A controversial ban on gay men being blood donors is bringing shame on Northern Ireland, student leaders are set to claim. The ban is to be raised by student union officials at the NUS-USI annual conference which begins in Co Fermanagh today.
Meet the world’s largest family of ten suffering with the rare condition of albinism. Roseturai Pullan, 50, his wife Mani, 45, and their six children, grandson and son in law were all born with the genetic skin condition.
Parents should be allowed to have their newborn babies killed because they are “morally irrelevant” and ending their lives is no different to abortion, a group of medical ethicists linked to Oxford University has argued.
At the time of writing, Khader Adnan, a Palestinian baker from the West Bank village of Arabeh, near Jenin has been on hunger strike for 62 days in protest to him being detained without trial, charge, evidence levelled against him or questioning.
Swedish doctors and survival experts were calling it the "case of a lifetime" yesterday after an emaciated and near-speechless 44-year-old man was dragged from an icebound car, claiming he had been inside the vehicle for two months.
When six-month pregnant Jenny Wright was called a ‘selfish cow’ while out for a run in Leeds’ Roundhay Park, she assumed she’d misheard. But as she told the Mail On Sunday earlier this month, she wasn’t hearing things.
If your favourite meat is chicken, you might want to look away now – as a damning food study has revealed that one in five supermarket chickens contain potentially deadly food poisoning bacteria. The study, conducted by watchdog consumer group Which?
Durham County Council will ban the number 13 from council houses after a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday. The 'unlucky' number will erased from streets and cul-de-sacs, on new builds and conversions in existing streets.
Due to a rare disorder, Kerry Trebilock, 21, has eaten her way through 4,000 washing-up sponges and more than 100 bars of soap. The dental nurse from Cornwall suffers from pica, a condition that drives people to eat inedible objects.
English has been the dominant global language for a century, but is it the language of the future? Jennifer Pak finds that for some in South East Asia, Mandarin Chinese is becoming increasingly important.