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5 Black Lives Matter activists shot in Minneapolis

Minneapolis - Minneapolis police said Tuesday that three men have been arrested in connection with an apparently racially motivated shooting that left five members of the Black Lives Matter movement hospitalized on Monday night.

Alvarez takes No.9 spot in P4P rating after beating Cotto

Mexican boxing star Saul "Canelo" Alvarez took the No.9 spot in the Ring's rating of the Top 10 pound-for-pound list after his unanimous decision win against Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nev.

Op-Ed: Tobruk government may sabotage huge Glencore deal with NOC

Tobruk - Before the rebellion against Gadaffi, Libya was pumping 1.6 million barrels of oil a day. Now, it is pumping about one quarter that amount with new problems constantly popping up.

Toronto woman defrauded March of Dimes of $800,000, police say

Toronto - An employee who worked for March of Dimes for several years has been charged with allegedly defrauding the charity of $800,000, according to Toronto Police. They say Karima Manji, 50, was the organization's property manager for non-profit residences.

Germany to send 650 troops to Mali to relieve France

Berlin - Germany will send up to 650 soldiers to Mali, Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday, to provide some relief to France in its global fight against the Islamic State jihadists.

Afghan army in rescue bid for Taliban chopper crash hostages

Balkh - The Afghan army launched an operation Wednesday to rescue 18 hostages including two Moldovans captured by the Taliban after their helicopter crash-landed in the north, officials said.

Amazon is warning users that their password may have been leaked

Just days away from Black Friday, Amazon is reportedly emailing a currently unknown number of users to inform them their password may have been visible during a potential leak of the company's database. It remains unclear how the breach happened.

Erdogan says Turkey does not want escalation with Russia over jet

Istanbul - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said Turkey did not want any escalation with Russia over its downing of a Russian plane on the Syrian frontier but vowed to always defend Turkish borders. "We have no intention to escalate this incident.

Tyson Fury sees Klitschko fight easiest in his career

Unbeaten British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is confident of victory against heavyweight multiple titlist Wladimir Klitschko saying their Saturday encounter in Dusseldorf, Germany would be one of the easiest fights of his career.

Magnitude 7.5 quake strikes Peru: USGS

- A large magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck eastern Peru, though there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties from the very deep temblor, the US Geological Survey reported Tuesday.

Offensive emblems banned in Call of Duty: Black Ops III

In an attempted to create a fun gaming atmosphere, Treyarch is banning players who use offensive emblems and logos when playing Call of Duty: Black Ops III.

U.S., France warn against escalation after Russia jet downing

Washington - France and the United States joined NATO and the United Nations in calling for a de-escalation of tensions Tuesday after Turkey shot down a Russian war plane over its volatile border with Syria.

Attackers storm Indian army camp in Kashmir

Srinagar - Armed militants stormed an army camp in Indian-administered Kashmir Wednesday near the heavily militarised border that divides the disputed territory with Pakistan, police said.

Video: Chicago police 'execute' teen; officer charged with murder

Chicago - Chicago police have released 2014 dashcam video footage showing an officer shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times—including at least twice in the back—and the officer who fired the fatal shots has been charged with first-degree murder.

In Sweden, migrants live in fear of arson attacks

Lund - "I came from my room to see what was happening. I saw the fire and ran outside," says Dawit, a 13-year-old Ethiopian boy living in a Swedish centre for asylum seekers.

Tuareg and Tebu tribes in south of Libya agree to ceasefire

Doha - After a conflict that has lasted over a year, the Tebu and Tuareg tribes that control territory in the south of Libya have signed a ceasefire. Much of the conflict has been in the southern city of Obari.

'Human, technical errors to blame' for Afghan hospital strike

Kabul - US forces who launched a deadly air strike on an Afghan hospital had intended to attack a nearby Taliban-controlled compound, military officials told American media, citing an investigation set to blame human and technical error.

Russian soldier killed in search for pilots of downed plane: military

Moscow - A Russian soldier was killed Tuesday during a failed operation to rescue two pilots whose jet was shot down by Turkey on the Syrian border, Moscow announced.

Interview: Charlie Puth talks 'Nine Track Mind' and future plans Special

Singer-songwriter Charlie Puth chatted with Digital Journal about his forthcoming album, "Nine Track Mind," which will be out on Jan. 29 on Atlantic Records.

Anne Frank was a refugee who was denied asylum in U.S.

As the horrors of Hitler's Holocaust unfolded, growing in scope and severity, the United States and other nations failed to take action to save Jews, sending boatloads of Jewish refugees back to their almost certain deaths.
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