November 26th @ 7:13 PM GMT
Yahoo! U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Saturday that his administration would ''do all it can'' once he takes office on Jan. 20 to help increase freedom and prosperity for Cuban people after the death of Fidel Castro. Obama used his executive powers on a series of steps to ease trade, travel and financial restrictions against Cuba, arguing it was time to try diplomacy after the half-century-long economic embargo againstCuba had failed to shake the regime. Trump's first statement on ... (Top Stories)
September 22nd @ 2:00 AM GMT
E! Online Survivor has pitted members of two frequently sparring generations against each other for its landmark 33rd season--Millenials and Gen Xers are facing off in the Vanua and Talaki tribes--but they (Entertainment)
Survivor, Season 33
November 27th @ 1:02 PM GMT
Yahoo! The new head of South Africa's anti-graft unit, which this month alleged influence-peddling in President Jacob Zuma's cabinet, has laid a complaint against her predecessor for leaking a recorded interview with the president, newspaper Sunday Times reported on Sunday. Former watchdog Thuli Madonsela has said she had the right to make public the audio recording after Zuma accused her of not giving him an opportunity to defend himself. The report focused on claims that the brothers, Ajay, At... (Top Stories)
November 25th @ 10:00 PM GMT
Yahoo! The socialist leader also defended First Lady Cilia Flores as a ''revolutionary'' in his first public reaction to the guilty verdict handed down by a New York jury a week ago against two of her brothers' sons. The pair -- Efrain Antonio Campo Flores, 30, and Francisco Flores de Freitas, 31 -- were convicted of plotting to smuggle 800 kilos (1,760 pounds) of cocaine into the United States. ''Do you think this was a coincidence?'' Maduro asked supporters at a rally in Caracas. (Politics)
November 25th @ 7:53 PM GMT
Yahoo! Spanish police have announced an international arrest warrant against a powerful Ukrainian oligarch, identified by media Friday as controversial gas magnate Dmytro Firtash. Judicial authorities in Barcelona ordered ''three European arrest warrants issued against Ukrainian citizens considered the leaders'' of a criminal organisation involved in money laundering, police said in a statement late Thursday. ''Among them was a major businessman in the gas sector in Ukraine,'' the statemen... (World)
November 26th @ 1:08 PM GMT
Yahoo! Jonny Bairstow said England had a ''scrappy'' opening day after his half-century remained the only bright spot for the visitors who faltered against a persistent Indian bowling attack in Mohali on Saturday. Bairstow hit a gritty 89 to salvage some pride for England's batting after they were reduced to 87 for four in the morning session following their decision to bat first. Indian bowlers put up a combined effort as Umesh Yadav, Jayant Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja claimed two wickets each. (Top Stories)
November 26th @ 6:52 AM GMT
Yahoo! Tim Southee captured three quick wickets to put New Zealand in a commanding position in the second Test against Pakistan on Saturday. Neil Wagner also bagged two wickets as Pakistan collapsed to 76 for five at stumps on day two, still 195 runs behind New Zealand's first innings total of 271. Babar Azam was not out 34 at the close of play at Seddon Park with Sarfraz Ahmed unbeaten on nine. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 5:30 PM GMT
CBS News President-elect Donald Trump has a series of meetings with potential administration hires in New York. The possible choice of Mitt Romney for secretary of state is creating divisions in Mr. Trump's inner circle. Major Garrett shows how an influential Trump adviser has been outspoken against Romney. (Politics)
October 20th @ 2:22 AM GMT
E! Online As baseball playoffs continued Wednesday night, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were front and center as they watched the Los Angeles Dodgers face off against the Chicago (Entertainment)
Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis
November 28th @ 6:05 PM GMT
Yahoo! The first U.S. service member killed in Syria in the fight against ISIS was returned to the United States on Sunday evening in a dignified transfer at Delaware's Dover Air Force Base. Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Scott C. Dayton, 42, died near the city of Ayn Issa in northern Syria on Thursday after being injured in an improvised explosive device blast, military officials said. When a service member is killed abroad, his or her remains are returned to the U.S at Dover Air Force Base. (Politics)
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