Sao Paulo/ At least 25 inmates were killed, including six who were decapitated and burned, in clashes between rival criminal factions at a prison in northeastern Brazil, local media reported yesterday. Yangon/ A ferry sank in a river in northwestern Myanmar, killing at least 32 people with scores missing, a rescue official said yesterday. About 150 people had been rescued from the Chindwin River in the Sagaing region after the ferry capsized on Saturday. Beijing/ China’s Foreign ministry said yesterday it would retaliate after Slovakia President Andrej Kiska met visiting exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, a man accused by Beijing of promoting independence for the Himalayan region. Dubai/ Iranian forces launched air defence drills in Isfahan yesterday, Fars news agency reported. The drills aim to display the country’s ability to safeguard its airspace.