Cuba confirms 110 killed in country’s deadliest plane crash since 1989

HAVANA (Reuters) – Cuban authorities said the fiery crash of an aging Boeing passenger jet on Friday shortly after takeoff from Havana had killed 110 people, 99 of whom were Cuban, making it the Caribbean island’s deadliest air disaster in nearly 30 years.

Venezuela accuses U.S. of sabotaging election with new sanctions

CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela on Saturday accused the United States of using new sanctions against its government’s top officials to sabotage a controversial presidential election on Sunday, which the country’s opposition says has been rigged.

Giro d’Italia: Chris Froome can still win title despite deficit, says Sir Dave Brailsford

Chris Froome can win the Giro d’Italia despite being three minutes off the pace, says Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford.

Why Doing What You Say Matters: Integrity Means Influence

If you’re running an organization, dealing with clients, or leading a team, having integrity means following through to do what you say you’ll do—no matter if it’s hard, costly, or unpleasant. Without integrity, your communication lacks substance. Without substance, your communication has no power.

Egypt detains socialist activist, lawyers say

CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt’s state security prosecutor on Saturday ordered a prominent activist detained for 15 days for investigation on charges of involvement with a banned group and inciting and taking part in illegal protests, rights lawyers said.