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Colombia, FARC rebels reach historic peace deal

Havana - Colombia's government and FARC rebels announced Wednesday that they have reached a historic peace deal to end their half-century civil war, the last major armed conflict in the Americas.

Pacquiao sparmate Jorge Linares wants to unify lightweight belt

WBC lightweight champion and former Manny Pacquiao sparring partner Jorge Linares of Venezuela aims to unify the lightweight belt when he collides with Anthony Crolla of England on Sept. 24 at the Manchester Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom.

Sony launches PlayStation Now and over 400 games on Windows PCs

Sony has announced it is bringing its PlayStation Now online gaming service to Windows PCs, alongside an official wireless adapter for its DualShock controllers. The move is a response to the increased role of Xbox on Microsoft's Windows 10.

Italy quake toll climbs to at least 159: official

Rome - The death toll from a powerful earthquake that struck a remote area of central Italy climbed to at least 159 late Wednesday, said the head of the country's civil protection agency, Fabrizio Curcio.

Op-Ed: Donald Trump hits new low with phantom Clinton health scare

Donald Trump and the Republicans have abandoned all pretense of conducting an honorable campaign based upon the offering up of policy and ideas. Dropping badly in the polls, they've sunk to telling voters that Hillary Clinton has an undisclosed illness.

Op-Ed: UN and most countries ignore results of negative vote in Libya

Tobruk - Finally after many meetings in which there was no quorum or no vote was taken due to disruptions, the Tobruk-based House of Representives (HoR) met and took a confidence vote in the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA).

NHL Trade Rumors: David Krejci to Vancouver Canucks?

Vancouver - Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has expressed an interest in acquiring more scoring power before the start of the 2016-17 NHL season and with the free agent market getting thin, speculation of a possible trade is buzzing on social media.

2016 College Football Preview: Cal vs. Hawaii open in Australia

Sydney - The 2016 college football season kicks off on Friday night as Cal will take on Hawaii in Sydney, Australia. With more than 50,000 fans expected, it won't be the best game of the season, but it will expand the game of football to other parts of the globe.

Colombia announces historic peace pact

Havana - Colombia's government and FARC rebels announced that they have reached a historic peace deal to end their half-century civil war that cost hundreds of thousands of lives.

Monsanto pulls its new GM cotton seed from India in protest

New Delhi - Monsanto has withdrawn its application seeking approval for its next-generation of genetically modified cotton seeds from India. Monsanto's latest move is in response to a long-standing dispute with the Indian government.

Italy quake toll hits 247 as rescuers hunt for survivors

Accumoli - The death toll from a powerful earthquake that shook central Italy rose to 247 on Thursday, officials said, as rescuers desperately searched for survivors in the rubble of devastated mountain villages.

Op-Ed: EpiPen execs got huge raises after they jacked up the price

The life-saving EpiPen had a ridiculously steep increase in price recently, and now the world is finding out that all the big executives at Mylan gave themselves huge raises at right about the same time they stuck it to consumers.

Americans nearing retirement see their average wealth shrinking

Washington D.c. - While the US stock market has recovered long ago from the 2008 financial crisis those Americans 50-64 nearing retirement have yet to see their situation improve.

Review: English whisky makes its mark Special

Thetford - Whisky and England don't normally fit together in terms of production. This is slowly changing with the first English whisky distillery in 100 years opening. The distillery is now open to visitors, and Digital Journal paid a visit.

Airlander 10 takes a nose dive on second test flight

Airlander 10, officially named the Martha Gwyn, is going to have a hefty repair bill now that she has injured her nose. The giant airship ended her second test flight with a rather bumpy nose dive.

Norway politician caught playing 'Pokemon Go' during Parliament

The' Pokemon Go' craze is getting a little out of hand, no? In Norway some are answering yes to that question after the leader of a major political party was caught playing it during a parliamentary hearing.

Habitable planet found in solar system next door

Paris - Scientists Wednesday announced the discovery of an Earth-sized planet orbiting the star nearest our Sun, opening up the glittering prospect of a habitable world that may one day be explored by robots.

Gabon's Bongo finds new pep on the campaign trail

Libreville - Ali Bongo of Gabon, who is running for a second seven-year term in Saturday's presidential election, has spent more than half his 57 years cruising the corridors of power.

New study assesses our ability to deal with invasive species

An international team of researchers has come up with a global assessment on how invasive alien species could spread in the 21st century due to increasing globalization and a changing climate.

B.C.'s Fraser River has worst sockeye salmon run since 1893

This year's sockeye salmon run in British Columbia's Fraser River was not expected to be a good one but it was expected to be better than it was. The run turned out to be the worst since late in the century before last.
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