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World - Khokhlachev shootout goal, Bruins beat Jackets

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Alex Khokhlachev scored the winner in the seventh round of a shootout in his second National Hockey League game, leading the Boston Bruins over the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 Friday night.

Saturday, November 22, 2014  06:07


Europe - Nicola Sturgeon Becomes Leader of Scottish National Party

Ms. Sturgeon moved into the job after 10 years as deputy leader and immediately suggested that the party might seek a new referendum on independence.

Friday, November 14, 2014  14:31


Africa - World Briefing: Somalia: Gunmen Kill Minnesota Man

Gunmen shot and killed a Somali-American from Minnesota who had left his job to help the fledgling city government in Mogadishu with urban planning and drainage systems.

Thursday, November 20, 2014  01:55


Business - 7 Platforms for Free Conference Calls

The word conference used to be something that only business magnates used to use, people with high rankings in the business scene. Nowadays, anyone can create a quick conference call with anyone they like; their business partner, their associates, or just a newcomer who needs to be told what to do. It`s all possible, at no cost.It`s better known...

Saturday, November 15, 2014  11:58


Business - Are You an Entrepreneur or Employee?

I think there comes a time in every entrepreneur`s career where we all ask ourselves: `what do I really want out of this?`Do I simply want to go to a job every day? A job that`s all mine, where I make the rules, the hours etc or I delude myself into thinking I do.The problem with this is that this job becomes totally reliant upon you being...

Friday, November 14, 2014  21:48


World - Tunisia artists, media fear for freedoms after election

Tunisian rappers, comedians and journalists, fearful that next week`s presidential election could cement a return to power by partisans of the former dictatorship, are bracing themselves to defend the freedoms won since it was ousted in 2011. Under former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, tough censorship sharply circumscribed freedom of expression in the media and performing arts. A flattering piece on Ben Ali could always be found on the front page, and another at the top of the lineup on the television news. Rappers, a particular bane of the old regime, are leading the way in warning against what they fear could be the effective return to power of Ben Ali`s RCD party in the shape of Nidaa Tounes, which already won parliamentary elections in October.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014  11:36


World - Wanted Ben Ali son-in-law returns to Tunisia

An exiled son-in-law of deposed Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali returned to the capital Tuesday to challenge a jail sentence for having a gun, his lawyer told AFP. Businessman Slim Chiboub, who has been living in the United Arab Emirates since Ben Ali fled Tunisia in January 2011 during a popular uprising, had been sentenced in absentia to five years in jail for illegal possession of a firearm. `He arrived at Enfidha airport` south of Tunis, Chiboub`s lawyer Wissem Saidi said, before going `straight to the court in Tunis to challenge the ruling. The former president of one of Tunisia`s most popular football clubs, Esperance, Chiboub announced his intention to return home in an interview published last week.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014  22:12


World - Japan`s Abe: return to yen strength would lead to hollowing out, job losses

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday if the country returns to a period of excessive yen strength it would lead to a further hollowing out of manufacturing and job losses. Abe, speaking to reporters, said now the yen was weakening the era of companies shifting jobs overseas was over. Abe also said he wanted to support low-income households with tax transfers to rural governments. (Reporting by Stanley White; Editing by Alex Richardson)

Friday, November 21, 2014  10:09


World - Doubts linger over Clarke`s Test fitness

Captain Michael Clarke still has a chance of leading Australia in the first Test against India but will not play in next week`s final lead-up game, team medical staff said Thursday. Clarke has been in doubt to face India in next month`s Test series opener in Brisbane since injuring his troublesome left hamstring while batting during last Friday`s one-day win over South Africa in Perth. Team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said it was still unclear how long Clarke would be out of cricket.

Thursday, November 20, 2014  04:38


World - Owner of closed California sushi spot pleads guilty to selling whale meat

By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The owner of a shuttered Los Angeles-area sushi restaurant has pleaded guilty to allowing meat from the endangered sei whale to be served at the upscale establishment, in a case that outraged animal rights activists, a federal prosecutor said on Tuesday. Brian Vidor pleaded guilty in federal court in California on Monday to one count of illegally selling whale meat at his Santa Monica restaurant, The Hump, according to assistant U.S. Attorney Dennis Mitchell. ...

Tuesday, November 18, 2014  22:48

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