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Op-Ed: Magdaleno could suffer first loss if he insists on facing Donaire

WBO bantamweight contender Jessie Magdaleno could be risking his unbeaten record if he insists on facing WBO super bantamweight titlist Nonito Donaire in a title fight that could halt his six-year, 23-fight winning streak.

Microsoft warns Windows 10 free upgrades are ending soon

Microsoft has announced it is to end the Windows 10 free upgrade offer in the near future, preventing current Windows users from installing the new OS for free. Purchasing a license will cost $119 as Windows 10 approaches its first anniversary.

Op-Ed: It's Tom and Jerry, not Sisi regime, behind Egypt violence

Cairo - Egypt's Interior Ministry is under fire for police brutality and other abuses but the head of the State Information Service (SIS) Salah Abdel Sadek blamed violence in Egypt on Tom and Jerry cartoons, violent video games and movies.

Samsung's crazy touchscreen smart fridge launches for $5,600

Three months after announcing it at CES 2016, Samsung has officially launched its new Family Hub fridge. The smart appliance features a huge 21.5-inch touchscreen that dominates the front fascia. It pairs with a mobile app for control from the Internet.

Trump and Clinton, the White House race's unpopular winners

New York - It's the paradox of the 2016 US presidential elections: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are virtually assured of facing off against each other in November, and yet both are widely unpopular.

Albania and Kosovo: A 'new front' for jihadists

Tirana - Three years ago, Albert and Yassin left their homes in Kosovo and Albania to wage jihad in Syria. Now they're back, swelling the ranks of jihadists in a region the Islamic State has called a "new front" in Europe.

Op-Ed: With IS in Libya facing hard times General Haftar plans attack

Surt - The Libyan National Army under commander-in-chief General Khalifa Haftar is reported to be moving to attack the Islamic State stronghold of Sirte.

Russian orchestra performs in Syria's war-scarred Palmyra

Palmyra - Leading Russian musicians on Thursday staged a classical concert in the ancient theatre of Syria's ravaged Palmyra in a show by the Kremlin to herald its successes in the war-torn country.

Don't eat meat in Mexico or China, NFL players told

NFL players were warned meat in Mexico and China may contain clenbuterol, a banned substance in the NFL, and players who consume meat in those countries may test positive for performance-enhancing substances.

Four rescued six days after Kenya building collapse

Nairobi - Four people were pulled alive Thursday from the rubble of an apartment block that collapsed six days ago when heavy rains hit Nairobi, causing floods and landslides in the Kenyan capital.

Ex-Soviet Kazakhstan halts land reform after rare protests

Astana - Energy-rich Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Thursday halted a controversial proposal to amend land laws that had sparked rare anti-government protests in the Central Asian state.

Woman rescued six days after Kenya building collapse

Nairobi - A woman was pulled alive Thursday from the rubble of an apartment block that collapsed six days ago when heavy rains hit Nairobi, causing floods and landslides in the Kenyan capital.

Op-Ed: Mayweather could opt for easy return fight to ensure 50th win

Retired and unbeaten American boxer Floyd Mayweather could be contemplating a comeback fight before the end of the year primarily to break Rocky Marciano's 49-0 career record by picking a less capable opponent to ensure his victory.

Midnight Oil reunites, to tour in 2017

Midnight Oil, one of Australia’s most successful rock bands, will be back on the road with a series of performances at home and overseas in 2017.

Merkel warns of return to nationalism unless EU protects borders

Rome - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday urged European leaders to protect EU borders or risk a "return to nationalism" as the continent battles its worst migration crisis since World War II.

U.S. aid ship docks with food for Sudan war zones

Port Sudan - Dockers began unloading tens of thousands of tonnes of food from a US aid ship on Thursday destined for war-torn areas of Sudan, an AFP correspondent reported.

Cunha: Brazil's master tactician put in check

S - Eduardo Cunha led the battle to impeach Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, but just days before her likely suspension, the powerful lower house speaker has suffered the same fate.

Suspect in spraying mouse poison on produce in stores arrested

Ann Arbor - The FBI have a man in custody after three incidents where mouse poison and hand sanitizer were sprayed on produce in Ann Arbor, Michigan grocery stores.

'Catastrophic wildfires' force thousands to flee in Canada

Edmonton - Raging wildfires pressed in on the Canadian oil city of Fort McMurray Thursday after more than 80,000 people were forced to flee, abandoning fire-gutted neighborhoods in a chaotic evacuation.

Kenya: Police arrest med students plotting bio-terrorist attacks

Kenyan police have arrested several medical students for allegedly plotting to carry out a biological terrorist attack and for allegedly recruiting fellow students to join the Islamic State.
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