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Review: Before You Exit electrifies Best Buy Theater in New York City Special

New York - On July 30, pop trio Before You Exit performed at New York City's Best Buy Theater, opening for British pop group The Vamps.

Australia 'increasingly confident' wreckage is from MH370

Sydney - Authorities hunting for missing flight MH370 are "increasingly confident" that wreckage found on an Indian Ocean island is from the ill-fated jet, the Australian official leading the search said Friday.

Afghan Taliban announce Mullah Akhtar Mansour as new leader

Kabul - The Taliban appointed Mullah Akhtar Mansour as their new leader, a statement said Friday, marking a historic power transition for the militant movement that has waged a 14-year insurgency in Afghanistan.

Texas town plagued with 'little red worms' in the tap water

Residents of a subdivision in the town of Old River-Winfree, Texas stormed the city government offices Monday night, all clutching bottles and plastic containers of water filled with tiny, little red wiggly worms.

Pagara brothers gear up for 'Duel in Dubai Part 2'

Rising Filipino boxers Jason and Albert Pagara are all set to clash with their Mexican opponents on Aug. 7 at the Dubai World Trade Center in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Google rejects French demand over global right to be forgotten

Paris - Google rejected a French demand to globally apply the so-called right to be forgotten, which requires the company to remove links to certain information about users if asked.

First discoveries from Philae comet lander released

The first wave of data from comet lander Philae came out on Thursday, revealing a trove of new information about the comet's composition.

Island nations seek UN help combatting climate change

New York - More than a dozen small island nations made an urgent appeal to the UN Security Council for help in combatting climate change, which they said poses a threat to their very existence.

Women leaders would make the world more peaceful says Dalai Lama

Dharamsala - Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama and spiritual leader for Buddhists and non-Buddhist followers all over the world told Larry King that the world would be less violent with women in charge in a recent television interview.

Athletes in Rio Olympics will be competing in cesspool says study

Rio De Janeiro - On Thursday the Associated Press released the results of an independent investigation into the quality of the waters where athletes will be boating and swimming in next year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

Closing arguments bumped to Friday in NC voting law trial Special

Winston-salem - Spectators hoping to hear final arguments in the lawsuit seeking to overturn North Carolina's controversial Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA) were disappointed Thursday when conflicts over witness testimony upended the court's schedule.

Surfer punches shark to escape attack in Australia

Sydney - A surfer punched a shark after being attacked on Australia's east coast Friday, suffering bite wounds to his legs and hands in what a witness said was like "a Mick Fanning replay".

70,000 Liberian births unrecorded in Ebola crisis: UNICEF

Monrovia - More than 70,000 Liberian babies were born without being registered as the deadly Ebola epidemic ravaged the impoverished west African nation, leaving them without healthcare and vulnerable to trafficking, UNICEF said Friday.

IMF 'will not join Greece bailout until debt concerns are addressed'

Washington - The International Monetary Fund said Thursday it would not join a new bailout program for Greece until conditions for debt sustainability, including debt relief and economic reforms, are clearly assured.

Op-Ed: Calif. fines six companies for selling pesticide-tainted produce

The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has fined six companies based in Los Angeles and San Mateo counties for ignoring warnings and repeatedly selling imported fruits and vegetables grown with illegal pesticides.

British PM's 'swarm' of migrants comment sparks outrage

London - Prime Minister David Cameron faced heavy criticism Thursday for saying a "swarm" of migrants was trying to come to Britain, as authorities in France struggle to stop them crossing the Channel.

Police commander killed in troubled Mexico state

Chilpancingo - Gunmen fired more than 100 shots to kill a police commander Thursday in the capital of Mexico's troubled southern state of Guerrero, while three other people died in another shootout.

Actor James Woods sues Twitter user for 'cocaine addict' comments

Los Angeles - James Woods, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles' superior court alleging that an unknown user named "Abe List" make a negative statements on Twitter about the Hollywood actor — namely he's a "cocaine addict."

Greek PM's Syriza party to hold congress in September

Atenas - Greece's hard-left Syriza party, deeply divided over the reforms needed to secure a new international bailout, on Thursday agreed to hold an emergency congress in September as requested by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

Hundreds protest in Taipei after student suicide

Taipei - Hundreds of protesters gathered in Taipei early on Friday calling for the education minister to resign after a student committed suicide, amid a deepening row over the island's "China-centric" school curriculum.
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