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Op-Ed: Two US troops killed and one wounded in Afghanistan

Pentagon spokesperson, US Navy Captain Jeff Davis confirmed that 2 US troops had been killed and one wounded in the Achin District of Nangarhar Province in eastern Afghanistan that borders on Pakistan.

Donnie Nietes targets 3rd major world title for the Philippines

Former WBO Light Flyweight champion Donnie Nietes aims to grab the vacant IBF Flyweight title Saturday against Komgrich Nantapech of Thailand in the main event of the Pinoy Pride 40 at the Waterfront Hotel & Casino in Cebu City, Philippines.

2017 NBA Mock Draft: Updated first round projections

Los Angeles - The NBA playoffs are in full swing, but for those teams and their fans on the outside, the next step to make improvements is the upcoming draft in June.

Op-Ed: Trump throws a tantrum — Says he will break up 9th Circuit Court

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has given our fearless leader another defeat, blocking Trump's efforts to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities. Seeing that he can't get the 9th Circuit to rule in his favor, he wants to break the court up.

Paul Weller talks new album 'A Kind Revolution,' music career Special

Iconic singer-songwriter Paul Weller chatted with Digital Journal about his new studio album, "A Kind Revolution," which will be released on Warner Bros./Parlophone Records on May 12.

DRCongo, home to a tenth of the world's languages

Kinshasa - "I haven't once spoken my mother tongue Kilokele in the 62 years I've lived in Kinshasa. None of my nine children speak it," says Charles Tongohala.

Nigeria's presidency plays down Buhari health concerns

Abuja - Nigerian officials on Thursday sought to allay fears about the health of President Muhammadu Buhari after his absence from the last two cabinet meetings.

ASEAN to express 'grave concern' over tests despite N. Korea appeal

Manila - Southeast Asian countries will express "grave concern" over North Korea's nuclear weapons tests and ballistic missile launches, despite Pyongyang's appeal for support, according to a draft statement due to be released Friday.

Afghan Taliban announce start of 'spring offensive'

Kabul - The Afghan Taliban launched their "spring offensive" Friday, heralding fresh fighting in the drawn-out conflict as embattled security forces struggle to recover from a devastating attack on a military base one week ago.

FDA issues new codeine drug warning

Bethesda - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about the use of codeine based medicines, especially in the context of medicines administered to children.

NASA spacecraft survives dive through Saturn's rings

Miami - An unmanned NASA spacecraft has survived its plunge between the rings of Saturn and, after briefly going dark for the flyby, is communicating again with Earth, the US space agency said Thursday.

Op-Ed: Israeli rockets strike Damascus airport in Syria

Damascus - Syrian opposition sources claim that Israeli strikes hit an arms depot operated by Hezbollah near Damascus airport. Witnesses said there were five strikes, near the airport road about 25 kilometers from Damascus.

Farm-to-festival: Thai folk music strikes a global chord

Chon Buri - Hipsters in flowing skirts and crop tops sway to the Thai band's hypnotic groove at an exclusive music festival in Thailand, while a clutch of cleaning staff quietly look on from the fringes.

Looking to the future of the planet in new documentary

What does the future hold for the planet? There are myriad possibilities and some of this in our hands. A new docudrama from National Geographic shines a light on the year one million for a round of speculation and debate.

South Sudan forces launch new offensive: UN

New York - South Sudanese government forces on Wednesday launched an offensive on a town in the north, displacing civilians who may be headed toward the border with Sudan, the UN envoy said.

All eyes on Philippines' gum-chewing, cursing Duterte

Manila - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hosts Southeast Asian leaders this week, and there is much interest in how the popular politician who boasts about not being a statesman will handle the event.

Weight-gain risks identified with diet foods

Foods packaged as diet foods, ostensibly because they have reduced levels of fat, may not help with weight loss at all. This is because the food-stuff contain high levels of sugar, partly to off-set the reduction in fat.

Review: RaeLynn delivers stunning Stage 17 performance for NASH FM 94.7 Special

New York - On April 27, country songstress RaeLynn performed an acoustic set at NASH FM 94.7's Stage 17 for an intimate group of country fans and listeners.

British soldier who killed Afghan fighter freed from jail

London - A British soldier jailed for killing an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan was freed on Friday after his sentence was reduced from murder to manslaughter, his lawyer said.

Macron age gap 'unusual' to French, titillates abroad

Paris - Brigitte Macron, as the 64-year-old wife of the man tipped to become France's youngest-ever president, is getting used to being in the media spotlight.
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