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BASHIQA, Iraq (Reuters) - Saad Hussein, a 42-year-old Yazidi Iraqi, is one of the last in the northern region of Nineveh producing the anise-flavoured spirit, arak, from local dates.
YEREVAN/BAKU (Reuters) - Armenia and Azerbaijan said on Tuesday their foreign ministers would meet U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Washington on Friday in efforts to end the heaviest fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh since the 1990s.
MELAKA: An ancient Hokkien festival aimed at “cleansing” a place of evil spirits will be held here next month to get rid of any Covid-19 negativity.
PENDANG: The Seri Banian Malay Customs Village, which was set up by a silat master, offers glimpses of the old Malay world to visitors.
Upcoming stamp museum looking for contributors to enrich collection, educate public on mail service.
The country predicts that international visitors to its famed Angkor Archaeological Park will start to rebound gradually from next year if Covid-19 vaccines are available, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Tourism said.
PHNOM PENH, Oct 19 (Xinhua): Cambodia predicted that international visitors to its famed Angkor Archeological Park will start to rebound gradually from next year if Covid-19 vaccines are available, a spokesman for the Ministry of Tourism said on Monday.
BAKU/YEREVAN (Reuters) - A new ceasefire in the mountain territory of Nagorno-Karabakh was in jeopardy on Monday with Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces reporting shelling and heavy fighting.
PARIS (Reuters) - French police on Monday raided Islamic associations and foreigners suspected of extremist religious beliefs, police sources said, three days after a suspected Islamist beheaded a school teacher.
KANANGRA-BOYD NATIONAL PARK, Australia (Reuters) - At work, Morgan Philpott cares for sick children. In his off-hours the Australian paediatric nurse turns his attention to an equally defenceless group: unwell koalas.