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Katy Perry trashes Aussie paparazzi, makes fun of one member

Katy Perry is on an extended stay in Australia on her Prismatic World Tour and by the sounds of it isn't having the time of her life. She's being hounded by paparazzi, the famously uncouth Jamie Fawcett being one.

World's longest train journey — China to Spain opens

China has inaugurated the world's longest train journey, traversing the whole of Central Asia and Europe. Dubbed the new Silk Road, it is expected to give a major economic boost to trade between China and the EU.

Iraqi forces retake ground from jihadists

Kirkuk - Iraqi security forces and pro-government fighters on Sunday retook areas from jihadists near the Iranian border in an operation that left 20 Kurdish troops dead, security officials said.

Boko Haram slaughters 48 fish vendors in northeast Nigeria

Kano - Suspected Boko Haram extremists ambushed and slaughtered 48 fish vendors near Nigeria's border with Chad, the head of their association said, the latest violence to hit the country's volatile northeast.

Op-Ed: Republican committee clears Hillary on Benghazi

Washington D.c. - Less than a month after Republicans swept the nation, in lightly turned out election, their most feared enemy, Hillary Clinton, has gotten a boost. And it came from the GOP.

Netanyahu warns of 'grave mistake' if France recognises Palestine

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Sunday that France's parliament would be making a "grave mistake" if it recognises a Palestinian state in a vote on December 2.

Thousands evacuated after WWII bomb found in French city

Rennes - Three thousand people were evacuated from their homes in the centre of the French city of Rennes Sunday while a huge British bomb from World War II was defused.

Vancouver police shoot and kill man armed with wooden 2 by 4

The Vancouver police were called to the scene of a distraught man standing in an intersection armed with wood, a 2 by 4, on Saturday afternoon. The man would not comply and police, from close range, shot him. He was rushed to hospital but died.

Video: 'Guilty Gear Xrd — SIGN' 12-minute trailer

Enjoy the eye candy in the latest trailer for "Guilty Gear Xrd: SIGN," which is 12 minutes long. This is the biggest game of the entire "Guilty Gear" franchise.

51-year-old man, guilty of raping a 5-year-old girl, blames her

A 51-year-old Ohio man who plead guilty to raping a five-year-old girl tried to change his plea during sentencing. He didn't deny he had oral sex with her — the change was that he was no longer taking the blame for it. It was her fault, he said.

Housing is a right: Edmonton rally Special

The Edmonton Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (ECOHH) organized a rally on November 21 to proclaim housing as a right.

'Mockingjay' wins but not in the same league as 'Catching Fire'

It didn't quite live up to the hype and expectations but "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" easily took the box office crown.

Review: 'Nijinsky' is a powerful piece of dance-theater Special

Toronto - The dance work 'Nijinsky' reflects its titular subject: it is brilliant, overwhelming, troubled, dazzling, profound. The National Ballet of Canada's production is a showcase for both incredible dancing and profound, heart-rending drama.

Revealing the secrets of HIV

Taking advantage of developments in electron microscopy, scientists have gained new insights into HIV and other viruses.

Viruses help to maintain human health

New York - Scientists now argue that the natural presence of viruses in the gut (virome) help to maintain health-maintenance and infection-fighting. This is similar to the role of the intestinal bacteria.

US police shoot dead boy, 12, holding replica gun

Washington - Police in the US city of Cleveland shot and killed a 12-year-old boy who was in a playground waving around what turned out to be a replica gun, officials and reports said Sunday.

California's Salton Sea — A 'looming crisis' years in the making

Around 150 miles east of Los Angeles, in the hot desert of the Imperial and Coachella valleys, lies one of man's biggest ecological disasters. The 375-square mile Salton Sea was an engineering accident, never meant to be, but now its in serious trouble.

No justice on 5 year anniversary of Maguindanao massacre

Manila - Saturday marked the fifth anniversary of a massacre where families have yet to see those responsible for the death of their lost ones, brought to justice. No prosecution, and no conviction has taken place in response to the mass murder in the Philippines

Edmonton Oilers should clean house, fire coach and GM

Another losing season for the Edmonton Oilers, the dye has already been cast and we're but 21 games in. Their record is 6-13-2 and they've scored 25 fewer goals than allowed. All their numbers are trending downwards and they are last in the NHL.

Why are some flu viruses more dangerous than others?

Certain types of avian influenza viruses have the potential to cause more severe disease in humans compared with others. This has come from new research which warns such viruses must be monitored carefully.
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