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All foreigners are safe in Pakistan: Interior Minister

OTTAWA, Canada - The Canadian government issued a new travel advisory for Pakistan on Monday, advising citizens to "exercise a ...


Canucks down Capitals to end three-game skid

Elias Pettersson scored twice as the Vancouver Canucks snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory against the host ...


Capitals D John Carlson enters COVID-19 protocol

The Washington Capitals placed defenseman John Carlson in the COVID-19 protocol prior to Sunday's game against the visiting Vancouver Canucks. ...


Capitals' Dmitry Orlov, Carl Hagelin exit COVID-19 protocol

The Washington Capitals activated defenseman Dmitry Orlov and forward Carl Hagelin from COVID-19 protocol prior to Sunday's game against the ...


Canucks mired in road skid heading into Washington

The good mojo Bruce Boudreau brought with him to the Vancouver Canucks seems to have run out. The Canucks suffered ...


COVID-19: Karnataka's Hubli observes weekend curfew; markets deserted, police barricades roads

Hubli (Karnataka) [India], January 16 (ANI): Roads in Karnataka's Hubli wore a deserted look and market places fell silent on ...


NHL roundup: High-scoring Panthers score nine times in blowout

Carter Verhaeghe and Anton Lundell scored two goals each as the Florida Panthers continued to dominate at home, crushing the ...


Hurricanes put icing on 4-1 victory over Canucks

Martin Necas celebrated his 23rd birthday with a goal and an assist and Vincent Trocheck matched that output as the ...


Study reveals first recorded animal hybrids

Kungas were created in ancient Mesopotamia by breeding domestic donkeys with Syrian wild assesDonkey-ass hybrids pulled Mesopotamian battle wagons more ...


Improving Lightning take on short-handed Stars

The Tampa Bay Lightning continue to win without exceptional special teams play, but their power play and penalty kill are ...


Senators shoot for revenge against layoff-laden Oilers

The Ottawa Senators showed little signs of rust when they played for just the second time in 26 days and ...


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Suspicions on Russia as Ukraine websites suffer cyberattacks

KIEV, Ukraine: Many government websites in Ukraine have suffered cyberattacks, with the intruders posting the text, "Be afraid and wait ...

19 year-old Belgium completing solo flight round-the-world

BRUSSELS, Belgium: Zara Rutherford, a teenager from Belgium, is nearing the completion of a solo round-the-world flight. Rutherford, age 19, ...

FedEx asks US to let it install laser defenses to planes

MEMPHIS, Tennessee: FedEx is seeking permission to arm its cargo planes with defensive systems to thwart attacks by heat-seeking missiles. ...

Australians rejoice in potential death of Djokovic's sporting career

Not since the 1936 Olympics in Berlin has a government tried to prevent an athlete from competing in a sporting ...

French government's Covid policies cause teachers to strike

PARIS, France: French teachers have begun a nationwide strike organized by teachers unions to protest against class disruptions caused by ...

Great excitement in Tokyo over newborn twin pandas

TOKYO, Japan: Twin panda cubs have made their first public appearance before devoted fans at Ueno Zoo in Tokyo. However, ...

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UK, India begin talks to expand trade

NEW DELHI, India: The first day of talks between the UK and India on a potential free trade agreement took ...

At auction, $3.3 million paid for single page of Spiderman comic

DALLAS, Texas: The original drawings of a single comic book page from a 1984 issue of Spiderman has sold for ...

Nikkei 225 advances more than two hundred points, Hang Seng slips

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in Asia were mostly higher Monday, although the Hang Seng in Hong Kong lagged.The U.S. ...

Seeking money for programming, Netflix raises monthly price to $15.49

LOS ANGELES, California: Netflix has raised its monthly subscription price from $13.99 to $15.49 per month in the United States. ...

British energy company scolded by customers after sending warm socks

LONDON, England: The large British energy firm E.ON Next has delivered an apology after sending warm socks to 30,000 customers ...

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Jim Harbaugh, Rich Bisaccia favorites for Raiders job

The Las Vegas Raiders are expected to make a high-profile run at Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, but has Rich Bisaccia ...


No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka breeze in Australian Open

No. 1 seed Ashleigh Barty got off to a rousing start in the Australian Open on Monday, dropping qualifier Lesia ...


Brazilian footballer scores utterly bizarre goal but was it cheating

Fans were puzzled by whether the goal from Jacuipense star Jeam was intended or notFootball fans have been left baffled ...


Angry Karatsev edges through in Australian Open epic

The Russian tennis sensation smashed a racket and hit a ball into the crowd as he almost crashed out of ...


Tennis legend in damning verdict on weird Djokovic fiasco

John McEnroe has not minced his words about the saga that saw the Australian Open champ's visa canceledOne of the ...


Bengals put DT Larry Ogunjobi (foot) on IR

The Cincinnati Bengals put starting defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi on injured reserve Monday after he suffered a foot injury in ...


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Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Expectations were high for this top of the line Hyatt product in "The Big Easy". The taxi rolled up to the rear of the ...

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