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World's ice caps melting at accelerated rate

German researchers have been able to map the heights of the Greenland and Antarctic ice caps with far greater precision than ever before. Observations and data show the ice caps are melting much faster than previously thought.

Wild boars in German forests still suffering effects of Chernobyl

It has been almost 30 years since the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and its effects are still being felt as far away as Germany. Many wild boars roaming the bucolic countryside of Saxony, some 700 miles away from Chernobyl are still radioactive.

VIDEO: 3 dead, 9 injured after war plane crashes in Libya

Tobruk - Shocking video has shown what appears to be a Libyan war plane crashing in a residential area of Tobruk, an eastern Libyan city.

Space tragedy: Five geckos in Russian sex study froze to death

Moscow - Five geckos sent into space on a Russian satellite as part of an experiment to evaluate their reproductive capacity under conditions of weightlessness have died, said Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency.

Reclining seat argument causes yet another flight diversion

Jacksonville - It's been a busy week for police and airline employees as a Delta Airlines flight was diverted due to an argument over a reclining seat. This marks the third reclining-seat incident in a week.

Op-Ed: Scots independence vote — The week the 'No' campaign fell apart

Edinburgh - Last week didn’t produce a political earthquake in Scotland but that may yet happen if voters vote “Yes” to independence in sufficient numbers on their date with destiny, September 18, when the Scottish referendum on independence is held.

Cole Swindell to embark on headlining 'Down Home' tour

Warner Music Nashville recording country artist Cole Swindell will be embarking on his headlining "Down Home" tour this winter.

Shawn Colvin talks upcoming show in New York and music career Special

Westbury - Grammy-winning songstress Shawn Colvin chatted about her upcoming show in Long Island, New York, and she opened up about her proudest moments in her career.

World 'losing battle' to contain Ebola

Dakar - International medical agency Medecins sans Frontieres said Tuesday the world was "losing the battle" to contain Ebola as the United Nations warned of severe food shortages in the hardest-hit countries.

Using cancer-fighting drugs against malaria

Scientists have identified a several compounds that may lead to different ways to fight the malaria. Specifically, a university team has identified 31 enzyme-blocking molecules that could halt malaria before symptoms start.

Vedran Meniga, a true festival tourism pioneer in Pula, Croatia Special

Pula - Croatia is emerging as Europe's premier festival destination, largely due to the work of pioneers such as Vedran Meniga in Pula. Digital Journal went to meet him.

Economic growth kills minority languages: Study

Paris - Economic prosperity is the worst enemy of minority languages, said researchers Wednesday who listed parts of Australia and North America as "hotspots" for extinction risk.

Obama orders 350 more U.S. troops to Baghdad: White House

Washington - President Barack Obama ordered about 350 more U.S. troops to Baghdad to protect American diplomatic facilities and staff in the Iraqi capital, the White House said.

Former U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) heads for Wall Street

Former GOP House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia is heading to Wall Street as he joins the banking firm called Moelis & Co. But, he plans to stay in Virginia and open a District office for the bank.

Court in India bans animal sacrifice

On Monday, a court in northern India banned a tradition of sacrificing animals for religious purposes. The court deemed the practice as cruel and barbaric.

Microsoft China posts Windows 9 launch teaser

Earlier today, Microsoft China wrote a post on its Weibo page that not only confirms that the "Windows 9" name is intended for the next version of the company's operating system but also that it will be "coming soon."

Nazi past not stopping John Beattie from Deputy-Reeve in Ontario

In the small town of Minden, Ontario an election will take place on Oct. 27. One of the positions up for grabs is Deputy-Reeve, who is second in command of the town's council. One candidate, John Beattie, has a history that may raise an eyebrow or two.

Op-Ed: What's very telling about Syria's arrest of pro-regime activists

The Syrian regime recently arrested pro-Assad activists who had criticized the military for its recent losses against Islamic State (IS) forces who have taken over large swaths of the country's east.

Rousseff goes for jugular as Brazil poll race heats up

Bras - Brazil's presidential race is rapidly shifting gears with a surge in support for environmentalist Marina Silva sending a threatened Dilma Rousseff, the incumbent, into attack mode.

U.K. announces restrictions on cancer medicines

London - The U.K. government has announced that is extending the annual spend on its Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) from the current £200 million a year to £280 million a year. This is to accommodate for the rise of cancer drug costs.
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