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Ocean-going spiders can float like boats to reach land

When Charles Darwin made his famous voyage on the HMS Beagle, he found spiders "ballooning" across the ocean, fluttering through the air onto the ship's sails. Since then, many a sailor has noticed this as well.

BlackBerry's eye-catching first Android phone revealed in photo

The first clear image of BlackBerry's upcoming Android smartphone has appeared online. It shows a stylish, sleek handset with a slider display that curves round to the edges in the same manner as Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge. It appears to run stock Android.

Mother reunited with son abducted in 1999 thanks to Facebook pic

Campbell - A photo posted on Facebook helped reunite a northern California mother with her son who was abducted 15 years ago when he was just 3 years old.

Adam Lambert scores Top 3 album with 'The Original High'

Grammy-nominated pop singer Adam Lambert has a major reason to celebrate, thanks to the success of his latest album "The Original High."

American Idol's Rayvon Owen discusses Idols Live! tour and future Special

Rayvon Owen was the fourth place finalist on Season 14 of American Idol and he chatted with Digital Journal about the tour and his future plans.

Op-Ed: Cotto-Alvarez bout could eclipse Mayweather Sept. 12 fight

The proposed fight between Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico and Saul "Canelo" Alvarez of Mexico is destined to be this year's biggest boxing event and it could possibly eclipse the Floyd Mayweather Sept. 12 retirement fight.

Op-Ed: UK child sex scandal – Lords, MPs, dead kids and no results

London - After much controversy, endless witness statements, and eternal bleatings in Parliament, nothing much has happened in the Dolphin Square case in which 3 children are alleged to have been murdered, and dozens raped.

ISIS attacks Egypt, threatening to destroy pyramids and sphinx

Egypt has tightened up security at all the country's holiday resorts after ISIS militants killed 50 soldiers in an attack on military bases Wednesday. ISIS claims to have "taken land" just 250 miles from the holiday resort, Sharm El Sheikh.

Iceland decriminalises blasphemy after Charlie Hebdo attack

Reykjav - Iceland's parliament on Friday voted widely in favour of decriminalising blasphemy, in the name of freedom of expression in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.The bill was adopted after 43 of 63 members of parliament voted in favour.

Half-eaten catches signal return of sharks to Outer Banks

Complaints by fishermen who are reeling in half-eaten fish, as well as an apparent increase in shark attacks along the North Carolina coast are making headlines. Everyone planning on going to the beach has been freaking out, wondering what's going on.

Wildfires in Canada prompt evacuations and air quality advisories

Canada's fire season broke out early this year, with wildfires popping up in the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, and Alberta in late May. As the season continues, large swaths of western Canada and the U.S. have been blanketed with hazy smoke.

Syria mosque blast kills 25 Al-Nusra fighters: Monitor

Birut - An explosion in a mosque in northern Syria killed 25 members of Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate, including one of its leaders, as they attended Ramadan prayers, a monitoring group said.

Crying Greek pensioner: The story behind the poignant photo

Thessalon - Retiree Giorgos Chatzifotiadis had queued up at three banks in Greece's second city of Thessaloniki on Friday in the hope of withdrawing a pension on behalf of his wife, but all in vain.

Bubble Wrap remade to lose its pleasing pop

Sealed Air, the company that created Bubble Wrap, introduced a version that will no longer pop. The company assures fans that the original popping version is still available.

Greek finance minister accuses creditors of 'terrorism', on eve of referendum

Atenas - Greece braced itself Saturday ahead of a make-or-break bailout referendum as polls showed the 'Yes' and 'No' camps neck and neck and uncertainty rose over the future of the country's battered economy.

Copa America Final Tactical Preview: Chile - Argentina

For the most part, cup finals tend to be dull, cautious battles between two physically, mentally, and emotionally drained sides fearing to make mistakes.

Many seized Freedom Flotilla participants still held in Israel

Gaza - It is more than two days since the Freedom Flotilla ship "Marianne" was boarded by Israeli Defence Force(IDF) soldiers in international waters more than 100 nautical miles off the Gaza coast.

Solar plane lands in Hawaii after flying 4,480 miles in 118 hrs

After an epic flight starting in Japan, and covering 4,480 miles across the Pacific Ocean in only 118 grueling hours, Solar Impulse 2 landed in Hawaii on Friday, with pilot Andre Borschberg gently landing the plane at Honolulu's Kalaeloa Airport.

Australia solidarity rallies ahead of Greek bailout vote

Melbourne - Hundreds of people rallied in Australia on Saturday in solidarity with Greece, mainly in Melbourne which has a large Greek community, ahead of the make-or-break weekend referendum on austerity measures.

Google Chrome has now been downloaded 1 billion times on Android

The Google Chrome web browser has now been downloaded over 1 billion times onto Android phones and tablets, a significant milestone for an app that is only available on relatively new devices and that launched just three years ago.
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