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Review: Imagine Dragons puts on career best show at Madison Square Garden Special

New York - On June 19, Grammy-winning rock group Imagine Dragons headlined the "World's Most Famous Arena" Madison Square Garden in New York City, as part of their 2018 "Evolve World Tour."

Power woes hit Nigeria's football fans

Lagos - Football-loving Nigerians had more than one reason to groan about the country's opening World Cup game: not only did they lose 2-0, many weren't even able to see the whole match.

Review: Mondo Duplantis wins big in France, defeats Renaud Lavillenie Special

Montreuil - Swedish pole vaulter Mondo Duplantis has a major reason to celebrate. He won first place in the men's pole vault competition in Montreuil, France.

Hope in the Horn as Eritrea-Ethiopia thaw takes shape

Addis Ababa - Eritrea's president broke weeks of silence on Wednesday to respond positively to conciliatory overtures from bitter foe Ethiopia, raising hopes of a fresh start in the Horn of Africa.

Google's health AI model can predict when a patient will die

Artificial Intelligence can use data from health records to predict with considerable accuracy when a patient will die. Such information can have a positive use and end up saving lives.

PM to announce by day's end when pot will be legal in Canada

Ottawa - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce Wednesday afternoon when marijuana will become legal in Canada at an end of sitting news conference.

Greeks wary of 'worse' days after bailout

Atenas - The end to Greece's third and final multi-billion bailout, to be set in motion Thursday, is unlikely to provide a respite from pay cuts and tax hikes, many Greeks fear."It's all false, new measures will come...

Op-Ed: Fact Check — Did Democrats pass a law to separate families?

Washington - Thousands of children separated from their families at the U.S. southern border are being held in government-run facilities reminiscent of large animal cages. The Trump administration insists the law is on the books - but is it?

Boycotts and nuclearization: Canada defiant of Trump

Ottawa - US President Donald Trump's trade threats and bellicose diplomacy is being met on America's northern frontier with boycotts of US goods and travel, and even a call for nuclearization.

Russia warns against Trump's 'alarming' plans for US space domination

Moscow - Russia on Wednesday expressed alarm over US President Donald Trump's call for the United States to dominate space exploration and his plan to create a separate branch of the military called a Space Force.

Prominent tech CEOs criticize Trump policy of separating children

Prominent chief executive officers (CEOs) in the US tech industry have come forward to denounce Trump's policy of separating children from parents arrested at the US border. The policy has also been denounced by the UN as "unconscionable" .

Italian coastguard ship carrying 522 migrants docks in Sicily

Rome - An Italian coastguard ship carrying more than 500 migrants, including dozens rescued by the US Navy off Libya last week, arrived Tuesday night at a port in Sicily, days after the new far-right interior minister banned NGO rescue ships from docking in I...

Damascus responsible for crimes against humanity in Ghouta: UN

Geneva - Forces loyal to Syria's government committed what amounted to crimes against humanity, including deliberately starving civilians, during the siege of Eastern Ghouta, UN investigators said Wednesday.

World Cup brings no lasting cheer for Russian beer

Moscow - Football fans from around the world are flocking to Russia's bars, beer gardens and craft beer pubs to quench their thirst as the World Cup heats up.

In rebel Syria, a race to save precious property deeds

Beirut - The external hard drive had been smuggled from Syrian regime territory through jihadist-held towns and into Turkey. When Ghazwan Koronful finally got his hands on it, he sighed in relief.

'Come and see how we live': Italy's Roma tell hardline minister

Rome - In a dusty Roma camp on the outskirts of Rome, life goes on despite threats of an ethnically-targeted census and deportation by Italy's new hardline Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

Trump no longer 'moral leader of free world': top rights body

Oslo - US President Donald Trump is "no longer the moral leader of his country or the world", the human rights watchdog, the Council of Europe, said Wednesday amid global outrage over the White House's policy of separating migrant children from their parents....

Canadian Senate passes cannabis legalization bill in final vote

Ottawa - The Senate has voted to accept the latest version of the government’s long-debated legal marijuana legislation, paving the way for the bill to pass into Canadian law.

Drought haunts farmers in Poland, Baltic states

Warsaw - Poland's prime minister on Wednesday warned of "very significant" crop losses as the EU country scrambled to help farmers struggling to cope with an unusual spring drought amid soaring temperatures.

UK PM calls US images of migrant children 'deeply disturbing'

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday said images from the United States of migrant children kept in cages were "deeply disturbing" and that she would press President Donald Trump on the issue.
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