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BENI, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - Wearing leather leggings under her dress, Imelda Mbambu weaves her motorcycle taxi through the city of Beni in north east Congo, a handbag slung across her side and a happy customer perched on the back.
LONDON (Reuters): British actress Diana Rigg, who came to fame in the cult 1960s TV show The Avengers and recently appeared in Game of Thrones, died on Thursday aged 82.
HEBRON, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian grape farmers are boasting a bumper crop this year, helped in part by coronavirus lockdowns that gave many of them more time to till their vines in the occupied West Bank.
TAILANDIA, Brazil (Reuters) - Mauro Lucio Costa wanted to do the right thing for the world's largest rainforest.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - James Hill often told his family he just wanted to live moment to moment, like a Buddhist monk. He said it was the only way to survive 14 years in prison after being given a sentence he believed was unjust. But as his release date neared this spring, his nieces and nephews started encouraging their 72-year-old "Uncle Jim" to start thinking about the future.
ATHENS, July 31 (Xinhua) -- The first thing that welcomes the visitor to the tiny store of Olgianna Melissinos in the heart of Monastiraki, the old commercial district at the foothills of the Acropolis in the Greek capital, is the overpowering smell of genuine leather.
PETALING JAYA: It was supposed to be a short drive home. But what was meant to be a routine 15-minute trip turned into a nightmare for Lean Ming Yi when he got trapped in the luxury car he was driving after a flash flood hit.
KUALA LUMPUR: As the Proton Saga marks its 35th anniversary, some employees of the national carmaker recalled their sacrifices in the early days when the model was first rolled out.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has started trade talks with the European Union (EU) and is open to dialogue with the United Kingdom for a free trade agreement, the trade minister said on Saturday, as Asia's third largest economy looks for new markets for its products.