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Boeing debuts powerful electromagnetic pulse weapon

The U.S. Air Force has officially announced it — along with three other companies — has developed an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) device unlike anything seen before.

Teen hacker admits swatting female gamers who turned him down

Coquitlam - A teen hacker from British Columbia has pleaded guilty to 23 charges of public mischief, extortion, criminal harassment and making false police reports. His targets were usually young female gamers.

Maui's dolphin of New Zealand nearly extinct, humans at fault

The world's smallest dolphin, the Maui's dolphin, is on the verge of extinction. Some analysts now put the number of surviving Maui's dolphins at under 50, with only ten of those mature females.

U.S. Marine and bride tell the story behind viral wedding photo

Asheville - A North Carolina couple shares with thousands of fans the story behind their touching wedding photo which went viral after it was posted to social media. The couple also talk about what was going through their minds at the moment the photo was taken.

B.C. cancer cases to grow by 57 percent by 2030, new report warns

Some alarming numbers are in a report released today by researchers from the B.C. Cancer Agency. Published in the B.C. Medical Journal, it says that by 2030 the province will see a dramatic rise in cancer cases.

Japan joins U.S. maneuvers in Pacific as tensions with China rise

Sydney - Japan will send dozens of soldiers to join U.S.-Australia military exercises in the South Pacific for the first time ever in an apparent signal to Beijing to scale back expansion in the South China Sea.

Reba: An exclusive interview with one of America's biggest stars Special

"Love Somebody," the popular singer's most recent album, is currently riding high in the charts, as one would expect. She told Digital Journal all about it.

Football officials arrested in Zurich on US request

Zurich - Six football officials were arrested in Zurich early Wednesday upon request from US authorities, suspected of receiving bribes worth millions of dollars, Swiss authorities said.The New York Times reported that FIFA officials were arrested.

Charlie Charlie Challenge: Teens summon demon on social media

The latest craze on Internet, dubbed the #CharlieCharlieChallenge, involves bored teens looking to be spooked trying to summon a Mexican demon named "Charlie" through a ritual procedure similar to the Ouija Board method.

Arrest in attempted dismemberment and burning of body

Las Vegas - A man came home from work, and thinking his nephew had been smoking marijuana, went to check the nephew's bedroom. He looked in the bathroom and discovered the nude, dismembered and partially burned body of a woman in the bathtub.

Hamas executed Palestinians during Israel war: Amnesty

Jerusalem - The Islamist group Hamas used its 2014 Gaza war with Israel to "settle scores" with rival Palestinians, executing at least 23 in possible war crimes, Amnesty International said Wednesday.

Super-rich elite of semi-human cyborgs will rule the human race

The human race is set for a giant evolutionary leap. Techno-humans will walk the Earth, but bionic super powers will be in the hands of a rich elite, who will use them to rule the masses.

Iraq forces take up positions on Ramadi outskirts

Baghdad - Iraqi forces and militias took up positions on the southern outskirts of Ramadi, officials said Wednesday, taking two neighbourhoods and moving into Anbar university.

Mozambique elephant poaching fuels ivory trade in China and Asia

Maputo - The U.S.-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) reported on Tuesday that nearly half of Mozambique's elephants have been killed for their ivory in the past five years.

Bounce house flies in air and injures three children

Three children playing inside a bounce house were injured when a waterspout came onto shore and lifted it in the air in Fort Lauderdale.

Aga Khan Park - Toronto's newest cultural hub opens to the public Special

Toronto - Three unique projects in the heart of Toronto came to its completion Monday afternoon with opening of The Aga Khan Park by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and His Highness The Aga Khan.

Live chicks at Alberta hatchery linked to Salmonella outbreak

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is investigating an outbreak of Salmonella infections that has been linked to live chicks at an Alberta hatchery. A total of 34 people were sickened in three provinces between April 5 and May 12.

Over two-thirds of Mount Everest's glaciers could be gone by 2100

Kathmandu - If greenhouse-gas emissions continue to rise, glaciers in the Everest region of the Himalayas could experience dramatic changes in the decades to come.

Ronda Rousey takes a shot at Floyd Mayweather — and lands it

Ronda Rousey is making huge strides in the sporting world, increasing her stature, her earnings potential and her place in the world of mixed martial arts. Rousey is also becoming a good quote.

Sanders enters U.S. presidential race

Washington - U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders formally launched his populist, liberal campaign for the White House, reiterating his pledges to recalibrate an American economic system which created sharp disparities between rich and poor.
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