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Op-Ed: Mayweather getting in the way of Pacquiao's downswing to 140 lbs.

Manny Pacquiao's potential opponents who are waiting for him in the 140 pounds junior welterweight limit are getting impatient for his inability to decide exactly when is he leaving the 147 limit where he has been actively campaigning.

Canadian man charged with assaulting women's feet

York Regional Police in Toronto have arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a series of assaults on women and their feet. The alleged assaults have all taken place in the past eight days.

Op-Ed: Putin may be losing his Russian roulette game

Moscow - With prominent Russians falling from a Moscow skyscraper and drowning in an OPEC country it may just be a coincidence or appeared President Vladimir Putin’s economy is dangerously threatened by a growing glut of oil.

Op-Ed: On taking no pleasure in watching once mighty Jian Ghomeshi fall

There is a phrase that almost came to mind as I watched the news last night and saw a tight-lipped Jian Ghomeshi being lead from the courtroom by his lawyer. I can't quite remember it though but the gist of it is that we like to watch the mighty fall.

Op-Ed: Did Pacquiao abandon KO plan in order to entice Mayweather?

Manny Pacquiao may have held on to his power punches to abort a knockout win scenario over Chris Algieri so that potential foe Floyd Mayweather will be enticed to fight and not get scared to face him in a bout that every fight fan wants to see.

Prairie church's Christmas tree stolen (includes poem!)

A 2 plus metre Christmas tree destined for a church in Southey, an hour out of Regina, was stolen on Thursday. Thieves brazenly made a daylight raid over the lunch hour. They had a lot of gall and likely targeted the biggest tree.

U.S. forces involved in Yemen rescue raid

Sanaa - Yemen security officials announced that eight hostages had been freed from the custody of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula(AQAP). The operation was in Hadrawmut province.

Meet Plague, a social networking app spreading info like a virus

Plague is a new social networking app with a fun twist that could just work. Plague is all about discovering "viral" content, but the way you discover the next viral video or hilarious photo is what's unique.

Militant preacher/legislator loses appeal of Navy Discharge

Colorado Springs - An ex-Navy chaplain who was elected as a Colorado state legislator despite believing President Obama is possessed by demons has lost an appeal of his discharge from the Navy.

Despite complaints, WWI Christmas ad won't be banned

The UK's advertising regulator has not found grounds to investigate this year's Christmas ad from supermarket Sainsbury's,

Op-Ed: Even UN worried about Tripoli air attacks

Tripoli - UN special envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon has been trying his best to persuade the parties in conflict to stop fighting and engage in dialogue. He has stressed that there can only be a political solution to the Libyan conflict.

Fiber supplements shift bacteria and trigger weight loss

A new study suggests that the addition of dietary fiber to a diet leads to a shift in the gut toward beneficial bacteria. This reduces risks of cancer and can help with weight loss.

Op-Ed: Gandhi was imperfect, Martin Luther wasn’t perfect

It is healthy to refuse to believe everything you read. Lies and half-truths have a way of toying with the mind into easy manipulation. Is there an excuse in showing Mahatma Gandhi was a perfect human? In a perfect world, to err wouldn’t be human.

Taliban attack Kabul guesthouse and British embassy car

Kabul - Taliban militants attacked a foreign guesthouse in central Kabul on Thursday, hours after a suicide bomber targeted a British embassy vehicle in a blast that killed six people, triggering fears of spiralling unrest.

Edmontonians to brave weather to enjoy 'White' Friday Special

Edmonton - Winter is just a way of life for Edmontians and a little extra snow is not going to alter the plans they have for Black Friday and the weekend.

Sheep vs. wolves: Protests erupt in France

Paris - Under leaden skies, over 300 sheep munched on the lush grass surrounding France's iconic Eiffel Tower on Thursday. French farmers had brought their sheep to Paris to express their mounting frustration over the rising number of attacks by wolves.

Op-Ed: Why Mayweather wants rematch clause in fight against Pacquiao

Except for his video posting on Instagram taunting Pacquiao for his KO loss to Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd Mayweather has remained tight-lipped on his commitment to resume talks on the suspended negotiation for the Mayweather-Pacquiao mega fight.

'Parasyte — Part 1' opens across Japan this Saturday

"Parasyte - Part 1," the first part of live-adaptation to the original manga, opens on Saturday, November 29th. Two episodes of the anime aired in celebration.

Twenty-five years on, Colombia mourns Escobar plane bombing

Estanzuela - Twenty-five years after late Colombian druglord Pablo Escobar ordered the bombing of a Boeing 727 to kill an enemy who turned out not to be on board, victims' families are still demanding justice.

Uber's Android app may be stealing a lot of personal data

Uber's Android app may be sending your private data back to the company, reports Cult of Mac's Buster Hein. The Uber app “calls home” and sends private data back to Uber.
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