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Op-Ed: Dissension among militias and more support for coup in Libya

Tripoli - It is now a week since members of the General National Congress (GNC) Salvation government seized the headquarters of the High State Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA)

2017 NBA Mock Draft: Week 1 first round projections

The 2016-17 NBA season tips off next week and fans all across the globe are excited to get things started, but it's always fun to look ahead and see who could be the stars of tomorrow.

Nigeria's new Oba of Benin: the coronation of a lifetime

Benin City - The rainy season is supposed to be over in Nigeria, but on Thursday just before midnight, torrential rain and crackling lightning let loose over Benin City.

Op-Ed: Why Vargas will have a short-lived reign as welterweight champ

Jessie Vargas may have a short-lived reign as WBO welterweight champion because his next opponent is hell-bent on grabbing his title for a very important reason.

Coroner on Katie May's death: 'neck manipulation by chiropractor'

The Los Angeles Coroner's Office released a report this week on the cause of death of the well-known model Katie May. The office ruled that she died from a stroke caused by a "neck manipulation by chiropractor."

Giant new species of herbivorous dinosaur found in Australia

A species of dinosaur has been found in the outback of Australia, a giant creature that lived almost a hundred million years ago. It's already been given a name, one derived from the couple who discovered it and the land it was found upon.

Cyberattacks show new method of taking down the Internet

Cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier wrote an essay last month warning that someone was "learning to take down the Internet," and it seems especially prescient after a number of major websites were taken offline Friday amid a major cyberattack.

Donald Grump: Trump ends interview, huffs off in anger

Donald Trump bolted from an interview with a local NBC affiliate in Ohio Thursday after being asked a question he did not like. It was a question about accusations of racism and sexism and how he felt about some people labeling him as racist and sexist.

Private rooms at Pope's summer residence open to public

Castel Gandolfo - Private rooms at the pope's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo will open to the public from Saturday at the request of Pope Francis, who has never holidayed there in more than three years as pontiff.

US destroyer sails close to contested islands in S. China Sea: Pentagon

Washington - A US destroyer sailed close to a cluster of islands claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea on Friday, the Pentagon said, amid continued tensions in the contested waterway.

Pacquiao takes break from senate chores, moves training to US

Fighting Philippine senator Manny Pacquiao has ended his training in the Philippines over the weekend for his upcoming fight against Jessie Vargas as he moves to the US late Saturday for the final phase of his training at the WildCasrd Gym in Hollywood.

Microsoft stock soars to record high on back of Surface success

Microsoft's stock has reached an all-time high, breaking a record set in 1999, after its latest earnings report. The company shrugged off falls in revenue from smartphones and Xbox with exceedingly strong growth in cloud software and Surface computers.

No deaths reported after earthquake hits Honshu, Japan

A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 shook parts of western Honshu, Japan early Friday afternoon, damaging homes and some roads and cutting power to 77,000 people.

iPhone 7 or Google Pixel: Comparing the smartphone flagships

Earlier this month, Google unveiled a smartphone that it hopes will begin to change the balance the power in the market. The class-leading Pixel is built to rival Apple's established iPhone 7. With each making similar claims, which is the phone to buy?

'Most serious' Linux privilege-escalation bug ever discovered

Security researchers have warned that a privilege-escalation bug found in the Linux operating system could be the "most serious" of its kind ever discovered. It has been present in the kernel for nine years and is being actively exploited by attackers.

Air raid near Iraq's Kirkuk kills 15 women: officials

Kirkuk - An air strike killed 15 women on Friday at a shrine near the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq, local officials and medics said.

US border town shrugs off Trump's Mexico wall plan

Nogales - Guadalupe Manrikez sums up the feeling of many in the small US border town of Nogales, when asked about Donald Trump's promise to build a giant wall dividing the country from Mexico.

Despite economy, Americans are optimistic about their credit

Many Americans are concerned about jobs and the economy. But despite today's business climate, most people remain optimistic when it comes to managing their wallet and personal finances.

At least 19 dead in Russian helicopter crash in Siberia

Moscow - At least 19 people were killed when a helicopter crashed in northwestern Siberia, Russia's Investigative Committee said Saturday.

Whalers in crosshairs at international huddle

Paris - More than 80 nations square off in Slovenia next week over the fate of the world's remaining whales, facing a multitude of perils from meat hunters and ship strikes to getting snared in fishing gear.
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