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Italian coastguards express unease as government closes ports to migrants

Rome - The decision by Italy's new populist government to close the country's ports to migrants saved at sea is causing unease within the heart of the Italian coastguard, some staff say, who until recently played a key role in rescue missions.

New moon for Jupiter discovered, dubbed 'Oddball'

A dozen new moons orbiting Jupiter have been discovered. This incubuses one dubbed, for the time being at least, called 'Oddball'. The discovery brings the total of Jupiter's moons to 79.

Review: Karen Waldrup will melt your heart with 'Justified' album Special

On July 13, country singer-songwriter Karen Waldrup has released her new studio album "Justified." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Hyperloop TT signs agreement to build track in China

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies announced the signing of an agreement with Tongren Transportation & Tourism Investment Group of the People's Republic of China on July 20 to build a Hyperloop track in Guizhou, China.

Libya rejects EU plan for asylum processing centres

Berlin - Libya's prime minister said Friday he would not allow the EU to set up asylum processing centres in his country, in a new setback for European leaders seeking to curb new migrant arrivals.

Jacob Young shares details on future acting and music projects Special

Emmy winner Jacob Young (Rick Forrester on "The Bold and The Beautiful") chatted with Digital Journal about his latest endeavors in the music world, which will include a new EP, and more films.

How do the crises in Nicaragua and Venezuela compare?

Managua - The violent crisis gripping Nicaragua, where anti-government protesters are being hemmed in by an autocratic leader, could raise comparisons with Venezuela.What are the similarities, and differences? Here are a few:- Similarities -1.

Scientists advance fusion energy by stabilizing fusion plasma

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have found a way to keep plasma in nuclear fusion reactors stable and prevent temperature and density levels from careening up and down.

'Dangerous complacency' looms over world AIDS meeting

Paris - Thousands of experts and activists descend on Amsterdam Monday to bolster the battle against AIDS amid warnings that "dangerous complacency" may cause a resurgence of the epidemic that has already killed 35 million people.

Bitcoin price crashes through $7,000 may reach $7,500

Bitcoin has finally broken out to the upside, smashing the $7,000 barrier decisively and nearing the half-way mark to a new barrier of $8,000.

Review: Eliza McCartney clears 4.94 meters, new world leader Special

New Zealand pole vaulter Eliza McCartney has a major reason to be proud. On July 17, McCartney cleared 4.94 meters in the women's pole vault competition in Jockrim, Germany.

Kazakh Olympic figure skater stabbed to death at 25

Astana - Kazakh figure skater Denis Ten, who won bronze at the Sochi Olympics in 2014, died on Thursday aged 25 after being stabbed, Kazakhstan's culture and sports ministry told AFP.

Africa's 'bucket list' ski resort dreams of Olympic racers

Nestled high in the mountains of Lesotho, skiers and snowboarders from around the world rub shoulders at Africa's leading ski resort, which is cultivating a loyal clientele despite its diminutive size and remote location.

Startups leading the way with autonomous car developments

Autonomous vehicles are the future for cars, or so we are told. Yet the vision, backed by major technology and car firms, is running behind. To re-energize the concept, many major players are turning to startups.

May survives rebel MPs but EU's Brexit judgment looms

London - Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a frenzied fortnight of rebellion that threatened to unseat her, but must now sell her Brexit plan to voters and the European Union.

WhatsApp limits forwarding in India after lynchings

New Delhi - WhatsApp announced limits on Friday on the forwarding of messages by its 200 million Indian users in an effort to stop a spate of horrific lynchings and to assuage government threats of legal action in its biggest market.

Separated for 45 days by US policy: a mother and son tell their story

Los Angeles - Otilia Asig-Putul's voice breaks when she recalls the interminable 45 days she was separated from her son.

U.S. startups want to bring back supersonic passenger planes

Three U.S. startup companies plan to introduce supersonic jets in the mid-2020s. One company, Boom Supersonic, made its debut at Farnborough this week, pledging to revive commercial supersonic flight.

Israeli army unveils new 'dual-use' tank

Jerusalem - The Israeli army on Thursday revealed details of a new tank it was developing, designed more for use in guerrilla warfare conditions.

Review: David Wise wins ESPY award for 'Best Male Action Sports Athlete' Special

Two-time Olympic gold medalist skier David Wise has a major reason to celebrate. He won his first-ever ESPY award on July 18.
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