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WASHINGTON (AFP): In early 1974, Do Da was top in espionage class, on the way to becoming a high-flying CIA agent: he handled himself better in the rough, carried heavier loads, and could brush off attackers.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cubans queued for hours for public transport on Friday at peak times in Havana, sweating in the heavy heat, while queues at gas stations snaked several blocks long, as a fuel shortage that the government blames on U.S. sanctions began to bite.
CHENNAI (Reuters) - In the small village of Bangarampettai, 20 miles from India's manufacturing capital Chennai, about 150 people last month "captured" a water tanker, breaking its windscreen and deflating its tyres before handing it over to a nearby police station.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Wall collapses in Mumbai and nearby towns, caused by the worst monsoon rains in a single day in 14 years, killed 30 people on Tuesday and disrupted rail and air traffic, prompting officials to shut schools and offices.
HAPPY Fathers Day to all who are celebrating! Being a parent is a profound honour, and one that I have the privilege of bearing. I am a proud father of two, and as a working parent, I fully acknowledge the importance of both parents having the time and support they need to be present for their children and play and active role in their development.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian police fired tear gas on Wednesday to disperse protesters in central Jakarta following a rally held after official results showed President Joko Widodo had been comfortably re-elected, a Reuters witness said.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudanese artist Rashid Drar used to work from home. Now the 44-year-old's canvas is any empty piece of wall he can find by a month-long sit-in outside the Defence Ministry in Khartoum.
Pregnant Cathay Pacific flight attendants threaten to all go on sick leave after staff member becomes 33rd person in Hong Kong to catch measles this year
Latest incident involves staff member who works in customer relations department, and is 13th airline and airport employee infected The 26-year-old woman told health officials she had already been vaccinated against the disease
MANILA (Reuters) - It's 3.30 a.m. in the Philippines and much of San Jose Del Monte is fast asleep.