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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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    Israel winery uses Indian music to improve quality
    International

    Israel winery uses Indian music to improve quality

    An organic winery perched on a hill surrounded by holm oaks and olive trees in Israell's biblical region of Galilee produces innovative wines whilst spiritual Indian music play which allegedly improves the quality.

    HK leader commits to creating platform for dialogue
    International

    HK leader commits to creating platform for dialogue

    Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Tuesday said she was willing to create a platform for dialogue, but will not sanction an independent investigation into police actions during the political crisis that has rocked the city for almost three months.

    Bangladesh ready to start Rohingya repatriations
    International

    Bangladesh ready to start Rohingya repatriations

    Bangladesh said on Monday it would be ready to start the repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar on 22 August, nearly two years after members of the Muslim minority fled violence in the western state of Rakhine in light of a military crackdown.

    Ex-Malaysian PM's corruption trial postponed
    International

    Ex-Malaysian PM's corruption trial postponed

    A Malaysian court on Monday postponed a trial against former Prime Minister Najib Razak for his alleged role in the embezzlement of billions in public funds that contributed to his shocking election defeat last year.

    39 mn people suffer from hunger in Latin America: FAO
    Health

    39 mn people suffer from hunger in Latin America: FAO

    An increase in the number of people suffering from hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean, now totaling 39 million, is a cause of concern for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), according to its deputy representative for that region.

    Calm reigns over Hong Kong on 11th weekend of protest
    International

    Calm reigns over Hong Kong on 11th weekend of protest

    The 11th weekend of protests in Hong Kong got off to a peaceful start on Saturday before a moderate degree of tension flared again between police and pro-democracy activists.

    Czech scientists find way to extract water from air
    International

    Czech scientists find way to extract water from air

    A team of scientists from the Technical University in Prague have said they found a method of extracting water from air using an autonomous solar-powered system.

    Myanmar ready for repatriation of over 3,600 Rohingya
    International

    Myanmar ready for repatriation of over 3,600 Rohingya

    Myanmar said on Friday it was prepared for Bangladesh to repatriate more than 3,600 Rohingya refugees who fled violence in Rakhine state two years ago after a military-led crackdown against the Muslim minority.

    Jailed Australian Cardinal's fate to be decided next week
    International

    Jailed Australian Cardinal's fate to be decided next week

    An Australian court on Thursday announced that it would hand down its judgment on Cardinal George Pell, who has been convicted to six years in prison for abusing two boys in the 1990s, next week.

    Cathay Pacific sacks 2 pilots for HK protest involvement
    International

    Cathay Pacific sacks 2 pilots for HK protest involvement

    Hong Kong's flagship airline Cathay Pacific on Wednesday said it had fired two of its pilots who had participated in the mass pro-government protests in the special-status Chinese territory.

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