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Dutch electronic producer Dash Berlin is back with a new remix for his song "World Falls Apart" that was done by Thomas Gold.

Thousands join demo welcoming refugees to Germany's Dresden

Thousands of people took to the streets of the German city of Dresden on Saturday to welcome refugees, an AFP journalist at the scene said, following a string of violent anti-migrant protests in the region.

New Orleans mourns dead, celebrates life on Katrina anniversary

New Orleans observed the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Saturday, remembering the dead and joyously celebrating the "Big Easy's" comeback from disaster with marches and brass bands.

Review: Music Review: Keb’ Mo', Modern Dixieland and BluesAmericana Special

Keb’Mo’ is a passionate guitarist, singer, songwriter and arranger whose personal modesty and pure passion for celebrating the essence of life through creating music continue to propel his professional music career to new heights of success.

Hungary says anti-migrant barrier along Serb border complete

A razor-wire barrier along Hungary's border with non-EU member Serbia, aimed at keeping out migrants, has been completed, the Hungarian defence ministry said on Saturday.

15 held in Spain for smuggling migrants on water scooters

Fifteen people were arrested this month in Spain for smuggling Moroccan migrants into the country on water scooters, authorities said Saturday, terming it a "very dangerous practice.

Op-Ed: 2015 MTV VMA predictions for 'Video of the Year'

The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) will take place on August 30 in Los Angeles, and Digital Journal predictions who will take home the "Video of the Year" award.

Jailed Jazeera journalists all conflict-hardened veterans

The three journalists for Al-Jazeera television's English-language channel sentenced to three years after being convicted in a retrial of broadcasting false news are all conflict-hardened veteran correspondents.

Va. man jailed 4 months for alleged $5 theft found dead in cell

A young Virginia man jailed since April without bail for allegedly shoplifting $5 worth of snacks and soda from a convenience store has been found dead in his cell.

Review: Rita Ora and Chris Brown stun on new 'Body on Me' music video Special

British songbird Rita Ora has filmed a stunning music video for her single "Body on Me," where she collaborates with music star Chris Brown.

Tropical Storm Erika breaks up over Cuba

Erika broke up as it raked Cuba Saturday, bringing the drought-parched island heavy rains after the tropical storm earlier left at least 20 dead in the tiny island nation of Dominica.

Vatican paedophilia suspect died of heart problems: Autopsy

Initial autopsy results indicate that a former Polish archbishop who would have been the first high-ranking Catholic Church official to go on trial for paedophilia died of natural causes linked to heart problems, the Vatican said Saturday.

Sweden's far-right wants referendum on immigration

Sweden's far-right Sweden Democrats, which recently topped an opinion poll for the first time, want a referendum to be held on the country's generous immigration policy, its party leader said Saturday.

Polish 'gold train' city basks in Loch Ness Monster effect

Polish tour guide and ex-treasure-hunter Andrzej Gaik cannot contain his excitement as he points to the train track slope that has left the world spellbound: hidden in its depths may very well be a Nazi gold train.

Lebanese hold mass 'You Stink' rally against politicians

Tens of thousands of protesters from across Lebanon flocked to a mass rally Saturday in downtown Beirut against a political class accused of corruption and failing to provide basic services.

South Sudan rebels, army trade blame for fresh fighting

South Sudan's army and rebels accused each other of sparking fresh fighting on Saturday in the north-east, hours before the start of a ceasefire to end a brutal 20-month civil war.

Europe ministers call for more train patrols, named tickets after France attack

European ministers called on Saturday for more multinational patrols and tickets marked with passengers' names on major continental trains in the wake of last week's foiled jihadist attack.

Introducing a hot dog bun made entirely out of bacon

Soon it will be International Bacon Day, and someone has created the perfect dish for the occasion. Grillocracy created what is known as the Ultimate All Bacon Hot Dog Bun.

Pirates crack 4K Netflix copyright protection for the first time

The DRM on Netflix's ultra-high definition content has been broken for the first time, allowing pirates to upload a 4K episode of Breaking Bad to a private torrent site. The episode weighs in at nearly 18GB because of the high quality.

French thieves posed as Gulf tourists to steal hotel safes

Two men have been arrested in France suspected of stealing safes out of a dozen hotel rooms by posing as wealthy Gulf tourists, armed with a chisel and a stethoscope, police said Saturday.

Review: George Strait delights on new 'The Cowboy Rides Away' live DVD Special

Country superstar George Strait released his newest concert film DVD, "The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium" on Eagle Rock Entertainment on August 28.

