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  • Chinese woman missing for 10 years is found living in an internet cafe

    Xiao Yun's parents thought that their daughter was dead after she ran away 10 years ago and never surfaced. Last week, police in China found the 24-year-old alive and well, having spent the last decade living and playing in internet cafes. The South China Morning Post and Star Online reported that the woman had run away when she was 14 after an argument with her parents. Since then, she's been playing the video game "CrossFire" and spending her days living, playing, and sleeping in internet cafes, the Star Online reported. Police found the woman using a fake ID card during a routine check of an internet cafe. Once they took her to the station, she confessed that she had run away and had been

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  • Kevin Chan and Kayla Drumonde charged with gang sex assault

    A private math tutor and his fiancée have been charged with gang sexual assault and sexual interference involving a 14-year-old girl, Toronto police say. Kevin Chan, 32, and fiancée, Kayla Drumonde, 23, were arrested on Tuesday. Chan was the girl's math tutor for a number of years, while Drumonde volunteered at the school the girl attended and the couple befriended the student.

  • Goodbye Wi-Fi, Hello Li-Fi: New Wireless Technology Is 100 Times Faster

    New wireless technology has been tested that is 100 times stronger than Wi-Fi. The technology, which transmits information using visible light communication, is being tested in offices and other workplaces in Tallinn in Estonia. Tests in the lab have revealed that Li-Fi can be up to 100 times quicker than Wi-Fi - it uses visible light and transmits messages through binary code.

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  • Sidney Crosby, Mario Lemieux have 'big falling out': Report

    “I’ve heard over coaching, I’ve heard also after the (2014) playoffs when they lost out,” Barnaby said. “Maybe the personnel isn’t right?”

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  • Gay lottery winner asks Internet how much he should give to homophobic parents

    If you won the lottery today, say $15 million for instance, how much money would you give to your parents and family members?

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  • Man Called ‘Phuc Dat Bich’ Admits The Whole Thing Was A Hoax

    A man who went viral all over the world after claiming that Facebook had discriminated against his name has admitted that the whole thing was a hoax. The man, who claimed to be called Phuc Dat Bich, posted a photo of his apparent passport to Facebook in January - and claimed that it was proof of his actual name. Posting under the appropriate name of Joe Carr (geddit), he wrote: ‘Facebook needs to understand that it is utterly impossible to legitimise a place where there will always be pranksters and tricksters.

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  • Mass shooting in New Orleans leaves city on edge; 'No one feels safe,' professor says

    New Orleans officials are quite sure someone knows the identities of the shooters who opened fire on each other in a crowd of hundreds of people during a block party — and they are urging them to come forward. Police Superintendent Michael Harrison says the shootout that wounded 17 people Sunday night was probably gang-related. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu told a news conference Monday that given the number of people at the playground, it's "pretty clear that people do know" who the shooters are.

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  • The Good People Of Scotland Are Really Determined To Take On ISIS

    ISIS might be threatening to wage an all-out war on the Western world, but it seems that they haven’t thought about having to deal with the might of Scotland and it’s people.

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  • Airlines resent paying tab to return passengers rejected by Canada

    Major Canadian airlines say they're unfairly shouldering the costs of removing from Canada people who arrive with a passport or other valid document only to be turned away by federal officials. There are "numerous scenarios" in which air carriers must pay the tab for returning such inadmissible arrivals to their home country, Air Canada says in a submission to a federal review panel studying transportation policy. "In extreme cases, should the passenger become ill and be hospitalized before they leave Canada, carriers are even expected to pick up the medical bills," Air Canada says in its submission to the review of the Canada Transportation Act.

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  • Trudeau is discriminating against single, straight male refugees. Why is he afraid?

