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Syria army rebels fight from the shadows

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Working under the cover of darkness, their faces wrapped in scarves and black masks, defectors from Syria's army are still a bit of an unknown quantity in the rise of an armed challenge to President Bashar al-Assad.

Self-proclaimed Mr. Normal to run crisis-hit Spain

MADRID (Reuters) - If you say

Syria army rebels fight from the shadows

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Working under the cover of darkness, their faces wrapped in scarves and black masks, defectors from Syria's army are still a bit of an unknown quantity in the rise of an armed challenge to President Bashar al-Assad.

Lech Walesa's wife shakes Poland with frank biography

WARSAW (Reuters) - The wife of Nobel prize-winning Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa describes the loneliness and domestic grind she faced as her husband rose to power in a frank biography that is causing a stir in the country even before its official release.

Gambian president tipped for re-election

BANJUL (Reuters) - Gambian President Yahya Jammeh is poised to win a fourth term in elections this week in the West African country, popular with tourists for its tropical beaches but notorious for its human rights abuses and muzzled press.

Gambian president tipped for re-election

BANJUL, Nov 22 - Gambian President Yahya Jammeh is poised to win a fourth term in elections this week in the West African country, popular with tourists for its tropical beaches but notorious for its human rights abuses and muzzled press.

Insight - "The Lady" media splash presents new face of Myanmar

YANGON (Reuters) - As Myanmar loosens media controls, one woman's image is everywhere, from newspapers to magazines to television programmes: pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, or simply

South Africa passes secrets bill, media furious

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's parliament passed a bill on protecting state secrets on Tuesday despite criticism at home and abroad that it harks back to apartheid legislation and further harms the country's weakened credibility on tackling corruption.

Delegates bound to bring up sensitive issues in assembly, says Umno sec-gen

KUALA LUMPUR: Racially-sensitive issues are bound to be discussed at the upcoming Umno annual general assembly because the party is race-based.

South Africa passes secrets bill, media furious

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's parliament passed a bill on protecting state secrets on Tuesday despite criticism at home and abroad that it harks back to apartheid legislation and makes it easier for corrupt officials to conceal graft.