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Shia LaBeouf says he was raped in L.A. during a performance

Shia LaBeouf has told a magazine that during a performance piece in February in L.A. a woman raped him. This occurred, he said, while his girlfriend, and the woman's boyfriend were in a line-up outside. He says the experience was "no good."

Employees working holidays to be paid double if CA bill passes

Sacramento - Workers in California who work on Thanksgiving and Christmas may get a bit of financial relief if a California lawmaker has her way. Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez plans to introduce a bill doubling the pay of employees who work on the two holidays.

Pope heads to Istanbul in symbolic visit

Istanbul - Pope Francis on Saturday heads to Istanbul for the second leg of his first trip to Turkey, in a richly-symbolic visit set to include a tour of a mosque and a meeting with the Orthodox ecumenical patriarch.

Mars One: Short list to get shorter - the personal interviews

Over the next few months, the 663 candidates who survived the first round selection process to become the first colonizers to go to Mars, will now go through an interview with Mars One's Chief Medical Officer. Those who survive will go on to round three.

'Coppelion' to get North American home video release in Feb.

If you enjoyed "Coppelion," look forward to the DVD and Blu-Ray home video release scheduled for February 2013. In the meantime, enjoy these promo clips.

At least 120 dead in Nigeria mosque suicide attack

Kano - At least 120 people were killed and 270 others wounded when two suicide bombers blew themselves up and gunmen opened fire during weekly prayers at the mosque of one of Nigeria's top Islamic leaders.

After five years no one convicted for Philippine massacre

Manila - November 23 was the fifth anniversary of a slaughter allegedly committed by members of the Ampatuan clan in Maguindanao province in the large southern island of the Philippines Mindanao.

Angry protests in Haiti over election delays

Port-au-prince - Thousands of angry protesters took to the streets of Haiti Friday to demand the resignation of President Michel Martelly, in the latest public outcry over long-delayed elections in the troubled Caribbean nation.

Days of rain could relieve severe Northern California drought

San Francisco - Rain is expected to start falling this afternoon in Northern California and could continue for several days in the largest storm to reach the region in years.

Venezuela to slash budget after OPEC steadies output

Caracas - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered his government to slash the budget of his oil-dependent and economically-weak nation, as crude prices plunge after OPEC held output steady.

Provodnikov bounces back, stops Castillo in round 5

Former Manny Pacquiao's sparring partner Ruslan Provodnikov has bounced back pretty quickly after his loss to Chris Algieri by knocking out veteran Mexican fighter Jose Luis Castilllo in the fifth round of their encounter Saturday in Russia.

Death toll soars in Venezuela prison poisoning: lawmaker

Caracas - The death toll from the mass poisoning this week of inmates at a Venezuelan jail has risen to 35, a lawmaker said Friday, though prison officials insisted the tally was far lower.

Sipping at the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Special

Dublin - The Guinness Storehouse is one of the highlights of any visit to Dublin, Ireland's vibrant capital city. The Storehouse is rich in history and takes the visitor through centuries of tradition and through to modern times.

U.S. protesters force closure of mall near Ferguson

Saint Louis - U.S. protesters forced a crowded St Louis mall to close for around two hours on Friday, demanding a boycott to post-Thanksgiving shopping and justice for an unarmed black teenager killed by police.

Mexico leader's security fix draws skepticism

- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's plan to crack down on gang-linked police is drawing scorn among critics who say he recycled old ideas to address protests over corruption and impunity.

Ray Rice wins appeal of NFL suspension, eligible to play

Former Baltimore running back Ray Rice won his appeal of his indefinite suspension today and is eligible to get back to the NFL playing field. Rice was suspended for striking his then-fiance, now wife, Janay, knocking her out. It was captured on video.

Leftist Vazquez poised for Uruguay presidential repeat

Montevideo - Tabare Vazquez, Uruguay's first leftist president, is favored to reclaim the post in a run-off election Sunday, playing political leapfrog with his rabble-rousing, marijuana-legalizing successor, Jose Mujica.

NDAA indefinite military detention of Americans on radio tonight

WCRN's the John Weston Show will discuss the law signed by Obama once again in 2014, which gives the Executive Branch the power to sweep up Americans and put them into military detention facilities such as Guantanamo.

Cut-off pensioners slowly starving in rebel-held Ukraine

Donetsk - Nina Nikiforovna, a pensioner in the rebel-held city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, took up begging recently.

Pope becomes first house guest in controversial Erdogan palace

Ankara - The vast gates swung open and the host personally welcomed his distinguished visitor with all the pride of someone who has just acquired a new home.
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