COYUCA DE CATALAN, Mexico (Reuters) – The Mexican army says its fight against surging opium production that feeds U.S demand is increasingly complicated by the rise of smaller gangs disputing wild, ungoverned lands planted with ever-stronger poppy strains.
PYONGYANG/SEOUL (Reuters) – From carrot-flavored toothpaste and charcoal facemasks to motorcycles and solar panels, visitors to North Korea say they are seeing more and more locally made products in the isolated country’s shops and supermarkets, replacing mostly Chinese imports.
BBC Panorama’s Darragh MacIntyre presses the social media giant. Watch Panorama on BBC One at 19:30 BST on 8 May 2017.
MANILA/HONG KONG (Reuters) – China and the Philippines have joined forces to tackle illegal gambling, part of Beijing’s broader campaign to curb illicit capital outflows and a pledge by Manila to weed out unscrupulous operators from the country’s booming gaming industry.
CARACAS (Reuters) – Jailed opposition Venezuelan politician Leopoldo Lopez is well and is urging street demonstrators to keep up massive anti-government protests, his wife said on Sunday after her first visit with the former presidential hopeful in over a month, putting to rest rumors of his ill health.
James Reed, CEO of recruitment company Reed Group, explains how bees have taught him about business. Video journalist Greg Brosnan.
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Customers of a major bank can “switch off” their debit card to online purchases or set ATM limits.