• A bungling British spy proved he was no James Bond when his carefully chosen disguise fell off during a TV interview. The MI6 agent was appearing on BBC's " The One Show" to discuss the agency's role during intelligence operations. The spy, called "John," was wearing a fake moustache and disguise to conceal his identity, but as he was quizzed the heat from the camera lights weakened the adhesive and his moustache began to peel away from his lip.


    A bungling British spy proved he was no James Bond when his carefully chosen disguise fell off during a TV interview. The MI6 agent was appearing on BBC's " The One Show" to discuss the agency's role during intelligence operations. He, called "John," was wearing a fake moustache and disguise to conceal his identity, but as he was quizzed the heat from the camera lights weakened the adhesive and his moustache began to peel away from his lip. (Photo: yangtse.com)
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    The undated file photo shows a mummy being checked at a museum in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina. The 50 to 60-centimeter mummy which was made from a 2-year-old child about 900 years ago and was found in the northern province of Salta 40 years ago, was stolen from the museum on Feb. 15, said the police. (Xinhua photo)