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Thai police hunt 'prime suspect' in murder of British pair

Ko Samui - Thai police on Wednesday identified a man caught on security camera as the "prime suspect" in the murder of two British tourists on a resort island, as detectives raised hopes that a post-mortem examination would yield valuable clues.

Rushed evacuations as Philippine volcano spews lava

Manila - Lava cascaded down the Philippines' most active volcano on Wednesday as authorities rushed to evacuate thousands ahead of a possible deadly eruption.

VIDEO: Bear seeks refuge from heat in California swimming pool

Sierra Madre - As thousands of residents in southern California attempt to escape the stifling heat plaguing the area, wildlife are also seeking refuge from the triple digit temperatures, prompting a bear to take a dip in one neighborhood pool.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: David Guintoli’s 'Grimm' fairytale life Special

The leading man of the hit supernatural fantasy series ‘Grimm’ discusses the evolution of his character throughout three seasons, how portraying a Wesen-hunter has informed the actor within, his hopes for Season 4 and his flirtation with narcissism.

Thousands flee as PH Mayon Volcano spews lava

Mount Mayon, the Philippines most active volcano located in Southern Luzon Island of the Philippines, is on the verge of possible major eruption following earlier sightings of lava flows and occurrence of multiple tremors over the past few days.

Interview with Todd Hunter of Dragon Special

One of the founding members of the iconic Australian pop/rockers talks to Digital Journal about the band's new album and looks back on 40 years in the business.

More air attacks on Islamists in Libya

Tripoli - General Saqr Jarrushi an aide to CIA-linked General Hafter claimed that their forces had carried out an air strike on the town of Gharyan, 120 kilometers southwest of the Libyan capital of Tripoli.

NZ political party sued by Eminem's publishers

American rapper Eminem's music publishers filed a lawsuit against New Zealand's ruling party over music that it used in a infomercial.

Mexico readies airlift of tourists stranded by hurricane

Cabo San Lucas - Mexican military and commercial airplanes began to airlift tourists stranded in the Los Cabos resorts after Hurricane Odile left luxury hotels and communities in tatters.

Polls on eve of referendum suggest Scots to vote 'No'

Edinburgh - Opinion polls on the eve of Scotland's historic referendum suggest voters will narrowly reject independence, as the rival camps battle on, aware the result remains too close to call.

California wildfires force thousands from their homes

Weed - Thousands of Northern California residents were forced to evacuate their homes Tuesday as a series of wildfires burned out of control in the drought-afflicted countryside.

Wildfires rage across drought-hit California

Los Angeles - As many as 6,000 firefighters were battling a wave of wildfires raging across California, which is gripped by a historic drought and near-record temperatures.

Fiji stages first election since 2006 coup

Suva - Fijians voted on Wednesday in the South Pacific nation's first election since a 2006 coup, with the military on standby in case violence flares but police reporting no problems in early polling.

Seven police dead in Colombia ambush

Estanzuela - At least seven police officers were killed and seven wounded when gunmen from the FARC rebel group ambushed their convoy in remote northwestern Colombia, officials said.

Obama: Ebola crisis 'spiraling out of control'

Atlanta - President Barack Obama issued a global call to action to fight West Africa's Ebola epidemic, warning the deadly outbreak was unprecedented and "spiraling out of control," threatening hundreds of thousands of people.

Glastonbury Festival tickets set to go on sale

At 9 am on October 5 tickets for the 2015 Glastonbury Festival will go on sale. This annual event has been getting bigger and more popular each year. Headliners from last year included Metallica and Kasabian, but Dolly Parton stole the show.

South Korea detains American trying to swim to the North

Seoul - South Korean soldiers detained a US citizen trying to swim across the river border into North Korea -- reportedly to meet leader Kim Jong-Un -- the South's defence ministry said on Wednesday.

Op-Ed: The anatomy of perpetual deception in a post-9/11 world

After all we've been through since 9/11 -- after fighting a prefabricated enemy created by Washington -- Americans still haven't learned a thing. Another illegal war predicated on deception will only make things worse.

Absence of 'Flying Rivers' causing severe drought in Brazil

The extreme drought now affecting Sao Paulo, Brazil is thought to be because of the absence of South America's "flying Rivers." No, they are not a mythical entity, but the name given the clouds of water vapor that bring rains to Southeastern Brazil.

French parliament approves jihadist travel ban

Paris - France's parliament approved a new anti-terror bill aimed at preventing potential jihadists from travelling to Iraq, Syria or elsewhere by confiscating their passports.
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