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AZUL, Argentina (Reuters) - Gastón Blanchard, a farmer in Argentina's Pampas grains belt, has his eyes on the horizon waiting for rain. Clouds are starting to build, which he hopes will bring much-needed showers for his wheat crop, parched by months of dry weather.
From WINNIE ONG, Research Officer, Galen Centre for Health & Social Policy.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's embattled President Mauricio Macri took to the streets on Saturday with a defiant message: "Yes we can," he told crowds of supporters in Buenos Aires as he looks to launch an unlikely comeback ahead of general elections next month.
In Malaysia, faithful worshippers of the Nine Emperor Gods are flocking to temples to seek divine help and pray that the gods grant their wishes.
A study finds that replacing chips, crisps and processed meats with a serving of nuts every day is linked to less weight gain and lower obesity risk.
VISITING cities in the Middle East was never in my bucket list of travel destinations. Don’t get me wrong but I blame this on my lack of research and unfounded preconceived ideas of these destinations.
It is best you seek help from a doctor to help you recover from an illness rather than self-medicate. In addition, getting better is not just about consulting doctors and taking your medications on time; other aspects of recovery are also important.
NEW YORK: Oil prices eased on Friday on renewed concern over the U.S.-China trade war, but futures still posted weekly gains, with Brent marking its biggest weekly increase since January, after an attack on Saudi Arabia's energy industry last weekend.
LONDON (Reuters) - By the time David Kaisel got back from selling his flour at a farmers' market, a wildfire in California's Capay Valley had burnt both his tractor and the shipping container where he kept some tools. His insurer is set to pay out a sixth of his losses.