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'Miracle down-under' — Toddler has head reattached to neck

Brisbane - In a surgical procedure that is being hailed as "miraculous," a 16-month-old child had his head reattached to his neck after suffering an internal decapitation as the result of an automobile accident.

Rare white lion gives birth to four cubs at Toronto Zoo

Toronto - The white lion population at the Toronto Zoo has increased by four recently with the birth of four adorable — and vociferous cubs. White lioness Makali gave birth to two of the youngsters Saturday, Sept. 26, and then two more the following day.

Op-Ed: UN special envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon to be replaced

New York - The Libya Herald reports that Bernardino Leon the UN Special Envoy to Libya will be replaced by Martin Kobler a German diplomat in the coming weeks.

Does an ancient bacterium hold the key to eternal life?

Injecting yourself with a bacterium that's 3.5 million years old is either the dumbest thing a person could do, or it's brilliant. But that is exactly what a Russian scientist has done, in a quest to see if Bacillus F has the answer to eternal life.

Op-Ed: 2016 and the hysterical, mindless ugliness of American politics

Washington - Even thinking about American politics is ugly. Its insanity is its defining feature. The country is no longer functioning on basic levels. The rise of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump reflects more polarization in both parties.

Review: David Cook fabulous on new 'Criminals' music video Special

Singer-songwriter David Cook (and former "American Idol" winner) is back with his newest music video for "Criminals" and it rocks.

Migrant crisis debris: Greek island battles lifejacket mountain

Mytilene - For the thousands of refugees and migrants landing on its beaches every day, Greece's Lesbos island is a step to safety and a brighter future in Europe.

Microsoft buys company behind realistic physics in 600 games

Microsoft has announced it has bought the creators of one of the most popular 3D physics engines for games. Havok has powered hundreds of titles over the years and was previously owned by Intel.

Conservatives lead but Liberals close behind in election polls

Ottawa - With less than three weeks to go in the campaign, the Conservatives retain a very small lead over the second-place Liberals in the 2015 Canadian federal election race according to CBC poll-tracker averages.

Russia hits IS in Syria heartland in defiance of West

Birut - Russia bombed the Islamic State group's Syrian stronghold Saturday and vowed to press its aerial campaign despite criticism from Washington and its allies that the military action is strengthening the jihadists.

25 injured in North Iredell High School roof collapse in N.C.

Olin - Almost two dozen students and adults were injured Saturday afternoon at North Iredale High School in North Carolina after concrete from an overhang fell on them following a truck accident. Three people suffered life-threatening injuries.

Gay row overshadows opening of landmark Catholic Church synod

Vatican City - A gathering of bishops intended to reshape Catholic teaching on the family kicks off Sunday against a backdrop of controversy over the thorny and divisive issue of homosexuality.

Migrant crisis boosts Austria far-right ahead of Vienna vote

Vienna - Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) has drawn nearly even with the ruling Social Democrats (SPOe) in Vienna ahead of October 11 elections in the capital city state, according to a poll published Saturday.

Pop star Bera talks 'I Look Good On You,' future and Taylor Swift Special

International pop star Bera chatted with Digital Journal about his single and music video for "I Look Good On You" and his future plans.

Guns a way of life in U.S. college massacre town

Roseburg - Guns, jewelry and guitars may not immediately seem the most obvious items to sell together in one shop.

Investigators piece together motive of Oregon shooter

Roseburg - Investigators pieced together clues as why a student at a college in Oregon went on a shooting rampage that left nine people dead, before committing suicide as police cornered him.

Oregon school shooter committed suicide: Police

Roseburg - The 26-year-old gunman behind a mass shooting at a college in Oregon that left nine people dead committed suicide after a shootout with police, authorities said Saturday.

Aspen Foods recall expanded — 561,000 pounds of chicken recalled

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, that Aspen Foods is recalling about 561,000 pounds of frozen, raw, stuffed and breaded chicken products.

Peeple app to let anybody publicly rate anybody with no opt-out

A new app that will make it possible to publicly rate anybody without their knowledge is preparing for launch. Dubbed 'Yelp for people', the review-and-rank app will be impossible to opt-out of, to the fury of campaigners against cyber-bullying.

Portugal voters head to polls seeming resigned to austerity

Lisbon - Portuguese voters began casting their ballots Sunday, choosing between the incumbent centre-right coalition that steered the country through a punishing bailout and the Socialists, who promise to ease painful reforms.
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