A man has been killed in a machete attack and two suspects shot and wounded by police in Woolwich, south-east London.
The Met Police said a murder inquiry was being led by its Counter Terrorism Command. Prime Minister David Cameron said the UK would "never buckle" in the face of terror attacks.
Footage has emerged showing a man wielding a bloodied meat cleaver and making political statements.
Police confirmed two men had been arrested in connection
We have witnessed fewer and fewer wars between countries since 1945, and so there is no reason to doubt that they could disappear like other horrifying acts. Psychologist and cognitive scientist Steven Pinker at Harvard University thinks it is completely conceivable that wars between countries might go the way of slave auctions, debtors’ prisons and other barbaric customs. He argues that while there is plenty of violence around the world, and more ways of killing each other, we have witnessed fewer
On April 9th, Hannah Warren, a 2 1/2 –year-old girl born without a windpipe, underwent groundbreaking surgery to receive a bioengineered trachea. It was performed at Children’s Hospital of Illinois and was only the 6th operation of this kind ever attempted.
2 ½ years in the hospital
Since birth, Hannah has lived in the intensive care unit of a Korean hospital, breathing through a tube inserted through her mouth and down her throat. Her condition is very rare and is
A new study published April 8 in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology provides improved insight into how to increase the number of full-term births in the United States. Twenty-five hospitals across America took part in a year-long study aimed at improving full-term delivery rates, with full-term being defined as delivery at or after 39 weeks of gestation. Doctors aim to deliver babies no earlier than 39 weeks as “full-term deliveries give infants [the] best chance to develop and thrive.” In
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