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Teen counselling: Kids Help Phone launches Bro Talk for boys

A free counselling support service for Canadian kids who want someone to talk to is launching a new service that targets teenage boys. The service is anonymous and kids can get help dealing with any issue in their lives.

What Manny Pacquiao intends to do if elected senator

While Manny Pacquiao has yet to disclose his overall legislative agenda pending the filing of his Certificate of Candidacy for senator, he has mentioned some of his priority bills that he would push once elected to the Philippine senate.

Hungary fashion photographer under fire over 'migrant chic' shoot

Budapest - A fashion shoot that took its inspiration from the scenes of refugees and migrants desperately trying to reach Europe drew widespread fury on social media, forcing the Hungarian photographer to pull the pictures from his website.

Op-Ed: ACPAD — The new face of guitar?

Sydney - ACPAD is a 2mm thin stick-on bit of tech that turns an acoustic guitar into a wireless symphony orchestra. It’s perfect for us megalomaniac guitarists who want to play everything. It’s also a technological interface which does exactly what you want.

Libya agrees new national unity government: UN

Skhirat - Libya has agreed to form a new national government headed by Prime Minister Fayez el-Sarraj after months of tortuous negotiations, United Nations envoy Bernardino Leon said Friday.

China's smoking death toll to double to 2 million in 2030: study

Paris - Cigarette smoking will kill about two million Chinese in 2030, double the 2010 toll, said researchers Friday who warned of a "growing epidemic of premature death" in the world's most populous nation.

Is a serial dog killer on the loose in Mexico City?

- The sudden deaths of several dogs after walks in a popular Mexico City park has raised fears that a serial canine killer is on the loose, poisoning unsuspecting pets.

Canada saves Thanksgiving after heavy rains ruin US pumpkin crop

It is difficult to imagine Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie, but it is just possible that some holiday tables may be without this traditional menu item. However, help is on the way, thanks to our neighbor to the north, Canada.

Former Guatemala dictator's amnesty appeal denied

Guatemala City - A Guatemalan appeals court rejected an amnesty request from former dictator Efrain Rios Montt, whose retrial for genocide during the country's civil war is due to begin in January, the civil parties to the case said Thursday.

U.S., European experts to probe case of missing Mexican students

- Mexican authorities have invited international experts from the United States, Canada and Europe to join a new investigation into whether 43 missing students were incinerated at a garbage dump last year.

At least 160 people die violently each day in Brazil: Report

S - A total of 58,559 people died violent deaths in Brazil in 2014, or about 160 every day -- and police actions were the second-biggest cause, new statistics said Thursday.

Under fire in refugee crisis, Merkel goes on offensive

Berlin - Under growing domestic pressure over her open-door policy on refugees, Germany's Angela Merkel has come out swinging, insisting "we will manage" the crisis set to define her nearly decade-old chancellorship.

'When I Was a Child': Presenting Austin Crane of Valley Maker Special

The 27-year-old multi-instrumentalist, definitely one to watch on the American folk scene, provides an insight into his latest single and album.

Australian cities ramp up smart street lighting projects

A number of Australian councils are forging ahead with smart street light projects aiming to shift towards enhanced sustainability and a set of new energy efficiency goals.

India's Bellandur Lake is a real environmental 'horror story'

Bangalore - India's Bellandur Lake used to supply water to over 20 villages in the 1970s, but now it would be a stretch to even call it a lake. Other words come to mind, cesspool, toxic brew, or even chemical dump describes it better.

Brazilian president fights for political life

Rio De Janeiro - President Dilma Rousseff claims to detect a glimmer at the end of the tunnel in Brazil's political crisis, but what she really may be seeing, analysts say, are the headlights of an oncoming train.

French MPs adopt bill to block minors from leaving for jihad

Paris - French lawmakers adopted a draft law Thursday that will require minors to have permission from their parents or legal guardians before leaving the country in a bid to curb departures for jihad in Iraq or Syria.

Sister Bliss of Faithless talks 'Faithless 2.0' package Special

Sister Bliss from the electronica band Faithless chatted with Digital Journal about their 20th anniversary of "Faithless 2.0."

Netanyahu vows action against 'wave of terror' as attacks spread

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged firm action Thursday against what he called a mostly unorganised "wave of terror" plaguing Israel and the Palestinian territories but warned there was no "magic solution.

Review: Martina McBride pays tribute to Lynn Anderson with 'Rose Garden'

Country queen Martina McBride has paid tribute to the late Lynn Anderson by singing her signature classic hit "Rose Garden" at the Grand Ole Opry.
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