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Canadian man charged with assaulting women's feet

York Regional Police in Toronto have arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a series of assaults on women and their feet. The alleged assaults have all taken place in the past eight days.

Ebola vaccine trial so far so good, produces immune response

A trial of the developing Ebola vaccine has shown positive results. The vaccine is being tolerated without major side effects by the 20 humans given the vaccine. The findings were published in the New England Journal of Medicine Wednesday.

Shock as Aussie cricketer Hughes dies from head injuries

Sydney - Australian batsman Phillip Hughes died Thursday from a rare head injury after a sickening on-field blow in a tragedy that sent shockwaves through the sporting world.

Teens who suffer concussions more likely to use alcohol, drugs

Research published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation found that teenagers who've had a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI) are more likely to use alcohol or drugs than teens who have not had a TBI. The numbers are alarming.

Stark video of boy with toy gun, Tamir Rice, being shot

Police in Cleveland released a video showing 12-year-old Tamir Rice being shot by officers in a gazebo in a park. The boy had a replica gun that looked real and police say he was reaching for it when fired upon.

Jennifer Aniston interview prank: BBC's Chris Stark feels heat

It may be one of the worst interviews in the history of BBC Radio 1 and Jennifer Aniston does a masterful job of making it so. Purposely. A colleague of Chris Stark, Stark was doing the interview, Scott Mills, asked Aniston to make it go badly.

Canada's opera stars of tomorrow shine at 'Centre Stage' Special

Toronto - Young opera talent was celebrated recently in Toronto at the Canadian Opera Company's annual vocal competition. Hometown favorites made up two of the three final winners, but the evening, overall, was a great showcase for Canada's impressive opera talent.

Germany's football chief tells FIFA boss Sepp Blatter to resign

Most football chiefs around the world have commented on the Fifa scandal surrounding corruption, but one executive has decided to speak to Fifa boss Sepp Blatter personally — and told him to quit.

2 new species of horned dinosaurs discovered from museum fossils

Two new species of horned dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period have only now been discovered, though the fossils the discoveries are based upon were found over 75 years ago. They sat in a Canadian museum, mistakenly identified as other, known, species.

Tulsa woman dies after being shot in head by 3-year-old son

Another incredible and horrific story out of the U.S. that speaks to the folly of having guns in the house and not caring properly for them. Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma report that a young woman was shot dead by her three-year-old son.

Aussie cricket player Phil Hughes struck in head

Australian cricket player Phil Hughes, struck in the head with a "short-pitched" ball during a tournment, is in critical condition in hospital in Sydney.

Formal inquiry urged into Australian military academy abuse

Sydney - Australia should hold a public inquiry into abuse at a prestigious military academy, a long-awaited report into disturbing mistreatment within the defence force found Wednesday.

Man spots his stolen guns posted on Facebook, arrest made

If you're planning on stealing valuable items from someone's home, anything, jewelry, paintings, oh say, guns, here's a tip: don't post photos of the stolen items on your Facebook page. No particular reason not to, except that the owner might see them.

Australia's PM denies buying Facebook 'likes'

The Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott, says that his increased Facebook popularity in India is due to his appearance with India's leader, Narendra Modi.

Ouch! Justin Bieber made $80 million in 12 months

Envy might prevent you from reading this but then again there is something compelling about misery. Here we go: Justin Bieber, the little guy from Canada who made it big on the world stage, made $80 million in 12-months from June of 2013 to June of 2014

World sends French man with Down's Syndrome 30,000 birthday cards

Thanks to his loving parents, and loving humans, a man in France with Down's Syndrome got more birthday cards for his 30th birthday than most people get in a lifetime. The cards and greetings came from all over the world.

Op-Ed: Campaigning to stop Doritos damaging the rainforest

Sydney - Doritos uses palm oil in many of snacks, and the planting of palm trees is, according to one campaign group, leading to deforestation of large swaths of rainforest.

Underwater robot sheds new light on Antarctic sea ice

Cambridge - A collaborative effort involving scientific teams from the UK, U.S. and Australia has produced the first detailed, high-resolution 3-D maps of Antarctic sea ice with the help of an underwater robot.

Australian mother charged after baby survives five days in drain

Sydney - An Australian mother was Monday charged with attempted murder after her newborn baby was found crying at the bottom of a roadside drain in Sydney, where police believe he survived for five days.Passing cyclists heard wailing coming from the 2.

Resilient newborn baby flung in drain to die beats odds and lives

On the surface this is a terribly sad story but there is a happiness to it. A newborn was thrown by a mother who could not cope into a drain to die but, by a miracle, days later it was found and is now crawling back to life.
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