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A heartwarming story circulating on social media tells of a penguin who swims 5,000 miles every year to see the man who saved his life. While there is some truth behind it, it’s also filled with plenty of misinformation. A biologist who documented the penguin sets the record straight.
An explosion hit the Turkish capital on Sunday evening, eyewitnesses said on state-run television. The blast was seen near Guvenpark in Ankara, state-run media reported. Damage to cars and injuries has been reported. The cause of the explosion is unknown.
An Arizona federal jury has begun deliberating a case against alleged ISIS supporter Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, accused in a thwarted terror plot targeting a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest in Texas in 2015.
It’s hard to say whether Bryan Adams’ guitar gently weeps. But the rocker is none too happy with Egyptian customs officials whom he accused of scribbling on his vintage six-string this week.
Liberal, social-media savvy, focused on a message of change and intent on making strides on the climate: President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered the spectacle of two world leaders unusually aligned on message and in outlook when they met at the White House Thursday.
This week’s state visit of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spotlighted Canada’s new focus in battling ISIS, which his two top national security ministers consider a more sustainable, and uniquely Canadian, approach to a conflict that focuses more on qualitative results than the size of the military footprint.