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Weird purple slime choking Norway's fjords — What is it?

Fisherman in northern Norway first noticed the strange-looking purple slime in late August of this year. At first, there were large clots of the slimy stuff, but now, it has collected in a 200 meter (219 yards) wide belt around Lyngen Fjord.

Jurgen Klopp's dynamic philosophy suits current Liverpool side

It was over before it really began. Manchester City were left bewildered, simply wondering what went wrong in what was a truly remarkable performance from Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

Life returns to Syrian town after IS ousted

- Outside her home in a town of northeast Syria, four-year-old Baydaa scribbles on a leaflet of religious rules left behind by the Islamic State group as they fled earlier this month.

Tactical Preview: Leicester City — Manchester United

Manchester United’s Saturday afternoon visit to Leicester City features the top two sides in the Premier League battling for sole possession of first place.

Israelis not Muslims were arrested in U.S. after 'celebrating' 9/11

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump says he saw "thousands of people cheering" as the World Trade Center collapsed following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

CFIA recalls cheese products over possible Listeria contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is recalling a number of imported cheese products due to possible Listeria contamination. The recall was originally issued on Nov. 21, but has been updated.

Tyson Fury banks on youth, height, reach to beat Klitschko

Unbeaten British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury will be using his physical advantages, specifically his height and reach as well as his youth, to pull off an upset against heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday night in Dusseldorf,Germany.

Op-Ed: Terence Crawford need not wait for Pacquiao's decision

WBO light welterweight champion Terence Crawford need not wait for Manny Pacquiao's to name his opponent for his farewell fight which is set for April 9.

21 die in Nigeria Shiite Muslim march suicide attack

Kano - At least 21 people were killed on Friday when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the crowds at a Shia Muslim procession near the north Nigerian city of Kano, in the latest violence to hit the troubled region.

Suspicious boats with decomposed bodies found drifting off Japan

Toukyo - Japan is investigating nearly a dozen suspicious boats recently found drifting off the country's coastline, some with decaying bodies aboard, officials said Friday, as media speculated they came from North Korea.

Gunman kills three at US family planning center

Colorado Springs - A gunman opened fire at a prominent family planning center in Colorado, killing three people and wounding several in a standoff that dragged on for five hours before he surrendered.

Hackers replace ISIS site with Viagra ad and message to calm down

A group associated with the famed hacker collective Anonymous has a message for ISIS, which it promptly displayed by taking down one of the terror organization's sites. A message, it appears, in the form of an advertisement for Viagra, and a suggestion.

Protests as France's Hollande calls on UK to join Syria campaign

Paris - French President Francois Hollande has urged British MPs to back an air campaign against the Islamic State group in Syria, as thousands prepared to march on London Saturday to oppose the plans.

Review: Pentatonix heavenly on 'Joy To The World' cover video Special

Never has the Christmas classic "Joy To The World" sounded better than when covered by a capella vocal group Pentatonix.

Op-Ed: UN and others act as if Libyan unity government is a certainty

Tripoli - The Libyan Government of National Accord(GNA) is the unity government proposed in the Libyan Political Agreement(LPA). The final draft of the LPA was presented to the two rival governments some time ago by Bernardino Leon, then UN Special Envoy to Libya.

Op-Ed: China — Losing in the South China Sea, winning in Africa?

With the world still reeling after the bloody Paris attacks of November 13, it’s no surprise that the flurry of international talk shops that convened in their wake went barely noticed in Western media.

Op-Ed: Why Manny Pacquiao won't pick Amir Khan for his next fight

Amir Khan should not put too much hope in his camp's ongoing fight negotiations with Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum because his chances of getting Pacquiao in the ring with him are almost nil.

Drowned Aylan's family to be admitted to Canada

Montr - Some surviving relatives of drowned Kurdish toddler Aylan Kurdi, whose beached corpse became a global symbol of the Syrian refugee crisis, will be admitted to Canada, broadcaster CBC reported Friday.

Can eating less meat help to reduce global warming?

One of the world's most influential think-tanks has co-authored a report with the University of Glasgow that takes on livestock production and its impact on global warming, as well as our over-consumption of meat.

Japan to resume 'research' whaling in Antarctic: Media

Toukyo - Japan will resume "research" whaling in the Antarctic by the end of March next year, local media reported Saturday, despite a call by global regulators for more evidence that the expeditions have a scientific purpose.
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