When doctors transplant a patient's own hair they take a small strip of hair and scalp from the back of the head. The hair here belongs to bodily hair. The follicles are resistant to male hormones and produce hair throughout a person's lifetime.
Wang Qishan is China's top official when it comes to fighting corruption. But as successful as he's been so far, he'll have to keep his eye on the ball in the future, says DW columnist Frank Sieren.
It's 30 years since Sir Alec Jeffreys discovered DNA Fingerprinting, sparking a revolution in crime investigation. But three decades on, are we guilty of relying too much on DNA evidence?
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People weren't able to vote in parts of Iraq due to security concerns. However, in Baghdad's bustling Karrada district, polling stations were full. The turnout among women, in particular, was high.
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