Spanish engineers extract drinking water from thin air
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Study confirms ancient Spanish cave art was made by NeanderthalsNeanderthals, long perceived to have been unsophisticated and brutish, really did paint stalagmites in a Spanish cave more than 60,000 years ago, according to a study published on Monday.
Olympics-Water polo-US women crush Canada to race into semi-finalsReigning champions the United States blitzed neighbours Canada 16-5 to storm into the semi-finals of the women's Olympic water polo competition on ...
'Good heart whoever you are': Resident hands window cleaners drinks out the window, video goes viralA heartwarming video shared over the weekend captured a man handing drinks out the window, to window cleaners. The act of kindness caught the attention of many, garnering thousands of views within just a day of being posted. Foreignworkers kindness
Malaysia PM defies calls to quit, wants confidence vote next monthKUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) -Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin defied on Wednesday mounting pressure to quit, saying he retained majority support among lawmakers and would prove it when the southeast Asian nation's parliament reconvened next month. The biggest bloc in Muhyiddin's ruling alliance, the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO), is split on its support for the prime minister, who has governed with a razor-thin majority in an unstable coalition since coming to power in March 2020. In a televised speech, Muhyiddin said King Al-Sultan Abdullah agreed that he should stay in power until the confidence vote, even though some members of his coalition had withdrawn support.
Latin singer Selena featured in new US comic bookSelena, the Tejano music performer killed in 1995, will be the star of a U.S. comic book debuting later this month.Selena, whose birth name was Selena Quintanilla-Perez, will be the focus of 'Female Force: Selena,' a comic book in English and Spanish being released by TidalWave Comics on Aug. 11. '