Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

Boxer Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines trains during a media workout in Hong Kong October 27, 2014. Pacquiao is on tour ahead of defending his WBO World Welterweight title on November 23 against Chris Algieri of the U.S. at the Venetian's Cotai Arena in

From Sports Nov 10

Boxing News 2014: Watch Out, Chris Algieri, Pacquio Knocked Out Stan Martyniouk While Sparring

Amid assessments by various boxing observers that Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao is slipping at a rate faster than rival Floyd Mayweather Jr, some experts still pick the eight-division title holder as the likely winner of the Nov 22 bout at the Cotai Arena in Macau versus American boxer Chris Algieri.

Sam Walsh, chief executive of mining giant Rio Tinto, takes part in a summit dialogue at the APEC CEO Summit at the China National Convention Centre (CNCC) in Beijing November 9, 2014, part of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit.

From Global Markets Nov 10

Despite Decline In Iron Ore Prices, Rio Tinto To Keep 2014 Output Target

When mining giant Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) holds it stockholders annual meeting in February 2015, the firm is hopeful it could bring a smile to shareholders on hearing news of higher dividends when it announced full-year results. The confidence comes from higher revenue due to sticking to plans to boost output despite lower iron ore prices in the international market.

Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked to a port for export overseas, in Moju, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, November 7, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions,

From Global Markets Nov 10

Australia-China Beef Deal To Boost Aussie Economy By $1.8B

The $1 billion agreement between China and Australia that would result in the export of 1 million cattle to the Asian giant would also boost the Aussie economy by $1.8 billion. The deal is expected to be officially finalised on Monday by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the APEC Summit hosted by Beijing.

Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri

From Sports Nov 08

Boxing News 2014: Former UFC Champ Carlos Condit Sees Pacquiao Convincing Win Over Algieri In Nov 22 Bout; Amir Khan Shares Same View

With just two more weeks left before Manny Pacquiao meets Chris Algieri at the Cotai Arena in Macau, more boxing experts are foreseeing a win by the Filipino champion who would likely give the American boxer his first career loss.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, and Prince William

From Law Nov 08

British Police Thwart 4 Young Islamic Terrorists' Plan To Assassinate Queen Elizabeth

Four young Islamic terrorists planned to assassinate Queen Elizabeth by stabbing her at the Royal British Legion Festival, a military party held in Royal Albert Hall. The event is scheduled on Saturday, Nov 8.

Rapper Nelly (C) takes part in a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson, Missouri August 18, 2014. Missouri's governor lifted the curfew for the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson on Monday as National Guard troops were called

From Sports Nov 08

Despite Shantel Jackson’s Lawsuit vs Mayweather, Rapper Nelly Says He Has No Hatchet To Bury With Boxer

What is it about American boxer Floyd Mayweather that male rappers who are the current partners of women who have issues with him still respect Money May?

Axel Poessy, a follower of the Puerto Rican leader of "Growing in Grace" Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda, who recently called himself the Antichrist, shows a tattoo with the number 666 in Managua June 26, 2007. Nicaragua's government will not allow t

From Law Nov 07

Forsyth County Releases Stomach-Churning Video Of North Carolina Satanist House (WARNING: VERY GRAPHIC VIDEOS)

The Forsyth County Housing and Community Development released on Thursday an almost 10-minute video of the home of Pazuzu Illah Algarad, a Satanist, which showed extremely stomach-churning footage of a house filled with litter, animal waste and pentagram-covered walls filled with depictions of the devil.

A medical worker (top, 3rd R) takes the temperature of a would-be immigrant at Maspalomas beach on Gran Canaria in Spain's Canary Islands November 5, 2014. Some 21 would-be immigrants arrived in a fishing boat on their way to European soil from Africa, Sp

From Science Nov 07

Canary Island Nude Beachgoers Panic As African Boat Arrives With Passengers Complaining Of Ebola-Like Symptoms

Naked beachgoers in three Canary Islands panicked with the arrival of a migrant boat from Africa at the Gran Canaria beach. It wasn't so much the island being a stepping stone from people escaping from the continent's poverty but the fact that some of the 19 migrants have complained of Ebola-like symptoms.

German anatomy professor Gunther von Hagens removes a boot from one of two plastinated human specimens arranged in love-making posture during the exhibit's unveiling at the current "Body Worlds" show in Berlin June 20, 2009.

From Law Nov 07

Stranger Rapes Aussie Woman Who Thought She Was Having Sex With BF

The Adelaide District Court sentenced on Thursday 38-year-old Mark Lee Duncan, a former soldier, six and a half years prison term for raping a resident of Richmond in February 2012. What was ironic about the case was the victim though it was her boyfriend who was making love to her, not a total stranger.

Actors depicting the legends of ghosts living inside New York's landmark Dakota apartment building are seen inside Nightmare: New York, a haunted house for adults, in New York October 22, 2014. With Hollywood-grade stagecraft and professional actors, haun

From Science Nov 07

Grandson Captures Image Of Dying Grandpa’s ‘Guardian Angel’ On Phone; Old Man Recovers

Chris Leadbetter visited his very sick 76-year-old grandfather, Bob Large, at the hospital. Thinking it would be one of their last few days together, the 20-year-old took out his mobile phone and snapped a photo of his grandpa who was being administered the last rite in preparation for his imminent death.