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He's baaack: Justin Bieber releases new song 'What Do You Mean'

The Biebs is back as Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has finally released a new song. Bieber put out the much-anticipated first single from his upcoming new album today and it has all the necessary tools to return him to the spotlight - for music.

Greek archaeologists discover 17th century BC palace near Sparta

An archaeological dig in Greece has discovered a 10-room palace from the 17th-16th century BC at a site of ancient ruins near Sparta. The Ministry of Culture said the palace dates back to the Mycenaean Age and the site revealed a host of artifacts.

Toronto policeman who 'kettled' G20 protesters in 2010 guilty

The Toronto police superintendent who gave orders leading to the arrest of hundreds of protesters at the 2010 Toronto G20 Summit has been found guilty on 3 of 5 charges by a disciplinary committee. Supt, Mark Fenton will be sentenced December 21.

Canadian boy, 10, accidently shot to death by 7-year-old brother

An accidental shooting in a home near Grande Cache in Alberta has left a 10-year-old boy dead. It appears that it may be a case of a firearm not being safely stored and a youngster getting hold of it.

Really Floyd? Floyd Mayweather buys a car for $4.8 million

It would seem Floyd Mayweather has been busy spreading his money about of late. Known for, and rather proud of, his lavish lifestyle, the defeater of Manny Pacquiao has just bought himself yet another car for yet another massive sum.

Australia's top female DJ Tigerlily talks proud moments, fans Special

Australia's top female DJ, Tigerlily, chatted with Digital Journal about electronic dance music, inspiring her fans, and her plans for 2016.

Terror charge against Australian teen dropped

Melbourne - Australian authorities Tuesday dropped a terror charge against a teenager over an alleged Islamic State-inspired plot to attack Anzac Day commemorations honouring the war dead, citing insufficient evidence.

Australian police find $12.6 mn cocaine haul on yacht

Sydney - Australian police said Tuesday 70 kilograms (154 pounds) of cocaine worth US$12.6 million has been seized from a yacht, as they crack down on syndicates trafficking drugs through the South Pacific.

Video: Humpback whale doing back-flip caught on camera

If you've never seen a humpback whale do a backflip - and few have - you'll want to have a quick look at both a video and a photo that show just that. The woman who took the photo runs a whale cruise tour and she'd never seen a whale do a backflip.

Steenkamps adamant Pistorius deliberately killed their daughter

Sydney - Reeva Steenkamp's devastated parents remain adamant Oscar Pistorius deliberately killed their daughter, telling Australian television their life has been ruined and they are not ready to talk to the Paralympian.

Moroccan gunman claims he is not a terrorist, only a hungry thief

The lawyer for the Moroccan national who has been arrested after his aborted attack on a train passing through Belgium said her client is not a terrorist. Why did he have an automatic weapon and 200 rounds of ammunition on the train then? To rob it.

Australian PM to spend week with remote Aboriginal communities

Thursday Island - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Sunday kicked off a one-week stay with indigenous communities in the country's north as he sought to boost development and jobs in the sparsely populated region.

Op-Ed: Jeff Bezos vs NYT PR disaster — Managing a mess

New York - After grim revelations in a New York Times article about Amazon’s workplace culture, CEO Jeff Bezos wrote a published letter to employees, saying they could always talk to him. He even gave them his email address.

Australia considers joining U.S.-led Syria air campaign against IS

Perth - Australia is considering a request from the United States to extend its air campaign against the Islamic State group in Iraq into Syria, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Friday.

German thieves break into shop, open 1200 beer bottles and leave

If you were going to break into a closed beer shop, in the dead of night, with the intention of stealing, if, then you would surely be doing so to take beer, right? No money in the till, just beer upon the shelves. After all, what else could you take?

Seven young 'jihadists' stopped from leaving Australia

Sydney - Seven young suspected jihadists have been stopped from leaving Australia amid fears they planned to fight for terrorist groups in the Middle East, Prime Minister Tony Abbott revealed Thursday.

Australian uses bed sheets to escape maximum security jail

Sydney - Red-faced Australian authorities Wednesday vowed to review security after a prisoner used bed sheets and a pillow to scale a wall topped with razor wire and escape from a maximum security jail.

Video of resourceful seal jumping into boat to escape orca whales

A rather resourceful seal saved itself from getting eaten alive by orca killer whales in B.C. waters last week. The desperate fellow jumped into an empty dinghy to avoid the whales and there is video of the seal waiting it out as the orcas search nearby.

Same-sex marriage bill introduced to Australian parliament

Sydney - A bill to legalise same-sex marriage was introduced into the Australian parliament on Monday but it is doomed to fail with Prime Minister Tony Abbott's government opposed to any changes.

Ocean liner gives up search for crewmember who went overboard

A search has been called off for the crew member of an ocean liner believed to have gone overboard. He has been missing since early Saturday morning off the coast of Newfoundland and the Queen Mary 2 turned around in an effort to find him.
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