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Queen's Birthday Honours list 2018 in full – from famous names to Britain's unsung heroes Mirror 55 mins ago

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Football legend “King” Kenny Dalglish has become Sir Kenny as he leads more than 1,000 people receiving gongs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

The former Liverpool striker and manager, 67, is knighted …

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Queen's Birthday Honours list 2018 in full – from famous names to Britain's unsung heroes Mirror 24 mins ago

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Football legend “King” Kenny Dalglish has become Sir Kenny as he leads more than 1,000 people receiving gongs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

The former Liverpool striker and manager, 67, is knighted …

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Queen's Birthday Honours list 2018 in full – from famous names to Britain's unsung heroes

Football legend “King” Kenny Dalglish has become Sir Kenny as he leads more than 1,000 people receiving gongs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

The former Liverpool striker and manager, 67, is knighted for services to football, charity and the City …

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100 Bold Ideas to Improve Women and Children’s Health and Rights in the Developing World

TORONTO, May 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Grand Challenges Canada is proud to announce an investment of over CAD$10 million to test 100 new ideas to address persistent challenges in women’s and children’s health in low- and middle-income countries. CAD

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100 ideas to improve women and children's health and rights

Toronto, Canada - Grand Challenges Canada is proud to announce an investment of over CAN$10 million to test 100 new ideas to address persistent challenges in women's and children's health in low- and middle-income countries.  Over four million dollars is dedicated …

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IAEA Helps African Countries in the Production and Use of Radiopharmaceuticals for Cancer and Other Diseases

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) started a four-year project to help 17 African countries produce and apply vital radiopharmaceuticals for treating and managing cancer and other common diseases.

The new project builds on a previous IAEA effort to train nuclear …

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