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The controversial pop star is also facing charges of driving under the influence in Florida and is under investigation for vandalism in LA

October, 2013: French President Francois Hollande and first lady Valerie Trierweiler accompany guests following a meeting at the Elysee Palace

Valerie Trierweiler: ‘If Francois Hollande hadn’t been President, perhaps we would have still been together’

The former French First Lady spoke to journalists during humanitarian visit to Mumbai

A Pakistani health worker gives a polio vaccine to children in a poor neighborhood that hosts displaced people from Pakistani tribal areas and Afghan refugees, on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan

Bill Gates: Violence in Pakistan and Nigeria threatens plan to eradicate polio by 2018

Billionaire philanthropist spoke after polio workers were killed in Pakistan

A policeman and relatives gather around the flag-draped casket of a policeman, who was killed in a bomb attack in Charsadda, on the outskirts of Peshawar

A boy and six policeman killed in Pakistan bicycle bomb attack

The policemen were guarding polio vaccination workers

Rukhsar Khatun was the last child in India to be diagnosed with polio

India 'to be declared polio free' after three years free of the disease

World Health Organisation to make landmark declaration next month

Was the testosterone filled James Bond susceptible to bouts of man flu?

Man flu is no myth say scientists, with 'manly' men more susceptible

Men with high levels of testosterone have a secret flaw - less effective immune systems, researchers have discovered

More than 50 senior scientists from 14 countries are denouncing claims that the ferret experiments are necessary for the development of new flu vaccines and anti-viral drugs

'Untrue statements' anger over work to make H5N1 bird-flu virus MORE dangerous to humans

Coalition of leading scientists claim ferret experiments could lead to a pandemic

Vaccines were found to be out of date at the Norris Road Surgery in Cheshire

Maggots in surgeries and out-of-date vaccines: Thousands of patients' lives put at risk by ‘years of basic GP failures’

New CQC report reveals pockets of bad practice and serious lapses in safety standards

'Unacceptable' that only half of NHS staff took routine flu vaccination

NHS staff who do not take a routine flu vaccine this winter are putting frail patients' lives at risk, a leading doctor has warned.

Cameron failed to deliver on promise of ‘greenest government ever’, say NGOs

Report claims Coalition’s record on the environment has steadily worsened as more than a third of pledges not met

Eligible adults may be given flu vaccine vouchers to use at their local pharmacies

Getting vaccinated is a civic duty, warn health experts

Britons should be given vaccination record cards and be advised it is their “civic duty” to get immunised, experts recommend on Tuesday, warning that increasing migration, an ageing population and the growth of antibiotic resistance is increasing the threat posed by infectious diseases.

In July, the JCVI said that giving the vaccine to children was unlikely to be cost-effective

Government doctors to reconsider whether UK should vaccinate all children against deadly disease meningitis B

Britain has fourth highest meningitis B levels in Europe

GlaxoSmithKline's Pandemrix swine flu vaccination

38 sue swine flu drug firm over complaints of rare sleep disorder

HPA scientists found evidence of link between GlaxoSmithKline's Pandemrix jab and narcolepsy cases in children

Diabetes UK urges flu jab uptake

Lives are being put at risk because people with diabetes are not getting their free flu vaccine, a charity has warned.

The UK aims to help vaccinate up to 360 million children by 2018

Britain to give £100m to help the battle against polio, International Development Minister announces

Outbreaks in Syria and East Africa threaten to reverse decades of progress in eradicating the disease

Refugee Syrian children wait for a medical check up in a corridor of newly opened refugee camp in an old school in Sofia, Bulgaria – a gateway to the European Union for migrants fleeing Syria via Turkey

Any denial of medical care is a weapon of war against Syrians

An immunisation campaign is urgently needed

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