Doctors at Sushruta Trauma Center in New Delhi performed leg surgery on a man admitted for a head injury after mistaking him for another patient with a broken leg.
A mummified human body recently found in Tehran may be the remains of former Iranian monarch Reza Shah Pahlavi.
Finland’s government recently announced it will discontinue its universal basic income experiment, in which it provides unemployed citizens a monthly salary in lieu of benefits.
If pedestrians in at least two cities in central China attempt to cross the road when the light is red they get wet. The system uses motion senses to detect a pedestrian’s whereabouts and the water hits around knee height.
Severe turbulence on a flight from Amritsar to Delhi on April 19, caused one passenger to hit his head on an overhead cabin and two others to suffer minor injuries.
On April 24, Michigan State Police ordered 13 truckers to park below an overpass to break a suicidal man’s fall if he chose to jump.
Security forces killed 37 Maoist militants between April 22 and 23 in central India.
The Taliban launched several attacks on police and military posts in Afghanistan April 23 and 24.
A court in Toronto charged a 25-year-old man April 24 with 10 counts of first-degree murder one day after a van plowed through pedestrians.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg told CBS News April 22 he will write a $4.5 million check to help cover the United States’ 2018 financial commitment to the Paris Climate Accord.