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NHL Trade Rumors: Martin Hanzal to Vancouver Canucks?

Vancouver - Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has made it clear he wants more depth on the forward line before the 2016-17 NHL season begins, but with limited options remaining on the free agent market, could a trade be in the works?

Kurd advance angers Turkey, Washington's impossible ally

Washington - As Turkish troops ostensibly hunting Islamic State (IS) group fighters shelled a US-backed Kurdish militia inside Syria, analysts warned that Ankara's alliance with the West is at stake.

Libyan unity government requests more U.S. military help

Stuttgart - Faiez Serraj, the PM of the Libyan Government of National Accord, asked the US Africa Command to increase its military assistance during talks in Stuttgart with AFRICOM commander Thomas Waldhauser, and US special envoy for Libya, Jonathan Winer.

Colombia, FARC rebels reach historic peace deal

Havana - Colombia's government and FARC rebels announced Wednesday that they have reached a historic peace deal to end their half-century civil war, the last major armed conflict in the Americas.

NBA Power Rankings: Toronto Raptors set for another big year?

Toronto - The beginning of the NBA season begins next month when teams open training camp. With some big changes over the summer, including Kevin Durant landing with the Golden State, history could be made yet again.

Dutch far-right party says it will ban mosques, Koran

Den Haag - The political party of Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders, which is leading polls ahead of parliamentary elections next year, has vowed to close mosques and "ban the Koran" in its manifesto.

Three dead in Toronto crossbow killings, linked to bomb threat

Three people lay dead in a driveway in Scarborough, part of the greater-Toronto area, on Thursday afternoon and it appears they all died after being shot by a crossbow. One man has been taken into custody.

Review: Kenny Chesney and Pink disappoint on 'Setting the World on Fire' Special

Country mega-star Kenny Chesney has collaborated with pop superstar Pink on "Setting the World on Fire," but their duet falls short.

Conflict and drought threaten Mozambique's Gorongosa park

Gorongosa - Passing through the aged faded gates into Gorongosa National Park, it's difficult to imagine you've just entered Mozambique's largest wildlife sanctuary.

List of highest paid Hollywood actors revealed

The annual list of highest paid actors has been released and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson stands atop. The faster climber, compared with last year, is Matt Damon.

Tunisia to vote on cabinet to tackle mounting challenges

Tunis - Tunisia's parliament will Friday vote on a government proposed by premier-designate Youssef Chahed before the new cabinet can start tackling the country's pressing socio-economic and security challenges.

Cruise ship with 1,070 on board attempts Northwest Passage route

The once pristine Arctic will soon be a thing of the past, now that climate change and melting ice is the new norm. Last week, the Crystal Serenity, a luxury cruise ship, began a month-long trip through the once-impassable Northwest Passage.

Changing mood in Europe a year after Austria migrant disaster

Vienna - The gruesome discovery of 71 dead migrants in a truck in Austria last August shocked Europe and led countries to open their borders to a massive influx of people fleeing war and poverty, mainly from the Middle East.

Netherlands seeks ban on gas and diesel powered vehicles by 2025

The Dutch government plans on holding a "round-table discussion" on October 13 on whether to ban the sale of diesel and gas-powered vehicles completely by 2025.

$100 million pearl hidden under poor fisherman’s bed for decade

Cebu City - For a decade, a poor fisherman in a western Philippine city did not know that what he was hiding under his bed could be the world’s largest natural pearl worth at least $100 million.

Review: Heffron Drive outstanding at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in NY Special

Amityville - On Aug. 25, Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt of Heffron Drive performed at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in Amityville on Long Island, for an intimate group of fans, and they rocked the venue.

Astronaut Williams overtakes Kelly for most days in space

One of the most distinguished records in the increasingly-space-bound United States is an astronaut’s cumulative days logged in space.

JetBlue to launch first US commercial flights to Cuba next week

Havana - The US airline JetBlue will make the first regular commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than half a century next Wednesday, the Cuban authorities said.

Australian minister says French submarine leak 'embarrassing'

Sydney - A massive leak of secret data on French submarines is embarrassing, Australia's Defence Industry minister said on Friday, stressing that security between Australia and the DCNS shipbuilders would be "the most stringent in the world".

Trump, Clinton exchange angry charges of racism

Washington - The tone of the US presidential campaign turned darker, with Hillary Clinton skewering Donald Trump as a man who flirts with racism and paranoid ideas, while he in turn labeled her a racist whose family foundation was a "criminal enterprise.
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