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Van plows into Toronto crowd in 'deliberate' act, leaving 10 dead

Toronto - At least 10 people have died after a man plowed a white rental van into a crowd of pedestrians in Canada's biggest city Toronto on Monday, in what police dubbed a "deliberate" attack.

Facebook unveils appeal process for when it removes posts

San Francisco - Facebook said Tuesday it will give users the right to appeal decisions if the social network decides to remove photos, videos or written posts deemed to violate community standards.

Pour Vous' Christa B. Allen and Johnny What talk 'Scorpio' single Special

Actress Christa B. Allen ("Revenge" on ABC) and songwriter Johnny What formed the musical duo Pour Vous. They chatted with Digital Journal about their new single "Scorpio."

Deadly Toronto van crash: What we know

Toronto - At least 10 people were killed when a man drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians Monday in Toronto, also injuring 15 in Canada's biggest city.Here are the main facts known so far in what the government is calling a deliberate attack.

Deadly Toronto van crash: What we know

Toronto - At least 10 people were killed when a man drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians Monday in Toronto, also injuring 15 in Canada's biggest city.Here are the main facts known so far in what the government is calling a deliberate attack.

In Iraq, ex-sports stars seek to shake up politics

Baghdad - In the sweltering heat of Mexico '86, Ahmed Radhi and Basil Gorgis pulled on the same jerseys to represent Iraq's football team in its sole World Cup Finals.

Libya's women footballers struggle on and off pitch

Tripoli - Libya's national women's football team is not only struggling on the pitch but also battling a conservative society that frowns on women playing sports in public at all.

Armenia unites to mark Ottoman massacres after leader quits

Yerevan - Armenians on Tuesday marked the anniversary of the massacre of 1.5 million of their kin by Ottoman forces in 1915, in a show of unity a day after leader Serzh Sarkisian resigned following days of mass protests.

Sea of solar panels turns Mexican desert green

Viesca - From a distance, it looks like a deep-blue sea has formed in the middle of the Mexican desert.But this is no mirage -- it's the largest solar park in Latin America.With 2.

Brailey Lenderman talks new single 'Remember All The Nights' Special

Country newcomer Brailey Lenderman chatted with Digital Journal about her new radio single "Remember All The Nights," and her songwriting and musical influences.

Australia boy, 12, runs away to Bali using family credit card

Sydney - Australian police were Tuesday investigating how a 12-year-old boy managed to fly alone to the Indonesian island of Bali and spend four days at a resort using his parents' credit card.

The UK dance company putting a new spin on the art

London - Whether in a wheelchair, on crutches or without any disability at all, performers from the Candoco company are giving London audiences a fresh twist on contemporary dance.

Electrify America to build network of charging stations across US

Volkswagen Group's Electrify America is rolling out an ambitious plan to partner with retail companies and developers to bring fast charging for electric vehicles to more locations across the United States, and the project is starting this year.

Tesla releases some interesting data for (Middle) Earth Day

Tesla's news on the state of its electric vehicle fleet and energy products was released on Earth Day - focusing on the electric miles driven and the millions of tons of CO2 emissions saved from entering the atmosphere.

Pakistan Pashtun rights movement grows, defying military

Peshawar - Pakistan's powerful military, long accused by outsiders of backing Islamist militant groups, is facing an unexpected challenge -- a charismatic young Pashtun man who won't keep quiet.

New Johnny Cash biography released, Larry Gatlin pens foreword

Music journalist and historian John Alexander released a comprehensive biography of Johnny Cash entitled "The Man in Song: A Discographic Biography of Johnny Cash."

Dinner over, Trump and France's Macron get down to business

Washington - After a friendly dinner at a US landmark, US President Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron were to get down to business Tuesday on divisive issues like the Iran nuclear accord and international trade.

Van runs over Toronto pedestrians, up to 10 hurt: police

Toronto - A man drove a white rental van into a crowd of pedestrians in the center of Canada's biggest city Toronto on Monday, injuring as many as 10 people, police said.Canadian media reported at least four fatalities, but that was not yet confirmed by police.

Graphene spikes kill pathogenic bacteria

One of the risks with medical implants is infection from bacteria during the surgical process, leading to post-surgical infections. Researchers have demonstrated that coating implants with graphene can help to kill microorganisms

Parents of terminally ill British toddler lose court bid

London - The family of terminally ill British toddler Alfie Evans on Monday lost their final court bid to prevent doctors from turning off his life support.
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