    Omer Aziz is a writer, JD candidate at Yale Law School, and a fellow at the Yale Information Society Project. He worked most recently for the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria. In the details of the Canadian government’s plan to resettle Syrian refugees is a disturbing subtext of discrimination and exclusion that ought to give supporters of the policy a moment of pause. The policy, as it stands today, is that straight, single men travelling alone will have their applications denied or deferred – as will orphans without relatives already in Canada – while families, religious minorities and LGBT individuals will be prioritized. In other words, the government has decided that the lives of some

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  • It's time to test everyone in Canada for HIV/AIDS, says Dr. Julio Montaner

    The best way to eliminate HIV and AIDS in Canada is to test everyone for the virus, regardless of whether they are at risk or not, according to one of the world's leading experts on the disease. Dr. Julio Montaner, the director of British Columbia's Centre for Excellence in HIV and AIDS, says that in B.C. alone, 2,000 of the 15,000 people with HIV/AIDS don't even know they're infected and so are more likely to spread the virus. It's estimated one in six people have an advanced form of HIV by the time they're diagnosed, and that more than half of new infections are transmitted by people who don't know they have HIV.

  • Tiny Dog Survives Brutal Torture After Teens Break His Neck And Set Him On Fire

    Teenagers tortured a beloved family dog in what an RSPCA inspector has described as the “worst ever” unprovoked attack. 

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  • Store Defends ‘Racist’ Price Blunder As Black Doll Priced Cheaper Than White

    A shop had been forced to defend itself after a pricing blunder appeared to show black dolls at a lower price than white ones. A picture of the dolls next to each other in the Shoprite Shopping Mall in Maun, Botswana, appeared to show the white doll selling for 149.95 ZAR (£7) and the black doll selling for 99.95 ZAR (£4.74). One outraged shopper tweeted the picture to the company, writing: “Please explain why is a black doll cheaper than a white doll?

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  • Cat Covered In Concrete Found Curled Up On Doorstep

    A cat found covered in concrete on a doorstep has been saved after its fur was completely shaved off. The two-year-old ginger tom, who has been given the name Grant, was discovered by Faye Richards outside her home in Withywood in Bristol. Because the cat was covered from head to tail in concrete, the 39-year-old medical receptionist didn’t even know it was an animal at first, mistaking it for a bundle of parcel tape.

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  • Edmonton driver fuming over photo-radar fleet's idling ways

    The flash of a camera from a roadside speed trap will make almost any driver angry, but an Edmonton man has found another reason to loathe the city's photo-radar fleet: exhaust fumes. Kelly Rota says vans within the city's fleet are left to idle for hours at a time, spewing pollution into the air, even in no-idle zones. Rota was told photo-radar vans are considered emergency vehicles and are therefore exempt from the rules.

  • Ukraine stops buying natural gas from Russia, closes its airspace to Russian planes

    Tensions between Russia and Ukraine escalated Wednesday as Ukraine decided to stop buying Russian natural gas — hoping to rely on supplies from other countries — and closed its airspace to its eastern neighbour. Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in March 2014 and its support for separatist rebels in the east has brought relations between the two countries to a post-Soviet low. Ukraine has since been trying to cut its dependence on Russian gas.

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  • RCMP looking for two men after 'suspicious behaviour' on Toronto bridge

    Wed, Nov 25: The RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in identifying two men with "suspicious behaviour" at a downtown Toronto bridge in August.

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  • Justin Trudeau meets the Queen in London (15 photos)

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touched down in London to meet with the Queen at Buckingham Palace and with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

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  • Man released after 44 years in jail marvels at a changed world

    Otis Johnson went to jail in 1970 for assaulting a police officer. Upon his release, a team from Al Jazeera English accompanied him as he adjusted, and made a moving six-minute documentary about Johnson’s re-entry into a world that at times he struggles to understand.

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  • Parents facing charges after kids left in freezing car while they gambled

    Wed, Nov 25: A 35-year-old woman and a 58-year-old man faces child abandonment charges after they allegedly left their two young children inside a van while both of them gambled at the Great Blue Heron Casino on Island Road in Scugog on Nov. 24.

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