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    Agencia EFE, S.A. is a Spanish international news agency, the major multimedia news agency in Spanish language and the world's fourth largest wire service after the Associated Press, Reuters, and Agence France-Presse.

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    Duterte discourages Pacquiao from running for Philippines presidency
    International

    Duterte discourages Pacquiao from running for Philippines presidency

    The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte discouraged his friend Manny Pacquiao, senator and world boxing champion, for running as presidential candidate in 2022, after his own term ends.

    More clashes erupt in Hong Kong
    International

    More clashes erupt in Hong Kong

    Clashes erupted once again on Tuesday on the streets of Hong Kong as protesters and security forces locked horns, a day after a strike in the former British colony was marred by violence that left a total 128 people injured and led to more than 260 being arrested.

    'Catastrophic' conditions complicate dowsing of Australia bushfires
    International

    'Catastrophic' conditions complicate dowsing of Australia bushfires

    Australian firefighters on Tuesday have said that "catastrophic" conditions like a rise in temperature, dry environment and strong winds have complicated the dowsing of the raging bushfires in New South Wales and Queensland.

    Saudi Aramco releases preliminary IPO prospectus
    International

    Saudi Aramco releases preliminary IPO prospectus

    Saudi Arabia has moved a step closer towards listing its national oil giant Aramco on its domestic exchange by releasing the preliminary prospectus for what is slated to be the world's largest initial public offering (IPO).

    Bolivia's Morales calls to defend democracy amid coup fears
    International

    Bolivia's Morales calls to defend democracy amid coup fears

    Bolivian President Evo Morales has urged citizens to defend democracy in the face of what he termed a coup attempt against the constitutional order, after police were seen joining opposition-led protests in many places across the country.

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez now has her own doll
    International

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez now has her own doll

    Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a New Yorker with Puerto Rican roots who is among four non-white Congresswomen US President Donald Trump wants to "leave" the country, now has her own doll.

    Venezuelan currency depreciates by 97.36% this year
    International

    Venezuelan currency depreciates by 97.36% this year

    The Venezuelan currency, the bolivar, has depreciated by 97.36 per cent so far in 2019 amidst the ongoing economic crisis, according to the country's Central Bank.

    Over 31,400 displaced due to quakes in Philippines
    International

    Over 31,400 displaced due to quakes in Philippines

    More than 31,400 people have been displaced from their homes by the two massive earthquakes measuring 6.6 and 6.5 on the Richter Scale that jolted Mindanao Island in the Philippines last week, the government said on Monday.

    McDonald's CEO fired over relationship with employee
    International

    McDonald's CEO fired over relationship with employee

    American fast-food giant McDonald's announced that it has fired CEO Steve Easterbrook for violating company policy by having a relationship with an unidentified employee.

    HK police arrest election candidates amid ongoing protests
    International

    HK police arrest election candidates amid ongoing protests

    Hong Kong police fired teargas into election candidate meetings in the Asian financial hub to disperse pro-democracy activists on Saturday afternoon.

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