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Review: Taylor Swift releases greatest album to date — 'Lover' Special

Global music pop star Taylor Swift released her latest studio offering, "Lover" on August 23. It is one of her best albums to date, if not her greatest.

Op-Ed: Israel said to be planning attacks on Houthis in Yemen

As reported in the Jerusalem Post, the Kuwaiti newspaper al-Jarida quotes sources familiar with the matter as saying that Israel is planning to start attacking targets in the Shi-ite Houthi-controlled area of northern Yemen.

Trump lashes out at China, vows quick response

Washington - US President Donald Trump lashed out at Beijing and vowed a quick response to China's plans for new tariffs, while ordering American companies to leave the country.

Op-Ed: Adam Lambert's 'Velvet' is the most-anticipated album of 2019

Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert will be releasing "Velvet: Side A" EP, which is expected to be available on September 27.

Review: Scott DeCarlo releases refreshing 'Share the Mornin' light' Special

Rising country singer-songwriter Scott DeCarlo is back with his refreshing new single "Share the Mornin' light," which was released on August 23.

Damascus forces surround Turkish army post: monitor

Beirut - Syrian government forces surrounded a Turkish military observation post on Friday after overrunning nearby villages following their capture of a key northwestern town from jihadists, a war monitor said.

Bolivia enlists 'supertanker' plane to battle wildfires

La Paz - Bolivia took delivery Friday of a "supertanker" aircraft to help fight wildfires that have devastated vast swathes of forest and agricultural land.

Android's new operating system won't be named after a dessert

Android have broken their tradition of naming their operating systems in alphabetical order and after a range of desserts. The new operating system will not begin with the letter 'Q' and instead it will be given a number.

Q&A: Why market research needs to draw insights from AI Special

Companies have typically used market research in order to gain consumer insights. But in the age of social media, consumer preferences change rapidly and data gathered from months-long research projects is static and one-dimensional. AI can overcome this.

British Airways and Shell want to convert rubbish into jet fuel

Immingham - British Airways has teamed up with renewable fuels company Velocys and Royal Dutch Shell to submit a planning application to develop a commercial waste to jet fuel plant in the U.K.

Bolsonaro mulls deploying army to combat Amazon fires

Bras - Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said Friday he is considering deploying the army to help combat fires in the Amazon rainforest, amid growing international pressure over the wildfires.

Homemade bomb kills Israeli, wounds two others in West Bank

Jerusalem - A rare homemade bomb attack in the occupied West Bank killed one Israeli and seriously wounded her father and brother on Friday as they visited a spring near a Jewish settlement, officials said.

France opens Epstein-linked rape, abuse probe

Paris - French prosecutors said Friday they had opened an inquiry into the suspected rape and sexual abuse of minors linked to the scandal surrounding disgraced US multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein.

Will 'climate services' be allowed to profit from climate crisis?

As the climate crisis deepens, more and more companies offering "climate services" are springing up. This raises an important question - How do we avoid a future where the best data for saving lives is only available to those who can afford it?

Review: Hunter Hayes releases amazing 'Wild Blue, Pt. 1' country album Special

On August 16, country star Hunter Hayes released his latest studio offering "Wild Blue, Pt. 1" via Warner Music Nashville.

Hong Kong protesters form human chain 30 years after 'Baltic Way'

Fpo - Thousands of people held hands across Hong Kong late Friday in a dazzling, neon-framed recreation of a pro-democracy "Baltic Way" protest against Soviet rule three decades ago.

Amazon fires: how celebrities are spreading misinformation

Rio De Janeiro - Many high-profile figures seeking to denounce the fires in the Amazon -- from Madonna and Cristiano Ronaldo to Leonardo DiCaprio and Emmanuel Macron -- have unwittingly ended up misleading millions on social media, either sharing photographs of the reg...

European demos held over Amazon fires

London - Climate change activists chanting slogans and waving banners demonstrated outside Brazil's embassy in London on Friday, urging President Jair Bolsonaro to do more to halt the fires in the Amazon rainforest.

Six EU nations agree to take 356 Ocean Viking migrants

Six EU countries Friday agreed to take in 356 migrants stranded on a rescue ship in the Mediterranean after a two-week standoff again exposed the failure of European leaders to deal quickly with desperate people fleeing conflict and poverty in Africa.

'Mum, don't die': Murder of Turkish woman ignites anger

Ankara - The murder of a Turkish woman by her ex-husband in front of her daughter sparked outrage Friday after a video of the attack was published online."I don't want to die," Emine Bulut, covered in blood, is heard screaming to her 10-year-old child.
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