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Sunday, November 18, 2018

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Frozen tuna are displayed before the first tuna auctions on the opening day of the new Toyosu fish market in Tokyo

Bells, Bids and Traffic Jam as World’s Largest Fish Market Reopens...

TOYOSU, Japan (Reuters)  The world's largest fish market resumed operations at a new location in Tokyo on Thursday, after final auctions last week at the...
Josephine Xuereb scoops salt into buckets at the salt pans at Xwejni, outside the village of Zebbug on the island of Gozo

Maltese Family Keeps Ancient Salt-Harvesting Tradition Alive

By Darrin Zammit Lupi ZEBBUG, Malta (Reuters) Under the scorching Maltese sun, Josephine Xuereb carefully sweeps salt originating from the Mediterranean Sea into small piles,...
An aerial picture of the airport in Maldives.

Sunk Costs: Airports Taking Action against Rising Seas, Storms as Climate...

By Jamie Freed SINGAPORE (Reuters) Global airport operators, faced with rising sea levels and more powerful storms as the climate changes, are starting to invest...
Visitors pose for pictures against Table Mountain at a viewing site in Cape Town

South Africa to Relax Visa Rules to Boost Investment, Tourism

By Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo PRETORIA (Reuters) South Africa will ease some immigration rules, including agreeing visa waiver agreements with more countries, in an effort to boost...
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man performs the Tashlich ritual ahead of Yom Kippur in Ashdod, Israel

Ahead of Yom Kippur, Ultra-Orthodox Jews Cast Out Sins with Chickens...

JERUSALEM (Reuters) Waving chickens above their heads, ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel performed the ritual of "kaparot" ahead of Yom Kippur, the most sacred day...
Orthodox Christian pilgrims pray on the eve of the Elevation of the Cross holiday at Krustova Gora

Christian Pilgrims Pray for Miracles at Bulgarian Holy Site

SOFIA (Reuters) Nadia Mironova drove 350 km with her ill eight-year-old son to a small monastery in southern Bulgaria, trusting, like hundreds of other...
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