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Pacquiao-Crawford showdown looms as Crawford wins over Postol

WBO light welterweight champion Terence Crawford looms as Manny Pacquiao's next opponent after his convincing unanimous decision win over Ukrainian challenger Viktor Postol Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Hackers can access your iPhone by sending an image in a text

Apple customers are being urged to update their devices after the discovery of a major vulnerability. Attackers could access an iPhone or Mac by sending a specially crafted text message. The method is similar to last year's 'Stagefright' Android bug.

Toxic algae bloom in Utah sickens over 100 people amid heat wave

Provo - A toxic algae bloom has forced the closure of one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi River this weekend as much of the United States swelters under a massive and dangerous heat wave.

War veterans attack 'beginning of the end' for Mugabe: analysts

Harare - Zimbabwe's war veterans' surprise attack on President Robert Mugabe signals the "beginning of the end" for the long-time leader, already buckling under pressure from a restive population angry over worsening economic woes.

Tensions surge among South Sudan former rebels

Juba - Tensions surfaced Saturday within South Sudan's former rebel movement over a minister seen as a rival to vice president Riek Machar.

IOC faces historic call on Russia Rio ban

Lausanne - The International Olympic Committee held showdown talks Sunday on whether to ban Russia from the Rio Games over state-run doping, an unprecedented decision that could spark the Olympic movement's worst crisis in decades.

Auto technology evolved faster than humans — so we created one

Melbourne - From the first steam-powered automobile capable of human transportation built in 1768, to the Google self-driving car of today, automotive technology has evolved in leaps and bounds, leaving us humans in the dust, evolution-wise.

Crude oil from pipeline leak contaminates Saskatchewan river

Maidstone - Between 200,000 and 250,000 liters of crude oil and other material from a breach in a Husky Energy oil pipeline near Maidstone Saskatchewan leaked into the North Saskatchewan River.

Review: ‘Lights Out’ is scary in all the right places Special

‘Lights Out’ is the disturbing feature-length adaptation of a short that went viral about a thing that lurks in the darkness when you turn off the lights.

Op-Ed: Lone wolf attacks on Olympic Games being called for by Al-Qaeda

Rio De Janeiro - In the wake of the recent lone-wolf terrorist attacks in Europe, it is not surprising that Al-Qaeda has taken to social media to call on its followers to execute 'lone wolf' attacks on Olympic athletes in Rio de Janeiro.

SE Asia deadlocked as S. China Sea split deepens

Vientiane - Southeast Asian nations were deadlocked Sunday about how to confront China's territorial claims in the South China Sea as pressure from Beijing again drove a wedge between countries on the region's toughest security challenge.

Op-Ed: Why Freddie Roach wants Mayweather for Pacquiao's farewell fight

After his exemplary performance over Timothy Bradley in their trilogy fight last April, Manny Pacquiao has proven to his longtime trainer Freddie Roach that he is now fully healed and ready to face Floyd Mayweather for the second time.

Review: Unreachable starring Matt Smith mixes comedy and tension Special

London - A new play 'Unreachable' is currently running at the Royal Court Theater in London. The play features former Doctor Who actor Matt Smith, and the script was unusually developed during the play's rehearsals.

Four hospitals hit by air raids in Syria's Aleppo: doctors

Birut - Four makeshift hospitals and a local blood bank in Syria's battered Aleppo city have been hit by air raids in the past 24 hours, a group of doctors said Sunday.

Uproar after picture shows Prince George feeding dog ice cream

Animal rights groups, the RSPCA, veterinarians and others on social media weighed in after a picture was released showing three-year-old Prince George offering ice cream to the family dog.

Erdogan's 'secret keeper' under fire over Turkey coup lapse

Ankara - Turkey's shadowy spy chief Hakan Fidan has faced an unprecedented public dressing down in the wake of the failed coup but appears set to stay on in his post -- at least for now.

Tunisia dissident opens new party congress

Tunis - Tunisian dissident Mohsen Marzouk opened a congress of his new party, rejecting religion in politics and vowing to be a force for change.

Tougher Europe borders push more migrants towards U.S.

- Europe's toughened borders are prompting migrants to switch focus to the United States, but their trek is being thwarted in Central America, where a bottleneck has formed, according to the International Organization for Migration.

Op-Ed: 14 bodies found in Benghazi all shot in the head

Benghazi - A doctor in the Benghazi Medical Centre reported that the hospital had received the bodies of 14 people who had been killed execution-style. Martin Kobler, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) called the killings a war crime.

Singer/songwriter Josh Kelley keeps on keeping it country Special

The southern boy "went country" in 2009 when he signed with MCA Nashville, after having begun his career playing rock and blues. His latest album is the follow-up to his country debut, 2011's 'Georgia Clay.'
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