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Tactical Preview: Swansea - Manchester United

Manchester United’s trip to Swansea represents an ideal platform to rectify past mistakes, as the club aims to exceed last year’s fourth place finish.

Pacquiao, two other Filipinos in 40 Heroes of Philanthropy list

Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquao failed to make it to the Forbes list of 50 richest persons in the Philippines this year but he and two other Filipinos have made it to the list of 40 Heroes of Philanthropy in Asia.

South Sudan rebel chief orders ceasefire

Addis Ababa - South Sudan's rebel chief Riek Machar ordered his troops to lay down their arms in line with a ceasefire to end a 20-month civil war, his spokesman said Saturday.

Mystery of the neon-green jackfish has been solved

A fluorescent green northern pike caught earlier this week in Canada's Great Slave Lake created quite a stir on the Internet as readers put forth various opinions on why the unusual fish got its coloration.

Europa League Draw: Long trips for Liverpool and Tottenham

Both Liverpool and Tottenham will need at least one long excursion on a Thursday night, as the Premier League sides face long-haul opposition from Russia and Azerbaijan respectively.

Mayweather, Ellerbe justify Berto as worthy opponent

Pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather and his Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe insist that former WBC welterweight champion Andre Berto is a worthy opponent and assured boxing fans that he is coming to wage war in the ring against Mayweather.

Two new polls show NDP leading in Canadian election race

Ottawa - Not long ago a Nanos poll showed the three main parties, the Conservatives under leader Stephen Harper, the New Democratic Party (NDP) with Tom Mulcair, and the Liberals with Justin Trudeau in a virtual tie. Two more recent polls show the NDP leading.

What to know about the Saturday's supermoon

A full moon on Saturday will look larger and brighter than usual due to the lunar path being closer to the earth — which is the reason for the nickname "super moon." On September 27-28, a lunar eclipse of a supermoon is coming.

Pentatonix to release debut studio album on RCA Records

A cappella group Pentatonix will be releasing their debut studio album on October 16, via their record label RCA Records.

Tropical Storm Erika unleashes deadly floods in Dominica

Roseau - Tropical Storm Erika churned across the Caribbean on Saturday, a day after sweeping over the tiny island nation of Dominica and leaving at least 20 people dead.

Review: Danielle Bradbery soars on sassy new single 'Friend Zone' Special

Country singer Danielle Bradbery, winner of the fourth season of "The Voice," is back with her newest country single "Friend Zone."

World's oldest statue dated at 11,000 years contains secret code

The Shigir Idol is the world's oldest known wooden statue. Built in 9,000 BC, it bears a secret code which nobody has ever been able to decipher. Even more startling is that it was written 7,000 years before writing was thought to have begun.

Lethal agents and border crossings at the Fringe Special

Edinburgh - It comes as little surprise that events making the headlines are reflected in many of the performances at this year’s Fringe Festival, which draws thousands of visitors to Edinburgh every August.

Kurdish forces free seven villages in Iraq: Officials

Washington - Western-backed Kurdish fighters freed seven villages from the clasps of the Islamic State group in northern Iraq in recent days, the US-led coalition battling the jihadists.

Libya shipwreck toll rises to 111, dozens missing

Tripoli - Rescuers have retrieved from the sea the bodies of 111 migrants whose boat sank off the coast of Libya, the Red Crescent said on Saturday in a new toll.

Review: Planet of the Apes brought to life with live orchestra Special

London - As part of London's Meltdown Festival a restored version of the first Planet of the Apes films was shown accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.

'Cure' for Chernobyl children: Sun, sea, clean air in Portugal

Peniche - Anya wasn't even born when Chernobyl exploded nearly 30 years ago, but even today its radioactive fallout stalks her and other Ukrainian youngsters growing up near the disused plant.

Obama to wage climate fight at Alaskan frontline

Washington - Alaska is often just a fuel stop for US presidents headed for Asia, but Barack Obama will spend three days in The Last Frontier next week and become the first sitting US president to visit the Alaskan Arctic, the setting of the most spectacular impacts...

The British government to use Twitter to combat the threat from ISIS

London - The popular social media site has become the latest tool in the British government's continuing struggle against the threat of Islamic extremism.

BlackBerry CEO: 'We need more apps'

BlackBerry CEO John Chen admitted yesterday that the company needs more apps if its handsets are to be successful. An Android phone is believed to be in the works to solve this problem, although Chen did not confirm this.
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