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Andrew Ardizzi

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ITV studios to reboot 'Thunderbirds' with new series

London - "International Rescue" will be returning to their Thunderbird rescue crafts after ITV Studios announced it would revive the classic 1960s children's TV series.

Op-Ed: Sonnen, Evans secure title shots with victories at UFC on Fox 2

Prior to UFC on Fox 2, questions lingered as to who would challenge UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and longtime middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva. Those questions now have answers in the form of Chael Sonnen and Rashad Evans.

Op-Ed: Aldo needs to move up, fight UFC lightweights

There is only one conclusion the MMA world can draw from Jose Aldo's dominant, destructive performance at UFC 142 over UFC featherweight contender Chad Mendes: It's time to move up to the lightweight division.

'Week of strikes' looms over Italian austerity measures

Italy faces a "week of strikes," urged largely by the country's three largest labour unions, following Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti's €33 billion austerity package.

Op-Ed: Modern Warfare 3 aims to set FPS standard with Nov. 8 release

Revisions to video games are fairly common, although where Modern Warfare 3 is concerned, Activision aims to revamp the entire Call of Duty experience altogether.

Op-Ed: September 11, 2001 — If I knew then what I know now

We live in a series of moments, with the weightiness of each proceeding from it defining what's to follow, inexplicably shaping our lives with each breath we take.

Fan Expo 2011 descends on Toronto Special

Toronto - Every year during the last week of August, comic book fans join horror and science fiction fans at the Metro Toronto Convention centre for Fan Expo.

Op-Ed: Canada — Next NDP leader has big shoes to fill

When Jack Layton assumed leadership of the New Democratic Party in January 2003, the party was in shambles. With only 13 seats to its credit, little was expected of the NDP, and it's somewhat doubtful anyone could have foreseen its success.

Ridley Scott to direct follow-up to 'Blade Runner'

Oscar-nominated director Ridley Scott has signed on to helm a follow-up to the 1982 science-fiction classic "Blade Runner."

Canada: PM Harper calls for Syrian President Assad to resign

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has joined other world leaders in calling for the resignation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the wake of violent crackdowns to quell protesters and maintain power.

Terrorist attacks leave six dead, 25 hurt in southern Israel

A three-stage terrorist attack near the city of Eliat along the Israeli-Egypt border left six dead and another 25 wounded when insurgents opened fire on a bus destined for the city.

Great white shark's remains to be displayed in Halifax museum

Halifax - The remnants of a great white shark caught in the Bay of Fundy off the coast of Nova Scotia will soon find a permanent home in the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History.

Sweden: economic outlook downgraded, tax cuts postponed

Stockholm - The Swedish government announced they have downgraded their economic outlook and have been forced to put the country's planned tax cuts on hold stemming from the international debt crisis.

Israeli West Bank settlement plans irks US, Palestinian Authority

The United States and Palestinian Authority have stated their opposition to Israeli plans to build new housing units in the West Bank.

Mike Myers shows interest in fourth Austin Powers movie

Mike Myers is in negotiations with New Line Cinema to revive the Austin Powers film franchise for a fourth installment nearly ten years after the character's last on-screen appearance.

Palestinians move ahead with U.N. statehood bid

Palestinians will move forward in asking the United Nations Security Council to support their bid for statehood instead of working towards a negotiated agreement between the Palestinian Authority and Israel.

Police arrest more than 1,000 people in wake of London riots

London - Police in London have arrested a total of 1,051 individuals in connection with the London riots, while 591 people have been charged.

Iraqi cleric warns of hostilities if US doesn't 'go home'

Baghdad - A renowned and powerful anti-American Shi'ite cleric has reiterated a threat to the United States to have his thousands of followers attack American troops if they stay in Iraq beyond Dec. 31.

UK: More than half of Britons support death penalty

More than half of the British population would support the reinstatement of the death penalty, a recent poll conducted online has found.

Canada: Harper, McGuinty butt heads over political differences

Toronto - A war of words has erupted between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, with the former calling for the Premier's defeat in the forthcoming provincial election.
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