Turkish planes join anti-IS coalition in Syria raid for first time

Turkish warplanes have for the first time joined raids by the US-led coalition against Islamic State positions in Syria, the foreign ministry said Saturday, after Washington urged Ankara to play a full role in the battle against the jihadists.

Review: Touring the Bombay Sapphire distillery Special

Several distilleries and breweries tack on visitor centers. Few are as integrated and interesting as Bombay Sapphire, which takes guests on botanical journey of self-discovery.

Police in Thailand arrest Bangkok bombing suspect

Police in Thailand have arrested the man they believe responsible for the bomb that killed 20 people and injured over 120 on August 17. They said the man is a foreigner but did not give out his nationality.

BlackBerry CEO: 'We need more apps'

BlackBerry CEO John Chen admitted yesterday that the company needs more apps if its handsets are to be successful. An Android phone is believed to be in the works to solve this problem, although Chen did not confirm this.

In first, headscarf-wearing woman named minister in Turkey

For the first time in the history of Turkey, a Muslim but secular country, a woman who wears an Islamic headscarf has been named as a government minister.

World's oldest statue dated at 11,000 years contains secret code

The Shigir Idol is the world's oldest known wooden statue. Built in 9,000 BC, it bears a secret code which nobody has ever been able to decipher. Even more startling is that it was written 7,000 years before writing was thought to have begun.

Crossing borders, Netflix recreates Pablo Escobar's world

It's a tall order to play the role of Pablo Escobar, the larger-than-life druglord who became the world's seventh-richest man with his shrewd, ruthless dominance of the international cocaine trade.

EU ministers to talk security in Paris after train attack

European ministers gathered in Paris on Saturday to discuss beefing up security on public transport following last week's foiled jihadist attack on a high-speed train.

Bangkok bomb suspect 'unlikely' international terrorist

Thailand's top police officer Saturday said a man arrested in connection with last week's deadly Bangkok bomb attack was "unlikely" to be an international terrorist and was motivated by a "personal feud".

Libya shipwreck toll rises to 111, dozens missing

Rescuers have retrieved from the sea the bodies of 111 migrants whose boat sank off the coast of Libya, the Red Crescent said on Saturday in a new toll.

South Sudan rebel chief orders ceasefire

South Sudan's rebel chief Riek Machar ordered his troops to lay down their arms in line with a ceasefire to end a 20-month civil war, his spokesman said Saturday.

French journalists charged with bid to blackmail Morocco king

Two French investigative journalists have been charged in Paris with trying to blackmail the king of Morocco out of two million euros ($2.2 million) in hush money, legal sources said Saturday.

Egypt court hands Al-Jazeera reporters three years in jail

An Egyptian court sentenced three Al-Jazeera reporters to three years in prison on Saturday, in a shock ruling that sparked international condemnation.

Pacquiao, two other Filipinos in 40 Heroes of Philanthropy list

Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquao failed to make it to the Forbes list of 50 richest persons in the Philippines this year but he and two other Filipinos have made it to the list of 40 Heroes of Philanthropy in Asia.

Split emerges in Japan's biggest 'yakuza' gang

A rift has emerged in Japan's largest "yakuza" organised crime syndicate, the government has said, with police warning that the split could lead to a wave of gang violence.

Hong Kong diamond thief swapped stone for fake: Police

A thief swapped a $220,000 diamond with a fake at a luxury jewellery store in Hong Kong, police said Saturday, as the city wrestles with an uptick in shop theft.The diamond, valued at around HK$1.

Malaysians jam capital to demand reform, PM's ouster

Tens of thousands of Malaysians swarmed central Kuala Lumpur on Saturday to call for the prime minister's ouster over corruption allegations and demand broader reforms, defying warnings by police who had declared the rally illegal.

Mounting toll of Turkey's 'martyrs' stirs controversy

It has become a familiar scene in Turkey over the past month. Another soldier is laid to rest, parents grieving as the coffin is draped with the Turkish flag under the merciless glare of television cameras.

Brief ceasefire between Syria regime, rebels ends

A truce between Syrian regime forces and rebel groups in three key towns ended early Saturday as the warring parties resumed clashes and shelling, a monitor and a mediator said.

Pacquiao leads ceremonial shoot to kick off shooting tournament

Manny Pacquiao is helping target shooting enthusiasts by gracing the Philippine Shooters Match Officer Confederation (PSMOC) which is holding a two-day shootfest at the Cebu Pistol and Rifle Association (CPRA) Firing Range in Cebu.