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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina's farmers have some questions for President-elect Alberto Fernandez, after the center-left Peronist won a decisive election on Sunday, ousting business-friendly leader Mauricio Macri.
SALADILLO, Argentina (Reuters) - There is a saying among farmers when times are hard on the Argentine Pampas: "Unsaddle the horse until the sun comes out". That saying is starting to spread in farm towns like Saladillo, after the populist-leaning Peronists won back power on Sunday.
JOHOREANS welcomed the third leg of Zurich Malaysia’s Eat Right to Play Right (ERTPR) Youth Cup 2019 with close to 400 children participating in the tournament that took place on Oct 19.
THE spirit of Deepavali shone in every vibrant masterpiece created by participants of The Art of Kolam Competition organised by Straits Quay Retail Marina in Penang.
Eating too fast or missing meals because we need to balance the demands on our time places unnecessary stress on our digestive system, and this can badly impact our health.
KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil futures surged to their highest level since June last year at RM2,359 a tonne on Wednesday as a Chinese decision to waive retaliatory tariffs on purchases of US soybeans boosted prices of rival soybean oil.
For many travellers, a trip to Bhutan is not just a spiritual one, but a chance to rediscover the joys of a simple life.
Mariammah Muthu is 94 but she still makes muruku from scratch, going to the mill to get the rice and urad dhal ground to fine flours and kneading the dough herself.
THE atmosphere at KL Gateway Mall was busy as volunteers packed fortified meals for the needy in a joint initiative by Cargill Malaysia and Rise Against Hunger.
BEIJING: China will intensify international cooperation with other countries to jointly fight hunger and ensure global food security, said a white paper.