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Sarkozy tipped to lead party in new charge for French presidency

Paris (AFP) - France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy was on Saturday tipped to win the leadership of his right-wing UMP in party elections, a position seen as a potential springboard back into high office.

Six charged over $1.28 billion drug bust in Australia

Sydney (AFP) - Six men have been charged over what Australian police said on Saturday was one of the largest drug busts in the country's history, worth up to Aus$1.5 billion (US$1.28 billion).

Taiwan votes in key elections ahead of presidential polls

Taipei (AFP) - Voters go to the polls Saturday in Taiwan's largest ever local elections, with the Beijing-friendly ruling party facing a rout in a key test ahead of the 2016 presidential race.

Arsenal and Liverpool seek to halt Premier League drift

London (AFP) - Brendan Rodgers has challenged his Liverpool players to kick-start the club's spluttering campaign against Stoke on Saturday.

Latin America TV's 'Little Shakespeare' dies at 85

Mexico City (AFP) - Mexico's iconic television comedian Roberto Gomez Bolanos, who enchanted generations of Latin American children by playing an orphan who lived in a barrel and a goofy superhero, died aged 85.

Pope heads to Istanbul in symbolic visit

Istanbul (AFP) - Pope Francis on Saturday heads to Istanbul for the second leg of his first trip to Turkey, in a richly-symbolic visit set to include a tour of a mosque and a meeting with the Orthodox ecumenical patriarch.

Ray Rice domestic violence suspension overturned

Los Angeles (AFP) - Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who was suspended indefinitely earlier this year after punching his now-wife, won his appeal, meaning he could return to the National Football League.

A Crime Surge Has Accompanied Wyoming's Oil Boom

DOUGLAS, Wyo. (AP) — Law enforcement officials in east-central Wyoming say they're seeing more crimes committed by workers newly arrived to the area's booming oil fields and don't have enough police and jail space to handle the problem.

It's Clear That Race Is America's Deepest Problem

RIOTS are rarely so widely anticipated. By 8pm on November 24th, when the prosecutor in Ferguson, Missouri, announced the grand jury’s decision not to charge a police officer with a crime for shooting an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, cops in riot gear were already in place and barriers surrounded municipal buildings.

This Game Company Sold 30,000 Boxes Of Bull Poop As A Black Friday 'Deal'

Cards Against Humanity, which bills itself as a "party game for horrible people," decided that it wanted to help potential customers "experience the ultimate savings" on Black Friday by taking its game off its website completely.  Instead, though, the site offered a bizarre and hilarious "deal": It sold boxes of bull poop for $6 each.  Truly.

US protesters force closure of mall near Ferguson

St. Louis (AFP) - US protesters forced a crowded St Louis mall to close for around two hours on Friday, demanding a boycott to post-Thanksgiving shopping and justice for an unarmed black teenager killed by police.

Leaders Are Fiddling While Europe Burns

Europe is in dire economic straits. Growth in the euro zone is stuck below 1%, unemployment is above 11% and inflation is hovering around 0.4%, far from the European Central Bank’s 2% goal and dangerously near outright deflation.

This Working Flying Car Prototype Is Absolutely Stunning

Flying cars might not be science fiction for long. Stefan Klein and Juraj Vaculik, cofounders of a company Slovakian startup called AeroMobil, have created a beautiful prototype that has already been on several successful test flights.  We touched base with Klein and Vaculik to hear more about their amazing vehicle.

The Highest-Paying Jobs At Apple [RANKED] (AAPL)

Who gets paid more at Apple: designers or engineers?  We've assembled a list of some of the top-paid jobs at Apple, based on data gathered from Glassdoor.

China Just Knocked Off The Range Rover Evoque And Jaguar Land Rover Is Not Happy

Range Rover's Evoque crossover SUV has been one of the company's most popular offerings. Suffice to say, the people at Jaguar Land Rover (Range Rover's parent company) were not happy when a Chinese car company unveiled a remarkably similar knock-off.

Marseille beat Nantes to cement top spot

Paris (AFP) - Florian Thauvin scored one goal and set up another as Ligue 1 leaders Marseille beat Nantes 2-0 at the Stade Velodrome on Friday evening.

Brazil exits recession with Q3 growth of 0.1%

Brasília (AFP) - Brazil's economy exited recession with growth of 0.1 percent in the third quarter, the government said Friday, a tepid result that is nevertheless welcome news for struggling President Dilma Rousseff.

BLACK FRIDAY: Here Are Best Deals On Electronics Today

Black Friday is the best day to get all those cool electronics you've been eyeing all year. We've rounded up the best products you can find on Amazon today.

THE DRONE GIFT GUIDE: Drones For Every Budget [Up To 55% Off]

This year is going to be dominated by personal drones. Why? Because they’re incredibly fun to fly, and becoming increasingly affordable.

Toned, tattooed Mickey Rourke returns to ring at 62 -- and wins

Moscow (AFP) - Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke picked up his boxing career on Friday night in Moscow at 62 years old -- and beat his far younger opponent in the second round.