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AVG details which Android apps are the biggest battery drain

Curious to find out why your phone's battery keeps draining so quickly? It could be due to your phone's age or the temperature outside (phone batteries don't like the cold), but it could also have to do with which apps you're using.

Nigeria's president visits massacre site, as 35 killed in bombings

Maiduguri - Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday visited the scene of what is feared to be Boko Haram's worst massacre and vowed that the insurgency would soon be over.

Manny Pacquiao records own entrance song for Mayweather fight

Filipino boxing star Manny Pacquiao has recorded his own song to be played during his entrance walk to the MGM Grand Garden arena where he will face unbeaten Floyd Mayweather on May 2 in what appears to be the richest fight in boxing history.

Stand-off in the Amazon: Tribes shut down oil company airport

Loreto - Members of two different Peruvian native groups have occupied the airport of Pluspetrol, an Argentine oil company that is accused of failing to compensate local communities for damage to the enviornment.

U.N. report says Islamic State may be committing genocide

A newly-released United Nations report details what the world body calls possible genocide being committed by Islamic State militants in territories the group controls in parts of western and northern Iraq.

Baby woolly rhino, 10,000 years old, found in Siberian permafrost

Yakutsk - A baby woolly rhinoceros, believed to be 10,000 years old, has been discovered well-preserved in Siberian permafrost. The discovery is causing excitement because it is the first time that an infant specimen of the extinct species has been found.

ISIS burns artifacts, rare books, and manuscripts in Mosul, Iraq

Hostile and turbulent ISIS members have burned the Mosul Museum Library to the ground this past weekend in another vicious act of destructive violence. Rare old books, artifacts and manuscripts dating back to the 1700s were demolished.

Two men charged for the stabbing incident at downtown food court

Edmonton - Edmonton police have charged two men with aggravated assault, after investigations proved that they attacked and stabbed a man in a downtown food court bathroom, on Thursday.

Net neutrality wins in major FCC vote

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to enforce strong protection of net neutrality, reclassifying broadband Internet as a utility.

Canadian judge tells woman to remove hijab or leave courtroom

The CBC in Canada has obtained a recording of a judge in a Quebec courtroom telling a Muslim woman to remove her hijab if she wants her case heard. The woman was appealing to the court to get her impounded car back.

Vassy talks 'We Are Young,' 'Frozen,' Tiesto and David Guetta Special

Greek-Australian singer Vassy chatted with Digital Journal about her new single "We Are Young," being a part of the "Frozen" soundtrack, and her album.

Baby born with no heartbeat, dead 8 minutes, now alive and well

The Daily Mail in the U.K. had a heartwarming story this week about a five-month-old baby boy, a healthy five-month-old baby boy, who came into this world without a heartbeat. He was for all intents and purposes dead for the first 8 minutes of his life.

IS executioner 'Jihadi John' named as London graduate

London - "Jihadi John", the masked Islamic State group militant believed responsible for beheading of at least five Western hostages, has been named as Kuwaiti-born computing graduate Mohammed Emwazi from London.

Review: Bette Midler and Darlene Love rock on 'He's Sure The Boy I Love' Special

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love and Bette Midler are absolutely incredible on their duet "He's Sure The Boy I Love."

New study shows daily Truvada pill cuts HIV transmission by 86%

A UK study of gay men has found that taking a pill called Truvada cuts the risk of HIV infection by 86 percent. The researchers now hope it will play a major role in stopping the spread of the disease.

Second child in the family dies due to pesticide poisoning

Fort Mcmurray - It was a sad day for the residents of Fort McMurray in Alberta after a two-year-old boy joined his eight-month-old sister in death due to pesticide poisoning.

Kindergarten kids with 'AK-47s' cause outrage in Russia

Moscow - Pictures of young Russian children posing with mock AK-47 rifles and other weapons at a kindergarten have provoked a storm of controversy, but some defended them as patriotic education.

U.S.-led airstrikes kill 20 Iraqi civilians

Twenty civilians were killed in two separate US-led airstrikes targeting Islamic State militants in western Iraq on Thursday.

Op-Ed: Canadian spy agency collects Canadian emails to government sites

Ottawa - Canada's Communications Security Establishment(CSE) is collecting millions of emails sent by Canadians to government sites on the internet. The collected emails are searched for malware that could attack government computer networks.

First woman cab driver in Afghanistan encourages women to drive

In Afghanistan, the majority of taxi drivers are males, but Sara Bahayi, 40, is a female taxi driver who is trying to change that.
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