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Animal trainer filmed whipping tiger denies cruelty claims

[embedded content] A world-renowned animal trainer has denied cruelty claims after being caught on camera whipping a tiger. Michael Hackenberger, director of Canada’s Bowmanville Zoo, has trained animals for Hollywood blockbusters including ‘The Life Of Pi’ and ‘The Interview’. In ...

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China accuses U.S. of “serious military provocation”

EDUARDO MUNOZ/REUTERS China’s Defense Ministry said U.S. deliberately raised tensions by flying the aircraft over the Chinese controlled island. China’s Defense Ministry on Saturday accused the U.S. of committing a “serious military provocation” by flying an Air Force B-52 bomber ...

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Toronto business woman wanted in stabbing at drug store

Toronto Police Service Rohinie Bisesar, 40, is wanted on an attempted murder charge after allegedly stabbing a woman at a Toronto drugstore. From business woman to armed and dangerous. A highly regarded financier in Ontario is wanted on suspicion of ...

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U.S. air strikes kill 350 ISIS fighters in Iraq

AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images A member of Iraq’s counter-terrorism forces flashes the V sign for victory in the al-Tameem district of Ramadi, Iraq, on Wednesday. Iraqi forces were able to retake a large part of the city.  WASHINGTON — The U.S. ...

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Post-Paris attack election win for French National Front

JEAN-PIERRE MULLER / POOL/EPA French President Francois Hollande (R) casts his ballot for the first round of the French regional election in Tulle, France. PARIS — France’s far-right National Front pulled off a historic win Sunday, topping the vote nationally ...

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Oscar Pistorius verdict changes to murder in appeals court

KIM LUDBROOK/EPA Oscar Pistorius has been convicted of murder by an appeals court. JOHANNESBURG — A South African appeals court has convicted Oscar Pistorius of murder, overturning a lower court’s conviction of the double-amputee Olympian on the lesser charge of ...

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U.S. Marine found guilty of killing transgender Filipina

LONGAPO, Philippines — A Philippine court on Tuesday convicted a U.S. Marine of killing a Filipino last year after he discovered she was a transgender woman in a hotel in the Philippines while he was on a break after participating ...

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Nearly 47 million Americans set to travel for Turkey Day

Mark Lennihan/AP Passengers line up to pass through security before boarding flights at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Area airports are set to see more travelers than last year, according to the Port Authority. Whether by plane, train or automobile, ...

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American among 27 dead after terrorists storm Mali hotel

An American was among at least 27 people killed in Mali’s capital Friday after grenade-hurling Al Qaeda gunmen stormed a posh hotel — taking scores of hostages and setting in motion a bloody standoff. Several hostages were able to save ...

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Journalist declines to appear before Vatican criminal probe

Sean Gallup/Getty Images Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi is accusing the Vatican legal system of punishing journalists. One of the Italian journalists whose expose of Vatican mismanagement made headlines is refusing to appear before magistrates of the Holy See to be ...

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