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French police shoot dead 'Allahu Akbar' assailant

Tours - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls vowed yesterday that those who “prey on the police” would face the face “the full severity of the state” following an attack at a French police station in a normally quiet suburb of Tours.

Asthma and allergy sufferers misusing inhalers and auto-injectors

A new study on the proper use of lifesaving inhalers and auto-injection devices for asthmatics has yielded some very surprising results. The study shows the need for better training of patients in the use of these medications.

Madonna tops charts with 6 new songs from 'Rebel Heart'

Madonna proves that she is still the "Queen of Pop." She returns to the top of the charts worldwide thanks to the release of six new songs.

Cops: Girl charged with killing cousin, lying about kidnapping

Albany - When Tiffany Alstyne,19, claimed that two masked men broke into her trailer on Thursday, then pinned her to a sofa and kidnapped her five-year-old cousin, Kenneth White, it set off an intensive search for the little boy.

Cancer fighting nanoparticles that leave no side-effects

London - Nanotechnology is being used in a number of areas. In medicine, there have been advances in using nanoparticles to fight cancer. One problem is stopping the nanoparticles killing other cells. For this, a new solution has been found.

NASA's Kepler telescope finds alien 'Super Earth', may have water

NASA's Kepler space telescope has been partially restored after a malfunction in May 2013, and has begun discovering new exo-planets again.

Review: 'Sword Art Online II' an unpredictable & tearful emotional ride

Compared to the first season, "Sword Art Online II" is purely driven by the characters as it covers three different story arcs.

Anti-HIV drug falters

Scientists have reported that compounds that they hoped would "wake up" dormant reservoirs of HIV inside immune system T cells, allowing them to be destroyed by targeted medications, have not been successful.

How Google+ videos will be more prominent

Not satisfied with just improving photo quality, Google+ will now automatically enhance videos added to Google's social platform.

Parkinson’s disease linked to gut bacteria

A new strand of research shows that people suffering from Parkinson’s disease have a different composition of bacteria in their intestines compared with normal adults. A research group think that there is a causative connection.

Op-Ed: Climate change denial wading in sewage in Miami

Miami - It doesn’t NEED to get much more bizarre than this. High water in Miami caused sewers to back up in America’s Retirement and Organized Crime Mecca. The local governor, a Republican, of course, says there’s no problem.

Shortest day in Northern Hemisphere, but mornings will stay dark

London - If you live in the northern hemisphere, today [December 21] is the shortest day of the year, so surely mornings will start getting lighter from this day forward? Unfortunately, this is not the case.

Standing on one leg for 20 seconds can predict stroke risk

If you are unable to stand on one leg for more than 20 seconds, it can be a sign that you are at heightened risk of stroke, brain damage or reduced cognitive functioning.

Review: Jimi Hendrix Inside Out

Jimi Hendrix has been called the greatest guitarist of all time. All Is By My Side, the biopic released a few months ago, reveals the man behind the instrument during a dynamic two-year stay in England prior to his ascent to worldwide stardom..

French police kill 'Allahu Akbar' attacker

Jou - French police shot dead a knife-wielding man who attacked three officers in a police station while shouting "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great").

New algorithm advances 3D printing

Burnaby - Professor Richard Zhang, of Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, has developed a new algorithm for 3D printing. To demonstrate this, with seasonal flair, he has produced some remarkable Christmas trees.

Video: 'JJBA — Stardust Crusaders' Egypt Arc 1st full trailer

Look forward to the continuation of "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders" on January 9th as the JoJos and their friends arrive on the shores of Egypt on their journey to fight and kill Dio Brando.

Broccoli can help counter a rare genetic disease

A low number of children around the world suffer with a rare disease called Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria syndrome. This condition leads to premature ageing and it is caused by a defective protein. A substance from broccoli may provide a treatment.

Review: Lola Dutronic's new Christmas single Special

Toronto - Christmas songs can be two-a-penny at this time of year. However, this year one song stands out from the others: an infectious dance number from Canadian pop pioneers Lola Dutronic.

Op-Ed: Benefits of slow juice diets

London Colney - Juicing has become one of 2014's health trends. A new survey of consumer behaviors outlines some of the top juicing tips.
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