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IS raid in Iraq's Kirkuk kills 46, mostly security forces

Kirkuk - An ongoing attack by the Islamic State group in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk has killed at least 46 people, mostly members of the security forces, security and medical sources said Saturday.

Forever Trump: Diehard supporters' rallying cry

Johnstown - Pundits and pollsters say the bottom may be falling out of Donald Trump's White House run, but diehard supporters in the western Pennsylvania city of Johnstown strongly disagree.

Philippines' Duterte says will not sever US ties

Davao - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday he would not sever his nation's alliance with the United States, as he clarified his announcement that he planned to "separate"."It's not severance of ties. Severance is to cut diplomatic relations.

Flemish 'Mystic Lamb' masterpiece restored after chaotic past

Ghent - A painstaking restoration of a 15th-century Flemish masterpiece is revealing the long-lost detail and splendour that helped make the altarpiece one of the world's most stolen artworks.

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."

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 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.

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.

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.

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)

UN says Syria army used chemical weapons in Qmenas in 2015

New York - The Syrian army attacked the village of Qmenas with chemical weapons in March 2015, UN experts said in a report released Friday.

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.

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 Wild Card Gym in Hollywood.

Angry Venezuela opposition vows rallies, alleges coup

Caracas - A furious Venezuelan opposition vowed mass street protests next week, accusing the Socialist government Friday of staging a coup by blocking efforts for a recall referendum against unpopular President Nicolas Maduro.

Landmark exhibit featuring pages of enormous Qur'an opens

Books do come in all sizes, from tiny manuscripts that fit into a signet ring or one Qur'an so enormous that it's said a wheelbarrow was needed to carry it.

Video game voice actors go on strike

While video game culture got a real thrill this week with a preview of the new Nintendo Switch and the awe-inspiring new trailer for Zelda: Breath of the Wild, things took a darker turn for voice actors relied upon to help bring video games to life.

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.

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.

After the hurricane, cholera hits Haiti's suffering survivors

Jeremie - The rains inundating their ruined homes are no longer the biggest concern of the long-suffering people of Randelle: cholera is tearing through the isolated Haitian mountain village at devastating speed.

Inside Tate Modern's expanded cultural superstructure Special

London - One of London's most popular tourist attractions - Tate Modern - has almost doubled in size. The modern art gallery, housed in a disused power station, has opened up the underground part of the structure. The new aspects are bold and impressive.
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