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Why Amir Khan rejected fight against Kell Brook

British boxing star Amir has rejected the proposed fight against fellow British boxer Kell Brook saying the unbeaten rising star from Sheffield, England, is disrespectful and not yet on his level.

NASA working to make Venus atmosphere humanity's next home

It isn't the rocky cold surface of Mars that could be humanity's next home. A NASA project wants to make Venus's atmosphere humanity's next home.

Homeless in Detroit set up tent city in the shadow of downtown

Detroit - With Detroit, Michigan looking to the future after shedding a $7.0 billion bankruptcy debt, city officials are now going to need to address the tent city of homeless people that has been set up in the shadow of the downtown area.

First Roman Road in Central Dalmatia opened near Split, Croatia

Split - More inland treasures in the popular Croatian region of Central Dalmatia are uncovered with the opening of the first Roman road in a new initiative.

Spanish princess to stand trial in royal first

Madrid - Princess Cristina, the sister of Spain's King Felipe VI, will be the first member of the royal family ever to appear in the dock after a judge Monday ordered her to be tried for tax fraud.

Op-Ed: Dick Cheney's lack of care for innocent is America at its lowest

He is a de facto representative of the U.S, Dick Cheney. No longer in an office but still part of the political landscape. A player, maybe even the player in the GOP. And, as a recent interview shows, he is arrogant, smug and pridefully populist.

Boko Haram massacres 'infidel' civilians in horrific new video

A video released by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram shows the massacre of innocent Nigerian civilians, with a terrorist leader explaining they are being murdered because they are non-Muslims.

Pentatonix announce European leg of 'On My Way Home' tour

Grammy-nominated a-cappella vocal group Pentatonix have announced their U.K. and European leg of their "On My Way Home" tour.

Review: 'Gugure! Kokkuri-San,' not your typical supernatural anime series

"Gugure! Kokkuri-San," which finished airing and streaming on Sunday, is not your typical supernatural anime series. Being haunted by spirits could neither be good nor bad, but downright annoying and stressful. This is the review of the full series.

Atheists write their own Ten Commandments

Atheists now have their own version of the Ten Commandments, or more precisely, what the organizers and judges of the Rethink Prize crowdsourcing project to codify statements summarizing the beliefs of atheists called "Ten Non-Commandments."

Review: Carrie Underwood shines on 'Greatest Hits — Decade No. 1' album Special

Country superstar Carrie Underwood has released her first "Greatest Hits" collection, and it is an impressive musical work.

Apple CEO Tim Cook donating to LGBT rights campaign in South

Cupertino - LGBT advocates hailed Thursday's announcement that Apple CEO Tim Cook will help fund a major gay rights initiative in three southern states, including his native Alabama.

15 Fundamental Facts about Matt McAndrew of 'The Voice' Special

Matt McAndrew admits he’s quite content being named runner-up of ‘The Voice.’ The singer/songwriter behind “Wasted Love” also acknowledges his penchant for shedding tears & anonymity and his reverence for skateboarding, Nirvana and Harry Potter.

Tarpon Springs, Florida police officer Charles Kondek shot dead

Tarpon Springs - A day after the nation was shocked by the ambush assassination of two New York City police officers, a former NYPD and current Tarpon Springs, Florida officer was fatally shot while on duty.

Pakistan plans to execute 500 terror convicts, officials say

Islamabad - Pakistan plans to execute around 500 militants in coming weeks, officials said Monday, after the government lifted a moratorium on the death penalty in terror cases following a Taliban school massacre.

Elton John and longtime Canadian partner, David Furnish, marry

Today, nine-years to the day after Elton John and David Furnish entered into a civil partnership - at the time John had proposed to Furnish - they were married in England. The superstar pop artist from the U.K. and the filmmaker from Canada are now wed.

Alleged Australia child killer 'coping as best she can'

Sydney - An Australian mother charged with killing eight children will have her case heard in January, a court said Monday, as she struggles to come to terms with what happened.

Crisis-hit Russia's top allies build ties with Ukraine

Kiev - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev followed his Belarussian counterpart to Ukraine on Monday as Moscow's old allies built bridges to Europe while Russia's financial crisis and diplomatic isolation grew.

Indian officials seize tiger skin, arrest four

Forest officials in the south Indian state of Telangana have arrested four individuals who were trying to sell a tiger skin.

Review: 'Gugure! Kokkuri-San's' final episode pokes fun at the lawyers

The final episode to "Gugure! Kokkuri-San" combines Holiday-cheer and hilarity, while poking fun at people who work in the legal profession. "Destiny," the final episode, gives the anime a sweet and comically random ending.
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