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Spain's former prime minister is in Venezuela 'to see how the situation is (regarding) favorable scenarios of possible dialogues.'
Honduran officials declare a medical state of emergency for the mumps epidemic that has infected over 5,500 people since January.
The vote that could lead to the dissolution of Congress was triggered by delays in congressional debates on anti-corruption reforms.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he may not attend the annual U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York over fear of his life. 
An Israeli advocacy group Club Z posted a screenshot of the email on Facebook which was shared by other pro-Israel groups and made it viral on social media.
South Africa will introduce the Kiswahili language in schools from 2020 to foster better relationships between African nations and pave a way for decolonization.
Public Eye, an NGO from Switzerland blamed Swiss-made pesticide for farmers' death in India, and called for an export ban.
China's support of US$5 million to the United Nations Development Programme has helped Dominica and Antigua and Barbuda in their rebuilding efforts.
The historic feat gives the Orioles the honor of being the first team in professional sports history to accessorize their kit with braille letters.
Lloris was one of the heroes of France's commanding march to their second football World Cup in 20 years. The triumph turned the 31-year-old into a national hero and confirmed his status as one of the most respected goalkeepers in the world.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise cheered the young athlete on her success, writing: “Congratulations and thank you to our Naomi who made us so proud today."
Kaepernick is the most visible face among NFL players who have been using the anthem over the past two years to protest against social injustice and police brutality.
The film tells the story of an elderly couple, abandoned by their children, who live wishing for their visit, and maintaining their religious customs respectful of nature.
Hundreds of fans decked out as iconic and beloved characters, such as mother of dragons and Captain America, flocked to the inaugural Comic Con Africa.
The group of scientists theorizes that the marks - cross-hatch lines, which forms a shape similar to the hashtag symbol - on the red-pigmented rock fragment is about 73,000 years old.
After a 19 year trial, Peru has finally recovered the Sican Mask, an archeological object dated from pre-Incan times.