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Two brothers rescue bald eagle, snaps epic selfie afterwards

Sudbury - Two brothers from Canada found a bald eagle with its talon stuck in a fur trap. They took action and freed it. After that, they took a selfie with it.

Japan says to resume whaling, fleet sails to Antarctic Tuesday

Toukyo - Japan will dispatch a "research" whaling mission to the Antarctic Ocean on Tuesday, the government said, defying international criticism and despite a UN legal decision that such activity disguises commercial hunts.

Drug trial of Metformin to begin, may increase lifespan to 120

The idea of living in a healthy body as long as 120 years has to be appealing to virtually everyone. But it's impossible, no? No, actually, it may not be, scientists say, and a drug has been approved for trial that could be a longevity breakthrough.

Ex-Malaysia envoy guilty of New Zealand indecent assault

Wellington - A former Malaysian diplomat pleaded guilty Monday to the indecent assault of a New Zealand woman, with a court hearing he burst into her bedroom naked from the waist down.

World leaders in Paris for climate-rescue summit

Paris - World leaders launch a whirlwind day of talks in the French capital on Monday aimed at forging an elusive agreement to stave off calamitous global warming.

NHL Power Rankings: Montreal scoring their way to the top!

Montreal - With the hockey season nearly one-third over, Montreal has continued their early season momentum with a 18-4-3 record and on top of the latest NHL power rankings.

Trucker steals 40,000 pounds of meat worth more than $100,000

Loganton - On November 21, someone stole thousands of pounds of meat from a plant in Central Pennsylvania. The meat was worth more than $90,000.

Review: Justin Bieber back with pleasant new pop album 'Purpose' Special

Pop superstar Justin Bieber is back with his new album "Purpose" and it is breath of fresh air. The Biebs co-wrote all the songs on this project.

Slave labor practices behind seafood sourced from Thailand

Eating our shrimp scampi or other seafood dishes, we don't give much thought to the hazardous and inhumane living, and working conditions laborers live under in Thailand while harvesting the seafood we are enjoying.

Obama, Hollande pay respects to Paris attack victims: AFP

Paris - US President Barack Obama joined French leader Francois Hollande to pay respects to the victims of the Paris attacks at the Bataclan concert hall early Monday, hours before the official opening of a UN climate conference.

Tiger befriends goat after it was served to him as live food

Primorskiy - Last week, zookeepers presented Amur the Siberian tiger with a live goat. Instead of eating the goat, Amur befriended it.

Tyson Fury ready for rematch against Wladimir Klitschko

Newly-crowned heavyweight king Tyson Fury is ready to give Wladimir Klitschko a rematch not because there is a rematch clause in his contract that requires him to face Klitschko for the second time but he is confident he will win again.

Video shows how many dustmites live in a typical mattress

The typical mattress is packed with dustmites, and a new video has surfaced that shows what a typical mattress looks like under a microscope.

Salvadoran church apologizes for pedophilia cases

Sansalvador - The archbishop of El Salvador's capital apologized Sunday for pedophilia cases involving a bishop and a priest and pledged to clean house.The two clergymen will also face church justice, he said.

Katie Markham talks 'Adele at the BBC' and her own tribute show Special

British songstress Katie Markham chatted with Digital Journal about being a part of "Adele at the BBC," where she was one of the Adele impersonators. In addition, she talks about her own Adele tribute show.

Review: Mario Frangoulis exceptional on 'Ave Maria' from new holiday CD Special

Tenor Mario Frangoulis is back with his new holiday album "Tales Of Christmas," and it features a superb version of "Ave Maria."

Op-Ed: TPP analysis reveals many disadvantages for Canadian business

Ottawa - The Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) is a huge trade deal among twelve Pacific Rim countries that the former Harper Conservative government signed in October shortly before the recent election.

Frontline Ukraine port votes in delayed local poll

Mariupol - Voters in the east Ukrainian government-held port of Mariupol on Sunday cast their ballots in a delayed local elections after an earlier poll was scrapped in the strategic frontline city.

Review: David Fox owns the stage in otherwise routine “King Lear” in T.O. Special

Toronto - As Edmund the bastard might put it, the wheel of David Fox’s association with Theatre Passe Muraille is come full-circle. A cast member of 1972’s legendary “The Farm Show”, Fox is back at the Toronto venue as the Bard’s greatest tragic hero.

Hamburg residents vote against 2024 Games bid

Berlin - Hamburg's bid to host the 2024 Olympics fell at the first hurdle on Sunday when residents voted 'No' in a crunch referendum as the German public again torpedoed plans to host a Games.
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