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Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf answers a question from journalists at his farmhouse in Islamabad in December, 2013.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - A Texas doctor says Pakistan’s General Pervez Musharraf is suffering from an “alarming” heart condition, according to lawyers excusing the former military ruler’s latest no-show at a court to face treason charges.
The former dictator must be transferred to the United States for urgent treatment, according to a letter from cardiac specialist Arjumand Hashmi at the Paris Medical Center in Paris, Texas.
(CNN) -- A Chinese obstetrician convicted of selling babies after telling their parents they were sick has been given a suspended death sentence, China's Xinhua news agency reported Tuesday.
Zhang Shuxia, a maternity doctor at a hospital in Shaanxi province, in central China, sold seven babies to a trafficking ring in six separate cases from November 2011 to July 2013, according to statements posted on the official microblog account of the local court.
(CNN) -- A 30-year-old Michigan doctor who has been missing for almost a month was accused in September of stalking gospel artist Marvin Sapp, court records show.
Teleka Patrick failed to show up for work in Kalamazoo on December 6.
Sheri Fink has worked in multiple crisis zones as an aid worker and reporter and spent six years working on a just-published book about Hurricane Katrina. One year after Hurricane Sandy, her attention is once again on the storm that devastated her home city. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One on 1 profile.
Many journalists covered Hurricane Sandy. But not many are like Sheri Fink.
She's a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, the author of one of the seminal books about Hurricane Katrina, and a medical doctor who has served as an international aid worker in the Balkans, Mozambique and crisis areas around the world.