May loses Brexit vote in Parliament

London's FTSE 100 index rose slightly at the open on Wednesday after the UK parliament handed the British government a bruising defeat

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After Brexit defeat in Parliament, PM Theresa May's government to face no confidence vote today

British Parliament had voted against Theresa May's government on the Brexit deal with a  432 to 202 margin after heated debates over weeks.

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Poland mayor stabbed during charity event; undergoes surgery

Paramedics resuscitated Pawel Adamowicz, 53, at the scene before taking him to hospital where he underwent surgery.

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UK PM Theresa May suffers early defeat as Brexit debate restarts in Parliament

Lawmakers voted 308-297 in favour of demanding the government come up with an alternative plan within three working days — rather than a planned 21-day limit — if May loses Tuesday's vote on her…

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France to introduce new law to curb unauthorised demonstrations: PM Edouard Philippe

Many "yellow vest" demonstrators are demanding that centrist President Emmanuel Macron resign.

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