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Cotto-Alvarez bout tops poll for best, biggest upcoming fights

Boxing promoters are making arrangements for potential blockbuster fights in the second half of 2015 and among the most popular are the proposed Cotto-Alvarez, Golovkin-Froch and the Mayweather- Khan fights.

Canadians warned of possible Salmonella risk from breaded chicken

Canadian consumers are being warned of a possible risk of Salmonella infection from handling, cooking or eating frozen, raw, breaded poultry parts. The warning comes after tracking 44 cases of Salmonellosis across the country.

MLB Trade Rumors: Aroldis Chapman to Toronto Blue Jays?

Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays enter July with the best offense in baseball, but the team is struggling on the mound, especially at the back end of the bullpen and if they want to challenge for a spot in the MLB post season, making a deal now is their best option.

Review: 'The Supernaturalists' is an outstanding new show by Criss Angel Special

Mashantucket - On June 28, Digital Journal had the pleasure to review Criss Angel's new magic show, "The Supernaturalists" at the Foxwoods Resort Casino's The Fox Theater.

Op-Ed: European anti-dolphin-captivity demo attracts hundreds once again Special

Brussels - The Atomium in Belgium was again the striking backdrop to the “Europe: Close Dolphinaria!” protest on Saturday 27th June.

Free Wi-Fi coming to New York City

New York - Google is funding a project that is going to bring free Wi-Fi to New York City by turning disused phone booths into hotspots.

Ecuador releases 201 tortoises to repopulate the Galapagos

Quito - Ecuador released hundreds of giant tortoises raised in captivity onto an island of the Galapagos. The goal is to restore giant tortoises and to conserve the archipelago's biodiversity.

Op-Ed: Libyan peace talks fail to reach agreement on unity government

Skhirat - The two rival Libyan governments failed to agree on a unity government as set out by UN special envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon , after talks in Skhirat Morocco over the weekend.

EU law bans certain travel selfies that could put you in jail

Brussel - Tourists planning to take "selfies" in front of monuments this summer should careful because it could very well lead to them being arrested.

Two feared dead in Japan bullet train suicide fire: official

Toukyo - Two people were feared dead and two others seriously injured after a man apparently set himself on fire aboard a moving shinkansen bullet train in Japan on Tuesday.

Seniors going bankrupt in soaring numbers in Canada

Judy Southon, from Toronto, said she had her husband had great jobs and raised a son, and they owned a home, but she never thought she would have to declare bankruptcy.

10 lions killed as flash floods hit India's Gir national park

Flash floods following heavy monsoon rains have killed 10 lions and 20 more remain missing in India's Gir National Park, the only natural habitat for lions outside Africa.

Iran nuclear deal unlikely before deadline, criticism mounts Special

The deadline for nuclear negotiations is set to be delayed once again as it looks increasingly likely that negotiators will unable to meet the June 30th deadline. The Obama administration does believe, however, that a deal is within reach.

Turkey may invade Syria to create buffer zone

Ankara - Turkish president Recep Erdogan, in an anti-Kurdish speech, said that he would not allow the formation of a separate Kurdish state in Syria. There are reports he is ordering the military to carve out a buffer zone to prevent IS and Kurdish advances.

Amazon tribe writes first ever "Traditional Healing Encyclopedia"

Iquitos - In an attempt to preserve their rich knowledge of the rain-forest before it is destroyed, five elders of the Matsé tribe have just created a 500-page book of herbal medicine that contains the collective wisdom of these "living libraries"

Atlantic Ocean circulation change will have major consequences

Melting sea ice in the Arctic regions is worrisome. Not only does the loss of ice put polar bears and other marine animals at risk, but the loss of reflective surfaces allow the absorption of more heat. Now a new study suggests an even bigger problem.

Reward raised to $500,000 in P.E.I. potato tampering case

An award for information in the Prince Edward Island potato tampering investigation has been increased to $500,000, but it is a short-term reward offer. The province's potato industry and the federal government originally posted a $100,000 reward.

Chatting with singer-songwriter Jasmine Thompson: 'Adore' Special

London-based singer-songwriter Jasmine Thompson chatted with Digital Journal about her new single "Adore," which was released on Atlantic Records.

NBC, Televisa latest to dump Trump over Mexican immigrant comments

New York - NBC and Televisa severed business ties with Donald Trump, joining a chorus of protests over the mogul turned US presidential hopeful's remarks about Mexican immigrants.

Tourist island in Thailand being drowned by trash

Tourists come and they go. Unfortunately, tourists also happen to leave behind a lot of trash, and for tourist isles, that's a big deal. Transporting trash off of islands is inhibitedly difficult as the residents of Koh Lan are quickly finding out.
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