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Samsung admits some replaced Galaxy Note 7 phones are overheating

Samsung has responded to reports that replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices are overheating, admitting it's looking into reports that phones are becoming uncomfortably hot during use. It is replacing 2.5m Note 7 handsets that could explode and catch fire.

2016-17 NBA Power Rankings: Cavs top training camp edition

Cleveland - Despite setting the NBA record for regular season wins last season, Golden State couldn't finish the job in the finals, losing to Cleveland and despite roster changes form both teams, the Cavaliers enter training camp on top of the power rankings.

Op-Ed: Libya unity government PM desperate to accommodate Marshal Haftar

The PM designate of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), Faiez Serraj, claims Khalifa Haftar, commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA) of the rival government of the House of Representatives (HoR) wil be part of a new GNA government.

U.S. Afghan drone strike said to kill at least 15 civilians

U.S. drones attacked an area in eastern Nagarhar Province in Afghanistan where there has been a resurgence of activity by the Islamic State. The UN and some locals claim that at least 15 civilians were killed and another 13 wounded.

Fresh child abuse case exposes Myanmar's broken system

Yangon - Scars lace across 16-year-old Than Than Ei's face, each line bearing testimony to the abuse she says she suffered at the hands of her adoptive family, the latest case of child abuse piling pressure on Myanmar's government.

Bunker-busting bombs close Aleppo underground schools: charity

Birut - Bunker-busting bombs are putting children in so much danger in Syria's Aleppo that they won't even be able to return to underground schools when classes resume this weekend, a charity said Friday.

Philippines' Duterte draws Hitler parallels

Davao - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday likened his deadly crime war to Hitler's efforts to exterminate Jews, as he declared he was "happy to slaughter" millions of drug addicts.

Music school hits right note for Kabul's street children

Kabul - Short and upright in his grey suit, Wahidullah enchants his audience as his fingers dance over the piano keys.

NFL Rumors: Time for Dolphins to make a change at quarterback?

Miami - Thursday night was a game Miami needed to win to get back into the NFL playoff ace, but once again the offense struggled.

Europe's populist surge fuelled by migrant crisis

Budapest - Hungarians are poised to reject the EU's troubled refugee quota plan in a referendum on Sunday, as fiercely anti-migrant Prime Minister Viktor Orban rides a populist wave across the bloc.

Pacquiao reportedly took all kinds of drugs before becoming champ

Eight division world boxing champion and freshman Philippine senator Manny Pacquiao in an apparent effort to help in the country's anti-drugs campaign admitted he took all kinds of drugs before becoming a world champion.

US-Russia talks on verge of ending as Aleppo faces catastrophe

Washington - The United States warned Thursday that it is on the brink of ending talks with Russia over the assault on Aleppo, where the United Nations says a humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding unlike any witnessed so far in Syria's brutal five-year war.

US paper facing threats for endorsing Hillary Clinton

Los Angeles - A conservative Arizona newspaper is facing death threats and losing subscriptions after it broke with tradition by endorsing Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump for US president, a senior editor told AFP.

Kremlin offers Ukraine separatists propaganda tips: German media

Berlin - Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine are being actively advised by people close to the Kremlin on how to conduct a "propaganda campaign" against Kiev and the West, German media reported Thursday.

Florida sinkhole still draining contaminated waste into aquifer

Mulberry - Neighbors of the Mosaic Company, a producer of phosphate and potash for fertilizer in Mulberry, Florida, are still waiting for test results on how much contamination is in their drinking water, and answers are not forthcoming.

Rosetta spacecraft set for final comet crash landing

Darmstadt - Europe's pioneering spacecraft Rosetta headed for a crash landing Friday on the comet it has stalked for two years, a dramatic end to a 12-year odyssey to demystify our Solar System's origins.

2017 NBA Mock Draft: Training camp edition

The long road to an NBA Championship started this week for most teams with the opening of training camp, but its clear several franchises are already a step behind and will look towards next summer to make more improvements.

French fighter jets on mission against IS in Mosul

French fighter jets took off from the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle on Friday for an operation against the Islamic State group in its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, an officer said.

US orders families of govt personnel to leave DR Congo

Washington - The United States ordered families of government personnel stationed in the Democratic Republic of Congo to leave amid fears about escalating violence, the State Department said.

Self-driving chairs soon at Japanese restaurants

Tokyo - Nissan has unveiled what it's calling the self-driving chair designed for those who hate queuing at their favorite restaurant.
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