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  • Qat habit draining Yemen’s precious groundwater

  • Qat habit draining Yemen’s precious groundwater

  • Love hotels, slum hostels seek slice of World Cup pie

  • Piracy off Somalia curbed, but still a threat

  • The GDP-well-being gap

  • The art of war

  • The art of war

  • The art of war

  • The art of war

  • Vietnamese minister sorry, vows to protect investors

  • India’s Modi gets a hero’s welcome as new era begins

  • Fourteen-man Sharks stun Crusaders

  • Scott to take over from Woods with no fuss

  • Taiwan 10s tourney rumbles in Banqiao

  • Taiwan 10s tourney rumbles in Banqiao

  • Taiwan 10s tourney rumbles in Banqiao

  • Taiwan 10s tourney rumbles in Banqiao

  • Taiwan 10s tourney rumbles in Banqiao

  • Casey fires 9-under back nine to trail leader Todd

  • Wiggins retains the California lead as Chaves wins stage

  • Nadal edges past Murray in epic Rome quarter-final

  • Park Hee-young leads Kingsmill Championship

  • Bouhanni wins fourth-stage Tour of Italy

  • Bouhanni wins fourth-stage Tour of Italy

  • BLH dominate in Taipei with a 10-1 win against Thors

  • ANTI-CHINA PROTESTS: Critics fault ‘one China’ policy

  • Ko sounds off at book event

  • Groups for LGBT rights protest bias and bullying

  • Foreigners speak about Taiwan during RTI speech contest

  • Bangladesh ferry toll rises to 45

  • Kim Jong-un’s ‘executed’ ex alive and well, North Korean television shows

  • Kim Jong-un’s ‘executed’ ex alive and well, North Korean television shows

  • VIETNAM PROTESTS: On high seas, Vietnam, China play tense game

  • Turkish firm, government deny negligence in mine

  • US, France warn Moscow on Ukraine provocations

  • Canada vending machines serve medical marijuana

  • Canada vending machines serve medical marijuana

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