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Pakistan fury after India launches Kashmir strikes

New Delhi - Indian commandos carried out a series of lightning strikes Thursday along the de facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir, provoking furious charges of "naked aggression" from its nuclear-armed neighbour.

Op-Ed: Why Andre Ward will prevail over Sergey Kovalev on Nov. 19

Finally, Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev will face each other in the ring after they both emerged winners in their tune up fights ahead of their title fight on Nov. 19 at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

Microsoft says QWERTY keyboards 'will die out' in the near future

A Microsoft executive responsible for predicting future technologies ahead of time has said the QWERTY keyboard is set to die out in the face of emerging input methods. Microsoft expects voice input, gesture tracking and facial recognition to take over.

Hillary Clinton surges ahead of Trump in first polls after debate

The first two national polls after Monday night's presidential debate have come in and it is Democrat Hillary Clinton who won over Republican Donald Trump. Clinton had a narrow lead going into the debate but has now surged ahead.

A year of bombing in Syria stirs little debate in Russia

Moscow - Veteran Russian opposition activist Sergei Davidis was among 300 people who showed up to a protest in Moscow against the start of the Kremlin's Syria bombing campaign. But that was pretty much the last demonstration.

Obama defends Syria policy in face of renewed criticism

Washington - President Barack Obama defended his refusal to use military force to end Syria's brutal civil war Wednesday, as diplomatic efforts faltered and a humanitarian crisis of historic proportions unfolded in Aleppo.

Key dates since Russian intervention in Syria

Moscow - Russia one year ago carried out its first air strikes in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces, in a major turning point in a multi-sided civil war.

Rights groups question Kenyan police account of 'terror attack'

Nairobi - On a Sunday morning in September three young women were killed by officers at the main police station in Kenya's second city -- but that's the only fact beyond doubt in a case that activists say is further evidence of a police force gone rogue.

Op-Ed: Interview with Libyan commander Haftar reveals his policies

In written responses to questions from the Associated Press, commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, said that his armed forces only recognized the authority of the Al-Thinni House of Representatives (HoR) government.

Tropical Storm Matthew: Threatens Caribbean through the weekend

Tropical Storm Matthew is gaining strength as its continues on its track west into the warm waters of the Caribbean. As of 8:00 p.m., Matthew was located about 90 miles west of St. Lucia and had slowed to about 15 mph.

Luxury thrives amid misery in Ukraine's war-torn east

Donetsk - Fancy restaurants and trendy boutiques stand just blocks away from stuffy bomb shelters where survivors hunker down in eastern Ukraine's pro-Russian rebel capital city of Donetsk.

Japan's new passenger plane completes US flight

Toukyo - Japan's problem-plagued new passenger jet on Thursday completed a flight to the United States for testing, its maker said, after aborting two earlier attempts.

Tropical Storm Matthew forms, may become major hurricane

A disturbance the National Hurricane Center has been tracking for the past several days was officially upgraded to Tropical Storm Matthew as of 11 a.m. today.

Review: Chloe Caroline glorious on 'Ready to Come Home' music video Special

Songstress Chloe Caroline has released the new music video for her song "Ready to Come Home," and it is absolutely charming.

U.S. to send hundreds more troops to Iraq

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has announced that some 600 additional troops will be sent to Iraq prior to a major offensive against the city of Mosul held by the Islamic State.

Amnesty accuses Sudan of deadly Darfur chemical attacks

New York - Rights group Amnesty International on Thursday accused Sudanese government forces of killing scores of civilians, including many children, in suspected chemical weapons attacks in a mountainous area of war-torn Darfur.

Australian Government provides grant to enhance digital literacy

Australian Turnbull Government granted a $4 million fund to schools to enhance digital literacy. The new grant is a part of the National Innovation and Science Agenda, a program that aims at helping students and teachers to embrace the digital age.

Interview: Kunal Sood opens up about TED Residency and book Special

Kunal Sood chatted with Digital Journal about his background, TED Residency, Novus Summit, X Fellows. as well as his involvement with Women's Entrepreneurship Day.

Moscow to replace Microsoft software with Russian alternatives

Moscow - The city of Moscow has announced it will replace Microsoft software with programs made within Russia. The decision was made after a call from President Vladimir Putin to reduce the country's dependency on foreign software, a potential security risk.

Arizona newspaper backs first democrat in 126 years

A conservative newspaper in Arizona has threw their support behind Hillary Clinton. It is the first time the newspaper has done so in its 126-year history.
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