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Op-Ed: What makes Paquiao popular in Australia, elsewhere in the world

With barely two weeks to go before WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao moves over to Brisbane to continue training for his fight against unbeaten Australian boxer Jeff Horn, there are reports that tickets for the fight are almost sold out.

Scientists accidentally helping poachers to find rare species

Scientists have sent out a warning about publishing the location and habitat of endangered animals in scientific journals. Wildlife poachers are trawling online publications to target rare and exotic species as soon as the animals are described online.

Op-Ed: Why Amonsot can't help Jeff Horn as sparmate for Pacquiao fight

Unbeaten Australian challenger Jeff Horn could be making a big mistake by taking into his camp Filipino-Australian boxer Czar Amonsot as his sparring partner for his fight against Manny Pacquiao on July 2 at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

In Swedish asylum limbo, young Afghans turn to heroin

Uppsala - Beer cans, newspapers drenched in vomit and aluminium foil litters the ground inside a parking garage where young Afghan asylum seekers smoke heroin as they shelter from the cold in central Sweden."When we smoke...

Review: Scotty McCreery amazing at National Memorial Day concert Special

Country star Scotty McCreery gave a phenomenal performance of "The Dash" as part of the 2017 National Memorial Day concert.

Op-Ed: East Libyan commander appears prepared to attack Tripoli

Khalifa Haftar who heads forces of the eastern-based House of Representatives (HoR) government the Libyan National Army (LNA) has called on militia loyal to him in the west to prepare to move on Tripoli and free it from Islamist militias who oppose him.

Trump switches from Android to iPhone that has one app: Twitter

President Donald Trump made good use of Twitter in 2016, when he was running as a candidate for president of the United States. Up until two months ago, the president was using an Android phone to Tweet.

Review: Issy Simpson makes it to semifinals on 'Britain's Got Talent' Special

8-year-old magician Issy Simpson has made it through the live semifinals on the British reality competition, "Britain's Got Talent."

Google won't hand over wage data to the U.S. government

The U.S. Department of Labor requested salary information from Google, but the tech giant has refused to hand it over. Google claims that retrieving the data would be too costly.

Noriega, former CIA agent who got on wrong side of the US

Panama - The late Manuel Antonio Noriega's public persona was extinguished nearly three decades ago, when the United States toppled him in an invasion that spoke volumes about Cold War tensions at the time.

'Dinosaur' Philippine jeepneys face uncertain future

Manila - Peter Dallos shouts above the rumble of his smoke-belching engine urging passengers to clamber quickly on to his dilapidated red jeepney.

Review: Home Free glorious on 'God Bless the USA' by Lee Greenwood Special

A cappella vocal group Home Free has covered country star Lee Greenwood's signature song, the patriotic anthem, "God Bless the USA."

Essential Science: Battling infections with bioelectricity

Is the answer to fighting pathogens connected with bioelectricity? Promising new research suggest this is possible by using drugs to changing electrical charge of cells. Studies have been performed in frogs.

China to launch cybersecurity law despite concerns

Bejing - China will implement a controversial cybersecurity law Thursday despite concerns from foreign firms worried about its impact on their ability to do business in the world's second largest economy.

Pacemakers and other medical equipment vulnerable to hacking

We now live in a world where our very lives are tied into the technology we have created. From banking to defense systems, governments and medicine, every aspect of our lives are subject to software glitches and hacking, including pacemakers.

Baghdad blasts kill 27 as Iraq forces battle IS in Mosul

Baghdad - Two bombings killed at least 27 people and wounded more than 115 in Baghdad, officials said Tuesday, as Iraqi forces fight to retake the last Islamic State group-held areas of Mosul.

Fear, confusion as Philippine Muslim city burns

Marawi - Four hungry chickens clawed at rubbish in a deserted street that smelt of corpses as military helicopters skimmed the rooftops firing rockets while the Philippines' most beautiful Muslim city burned.

NBA News and Rumors: Carmelo Anthony to Boston Celtics?

Boston - After a terrific regular season, Boston struggled when the NBA Playoffs rolled around, leading many to believe the team will go after more experience this summer, a move that will help them against the likes of Cleveland.

Venezuela opposition figures wounded as anti-govt demos intensify

Caracas - Two leading Venezuelan opposition figures were wounded in anti-government protests Monday, as demonstrators vowed to intensify pressure on President Nicolas Maduro and against his plans to hold a constitutional assembly.

Op-Ed: Trump's infrastructure program and asset recycling

Washington - Trump has long promised a $1 trillion investment program in U.S. infrastructure but it seems that the program will actually be an excuse to privatize for the benefit of his business friends.
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