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Op-Ed: Manny Pacquiao's speed is Floyd Mayweather's nightmare

Floyd Mayweather knows that he needs to find an almost instant solution to address Manny Pacquiao's extraordinary speed when they collide on May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Op-Ed: In Tikrit 400 IS fighters hold back 30,000 Iraqi troops

Tikrit - A force of Islamic State fighters believed to number about 400 according to one general, is holding at bay about 30,000 Iraqi troops and militia.

How were Neanderthals different? New remains give pointers

Leioa - A review of remains, originally recovered from a leading Neanderthal archaeological site in France over 40 years ago, highlights the differences between Neanderthals and humans.

Email auto-complete blunder leaks details of world leaders

A mistake caused by auto-complete technology while sending an email resulted in the personal details of the world's leaders who attended the G20 summit last year being erroneously revealed and sent to the wrong person.

Apple Watch Edition buyers to skip lines, do 'shopping journey'

Apple enthusiasts were slightly shocked when hearing the high-end Apple Watch Edition will have a $10,000 starting price. But there will be more perks aside from owning a gold watch.

Graphene technology used to desalinate water

Manchester - Given that less than 1 percent of the water on the planet is drinkable, a process to remove minerals, like salt, from water could help to alleviate many problems for the global community.

Op-Ed: Amir Khan won't have a shot at Mayweather or Pacquiao until 2016

For several years British boxing idol Amir Khan has been salivating for a lucrative fight against either Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao but now it appears that he won't have a shot at either of them until 2016.

First baby born clear of genetic illnesses after IVF – doing well

The first child in Europe to undergo treatment to eradicate inherited diseases in London is doing well. Results show that the child is healthy and free of a crippling family disorder, which his parents feared he would inherit.

Super-strong ‘uncuttable’ graphene nanofibers developed

Dallas - By manipulating the electromechanical properties of nanofibers, so that they stretch some seven times their natural length, scientists have created a material that is stronger and tougher than Kevlar.

How China plans to wipe out Ebola in Sierra Leone

When the African nation of Sierra Leone was declared a focal point of the 2014 Ebola epidemic, one of the first countries to respond was China. Since then, Chinese participation in the fight against Ebola has become critically important.

UK beaches being invaded by antibiotic-resistant bugs

Birmingham - It's a no-brainer to correlate swimming in not-so-clean water with coming into contact with antibiotic-resistant bacteria. A study has revealed that recreational users of the coastal waters off England and Wales may be at risk of exposure to these bugs.

McDowell Mountain Music Festival unites community, charities Special

Phoenix - The McDowell Music Festival, a charity event designed to engage the community, kicked off in downtown Phoenix March 27 through March 29.

One dead as police fire on car in incident at US spy HQ

Fort George G Meade - US police opened fire and one suspect died Monday after two men dressed in women's clothing tried to ram their car onto the grounds of the National Security Agency outside Washington.

NFL Rumors: Knowshon Moreno headed to Dallas Cowboys?

Dallas - 2014 was a very good year for the Dallas Cowboys as the team used a strong running game to take pressure off quarterback Tony Romo, but the loss of All Pro RB DeMarco Murray has left a big hole to fill and several rumors have surfaced about a replacement.

Op-Ed: 5 ways to fight low back pain in bed

Low back pain and sleep problems are more interrelated than you may think. In fact, did you know you can exacerbate your back pain by the way you sleep?

Op-Ed: U.S. signs agreement to teach immigrants how to unionize

The United States has signed agreements with three countries, Mexico, Ecuador and the Philippines, to establish outreach programs in an effort by the National Labor Relations Board to get immigrants involved in union activism.

One shot dead, another wounded, in attack on NSA gate

One person was shot dead by security this morning, another wounded after a vehicle tried to ram the gate at the complex housing the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). The FBI said they do not believe it was a terrorism-related incident.

New Alzheimer's drug stops disease, reverses damage to brain

A new Alzheimer's drug has performed so well in initial trials that the company developing it is planning a new phase of study with a 1,000 strong test group. The drug not only stops the advance of Alzheimer's — it reverses the damage done.

Zynga is being sued by its shareholders over alleged fraud

Gaming company Zynga has lost a court battle to stop a group of its investors suing the company for alleged fraud in the months leading up to its disastrous IPO, Ars Technica reports.

Manny Pacquiao skips morning run with muscle cramps; buys mansion

Manny Pacquiao's strength and conditioning coach Justin Fortune was trying to file his client's missing a running session under no big deal over the weekend. The reason Pacquiao missed the run was cramps in his legs but the injury shouldn't set him back.
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