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  1. U.S. military targets Islamic extremists in Somalia
    The Pentagon says U.S. military forces have targeted the Islamic extremist al-Shabab network in an operation in Somalia.
  2. Quebec researchers give students simple advice for happiness
    A University of Sherbrooke professor says he has a way to combat increasing rates of anxiety and depression amongst children -- and all it takes is reminding yourself of what makes you happy.
  3. Celebrities hacked: How to protect your privacy
    Leaked nude photos of more than 100 celebrities have many wondering how it happened and if the average person should be worried about the privacy of their online information.
  4. Syrian rebels issue demands for release of 45 Fijian peacekeepers
    Fiji's military commander says Syrian rebels have issued three demands for the release of 45 Fijian peacekeepers they've held captive for five days.
  5. U.S. lawyer joins legal team for Jamaican killed in police custody
    A U.S. civil rights lawyer said Monday that she is volunteering her time to help represent relatives of a slain Jamaican man whose death in custody has amplified distrust of the Caribbean country's police force among many islanders.
  6. Canada's Eugenie Bouchard eliminated from U.S. Open
    Canada's Eugenie Bouchard is out of the U.S. Open. The Westmount, Que., native lost her fourth-round match 7-6 (2), 6-4 to Ekaterina Makarova on a sweltering Monday afternoon after needing treatment from medical staff midway through the second set.
  7. B.C. students fear for university applications as strike cancels classes
    As students in most of Canada enjoy their last few moments of their summer break, students in British Columbia still don't know when they will be returning to the classroom.
  8. British PM seeks to seize passports of suspected jihadi fighters
    British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday proposed new laws that would give police the power to seize the passports of Britons suspected of having travelled abroad to fight with terrorist groups.