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​Canadian cop smashes car window, drags out driver (VIDEO)

A Vancouver police sergeant smashed a motorist's window before physically removing the driver from his car, a freshly shared video shows, prompting legal experts to question the limits of police behavior in such situations.

Mega downer: Kim Dotcom loses $67mn of assets to US govt

Megaupload streaming service mogul Kim Dotcom has just been slapped with a civil penalty from the US government.

‘Open the damn door!’ Germanwings captain’s desperate plea to Lubitz revealed

The captain of the doomed Germanwings plane shouted at his co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, “Open the damn door!

Arab League agrees to create joint Arab military force - Egypt’s president

Arab leaders have agreed to form a joint military force at a Sharm el-Sheikh summit, hosting Egyptian President Abdel Sisi has announced.

‘First time in 30 years’: Japan whaling ships return from Antarctic trip EMPTY

Two of Japan’s whaling ships have returned home from Antarctic with no catch onboard for the first time in nearly 30 years, local news reported.

​4 gas thieves killed, over 30 injured in Mexico as crashed tanker explodes

A heist to siphon off spilled gasoline from a crashed tanker in Mexico ended in tragedy with four dead and 34 people injured as the truck exploded.

Air Canada flight crashes on runway in Halifax

Air Canada flight 624 has crashed on a runway at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Canada, the airline has confirmed.

Far-right march in Germany eclipsed by anti-fascists, guarded by police (VIDEO)

The western German city of Dortmund on Saturday saw a far-right march outnumbered by scores of anti-fascists.

‘Stop US Army’: Czech activists protest military convoy (VIDEO)

Several hundred protesters gathered for an anti-NATO rally on Saturday in Prague, protesting against a US military convoy set to parade through the Czech Republic.

Boko Haram kills, ‘beheads with chainsaws’ 40 people to derail Nigeria elections

Militants from extremist group Boko Haram attacked several Nigerian towns, torching houses and fatally shooting those who fled before reportedly beheading some of the bodies with chainsaws.

​Three Indian men face 5 yrs in jail over beef slaughter

In the first case since a controversial beef ban law came into effect on March 4, police in India’s Maharashtra state have arrested three people accused of slaughtering calves.

Pandas get lonely? Cuddly creatures enjoy social interaction, GPS research finds

A team of Michigan State University scientists has discovered that pandas are more sociable than previously thought, and like to spend time together for weeks at a time.

​Ex-Chancellor Schroeder criticizes Merkel’s Russia policy

German ex-Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder has slammed Angela Merkel’s policy towards Russia, saying he understands Moscow’s foreign policy concerns and sees no reason to fear a possible Russian threat in Eastern Europe.

Spartak to the rescue: 102yo fan loses $12,600 in life savings to robbers, club steps in

Spartak Moscow football club has given a 102-year-old pensioner over $8,000 after he was robbed of a large sum of money.

Germany needs 500,000 migrants a year until 2050 - study

With the baby boom generation preparing to retire, the scarcity of labor in Germany is likely to become chronic, with half a million immigrants needed annually for 35 years, a study claims, predicting a sharp drop in Germany's workforce.

Switzerland launches criminal probe into illegal, 'anti-aging' animal cell injections

Swiss health regulators have announced that they started a criminal investigation into clinics and people who offered illegal animal cell injection as an anti-aging treatment.

Parents paying for the army? Court tells IDF soldiers' pay is living wage, not 'pocket money'

A high court in Israel has given the IDF 60 days to rethink their position on soldiers’ wages, saying those are not “pocket money,” but must cover living necessities, local media report.

An hour of darkness: Earth Hour 2015 kicks off around the globe

This year some 7,000 cities in 27 different time zones will be flicking off their lights in observation of the ninth annual Earth Hour, in an effort to raise climate change awareness and spread the message of energy conservation.

Arab nations move closer to unified military force as Yemen conflict escalates

Arab leaders hope to fulfill a long-held dream of creating a joint military force as they meet in Egypt this weekend.

UN staff, diplomats evacuated from Yemen as 24 killed in airstrikes

Some 100 UN staff and more than 80 foreign diplomats have been evacuated from Yemen, following the night of intensive airstrikes by Saudi-led forces.