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Colombia to buy land for poor in post-war period

Estanzuela - Colombia aims to buy land from private owners and redistribute it among the poor after its 50-year-old war ends, the government said Sunday, addressing the root cause of the conflict.

West planning new intervention in Libya

Tripoli - Military sources told The Times of London that a number of western nations are making plans to send ground troops into Libya to train locals and launch attacks against Islamic State positions.

UFC Fight of the Week: Ronda Rousey dispatches Bethe Correia in 34 seconds

Unbeaten UFC defending bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey did not waste a minute to dispatch her top challenger Bethe Correia of Brazil over the weekend in Rio de Janeiro to retain her UFC Women's Bantamweight title.

Wenger's Arsenal leans to direct attacking to sink Chelsea

Arsenal’s encounters with London rivals Chelsea have followed a predictable pattern over the past decade, but with Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger starting second choice strikers, change was imminent.

Northern Calif. wildfire grows overnight, closing two highways

A wildfire along northern California's inland coastal range exploded overnight, burning 47,000 acres as of Sunday morning, and threatening 6,000 structures in Lake, Yolo and Colusa counties.

Distillers lacing popular Chinese spirits with Viagra

Distillers in China have been adding Viagra and other drugs to thousands of bottles of spirits, claiming the alcohol additives preserved health, officials said.

Op-Ed: Donald Trump's companies seek to import and hire 1,100 employees

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has based his political platform on keeping jobs in America, but his companies have turned around and sought to import at least 1,100 foreign workers on temporary visas since 2000. Hypocrisy much?

Dogs found with eyes and mouths duct-taped shut safe at shelter

Aiken - Three dogs that were found chained up on a porch in South Carolina with their muzzles duct-taped shut on Tuesday have found a refuge.

WWE star Titus O’Neil took homeless people out for lunch

San Diego - Titus O'Neil is a wrestler in the WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment, and he has been making recent headlines for something he has been doing outside of the ring. O'Neil has been taking out homeless to a restaurant and paying for their meal.

Hundreds dead, millions displaced as monsoon heaps misery on Asia

- Monsoon rains have claimed the lives of hundreds of people across Asia, authorities said Monday, as rescue workers scrambled to reach remote areas of India, Pakistan and Myanmar in the wake of flash floods and landslides.

Ethernet switches used in nuclear plants vulnerable to hacking

The world’s most important factories and facilities, including power plants, are vulnerable to devastating cyberattacks. Fixes have been found, but it can take up to three years to patch a problem.

WHO and sailing body seek virus testing in Rio Olympic waters

Rio De Janeiro - The World Health Organization (WHO) has asked the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to analyze for viruses in Rio de Janeiro's Olympic waters, while the governing body of world sailing says it will begin its own virus testing.

Thank the ancient Romans for 'street food'

Rome - Grabbing something hot and tasty on the move? You have the ancient Romans to thank. "Street food" was their invention, generally enjoyed with wine, gambling or even prostitutes.

HitchBOT meets untimely end in U.S., traveled Europe and Canada

HitchBOT, a hitchhiking robot that had traveled across Canada and Western Europe, enjoyed an exciting life on the road. Unfortunately, that road came to a premature end near Philadelphia, the so-called city of brotherly love, when HitchBOT was vandalized.

Kenny Chesney breaks Pink Floyd's tickets record in Kansas City

Kansas City - Country mega-star Kenny Chesney has a major milestone to celebrate. He just broke Pink Floyd's ticket sales record at a concert in Kansas City.

Photographer among five found bound, killed in Mexico

- A news photographer was among the five people found tortured and fatally shot in a Mexico City apartment, a journalism advocacy group said Sunday.

Boko Haram fighters kill 13 in attack in NE Nigeria: Witnesses

Maiduguri - Boko Haram fighters killed 13 people in an attack on Malari village in northeast Nigeria's restive Borno state early Sunday, witnesses said.

Review: Sonoma has a man of intrigue or at least in Avery Mann's books Special

Sonoma - Avery Mann, a nom de plume for international law attorney Bruce Janigian, may seem ordinary. But once you delve into his his two books “Angel Landing” and “Persona Non Grata” you are taken from the local to the global.

Review: Silence is ‘The Demolisher’s greatest asset Special

‘The Demolisher,’ which premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival, is an intense and near-silent depiction of a man who buries his pain in a suit of armour that he wears while anonymously patrolling the streets for his wife’s attackers.

Turkey's Erdogan says Putin may 'give up' on Assad

Istanbul - Russian President Vladimir Putin is having a change of heart on the Kremlin's wholehearted support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and may "give up on him" in the future, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was quoted as saying Monday.
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