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- 8,000 evacuated due to wildfire in Gran CanariaSome 8,000 people have been evacuated from several areas of Spain's Gran Canaria Islands due to a large wildfire that has spread to more than 3,400 hectares.
- Genes linked to Alzheimer's risk, resilience identifiedAn international team of researchers led by scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified a pair of genes that influence risk for both late-onset and early-onset Alzheimer's disease.
- IS claims responsibility for deadly suicide bombing at wedding hall in Kabul: mediaThe hardliner Islamic State (IS) outfit has claimed responsibility for the deadly suicide bombing at a wedding hall in Kabul on Saturday night that claimed over 60 lives and injured more than 180 others, a local media outlet reported Sunday.
- Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and Klaus Mangold debate economic coop issuesPresident of Kazakhstan received the former head of the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations, independent director at Baiterek National Managing Holding JSC, Klaus Mangold.
- Moon urges N. Korea, other parties to seize rare dialogue opportunityPresident Moon Jae-in called on North Korea and the United States on Monday to seize the current chance to achieve denuclearization and lasting peace, as Seoul and Washington are wrapping up their combined military drills.
- Barys HC signed Eric TangradiBarys HC officially announced signing of American left winger Eric Tangradi.
- Kazakh climbers stuck in snowdrift in Tien ShanA group of Kazakh climbers, namely, Murat Otepbayev, Andrei Korneyev and Alexander Checulin, who, unfortunately, died of pulmonary edema, got stuck in the snowdrift atop of Pobeda Peak in Kyrgyzstan.
- Korea takes first step toward free high school educationSouth Korea has taken a first step toward free high school education by exempting all third graders from their entire education expenses starting in the fall semester, the Ministry of Education said Monday.