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The “largest” surface villas in the world, opened in the resort of Soneva Fushi in the Maldives

The resort opened, he claims, the largest one- and two-bedroom surface villas on September 25th. How big is it exactly? The one-bedroom villas have an area of ​​6,286 square meters and the two-bedroom ones have an area of ​​9,224 square meters. Although there are above-ground villas with more square footage, these are the largest one- and two-bedroom villas available. There …

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Magawa, the “hero rat” from Cambodia, wins gold medal for anti-personnel mine hunting

Magawa, an African giant rat, received a gold medal from the British Veterinary Charitable People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) for his work on unharmed mines in Cambodia. Decades of conflict have left the Southeast Asian country dotted with millions of landmines, unexploded ordnance (NEB) and other explosive remnants of war that still kill or injure dozens of people each …

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A London policeman was shot dead by a man detained at the station, and the attacker then pointed a gun at himself – RT UK News

An employee was shot dead at a police station in Croydon after their colleagues did not find a gun hidden by a recently arrested suspect who then tried to take his own life. The incident happened at approximately 2:15 a.m. local time at the Croydon Trusteeship Center in Windmill Lane. The 23-year-old suspect was arrested moments before the shooting, allegedly …

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As foreigners leave, Singapore has seen a decline in population for the first time since 2003

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s population has shrunk for the first time since 2003 as travel restrictions and job losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic have pushed foreign workers out of the global business center. Office workers wearing face masks walk in Singapore’s central business district during the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Singapore, 17 August 2020. REUTERS / Edgar …

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At the meeting, India made notes to Pakistan on Kashmir

The MEA said Pakistan had no comment on India’s internal affairs New Delhi: On Thursday, India struck a blow against Pakistan to raise the issue of Kashmir at a virtual meeting of the multilateral group CICA and advised Islamabad to end its “overt and covert” support for cross-border terrorism. In a sharp reaction, the Foreign Ministry said Pakistan had abused …

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Volkswagen will pay compensation for cooperation with the dictatorship of Brazil Brazil

German carmaker Volkswagen has agreed to pay millions in compensation to former employees in Brazil persecuted during the country’s military dictatorship. An investigation by the Brazilian government found that Volkswagen was one of several corporations that secretly collaborated with the military government from 1964 to 1985 to identify suspected “subversives” and trade unionists. Compensation payments announced Thursday were agreed between …

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