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Jessie Vargas to derail Pacquiao's quest for historic world title

WBO welterweight champion jessie Vargas is out to block Manny Pacquiao's historic quest for world recognition as the first senator to win a world title.

NBA Trade Rumors: DeMarcus Cousins to Boston Celtics?

Boston - The 2016 NBA season tips off this week and despite most teams going into the year with optimism, it once again appears that trouble is brewing with Sacramento.

NFL Power Rankings: Patriots takeover top spot with Vikings loss

Boston - Week seven of the NFL season had the last unbeaten team go down in defeat and a couple wining streaks among the better teams end, but the one constant that still remains is New England continues to win football games.

MLB News and Rumors: Kenley Jansen to NY Mets?

New York - It was a good 2016 season for the NY Mets, making the playoffs and setting the foundation for success next season, but winning World Series titles is how MLB teams are measured and this club needs help to reach that goal.

Op-Ed: Marquez' reason for declining 5th fight with Pacquiao misleading

Juan Manuel Marquez has been saying repeatedly that the reason why he is declining public clamor for a fifth fight against Manny Pacquiao is his belief that he won all four fights since their first encounter in 2004.

2017 NFL Mock Draft: First round projections for each team

Its been another exciting week of NFL action, but one thing is clear, even the best teams in the league have weaknesses and every franchise could use better depth, especially at the skilled positions.

NFL Trade Rumors: Tony Romo to New York Jets?

New York - With just one week left until the NFL trade deadline, it appears a few big name players could be moved, including Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.

Wave of strikes as IS puts up tough defence of Mosul

Al Hamdaniyah - Iraqi forces advancing on Mosul faced stiff resistance from the Islamic State group on Monday despite the US-led coalition unleashing an unprecedented wave of air strikes to support the week-old offensive.

Russia rules out early renewal of Aleppo ceasefire

Moscow - Russia, blaming failures by the US-led coalition and meagre hopes for diplomacy, on Monday ruled out early moves to renew its ceasefire in Aleppo after a brief truce ended at the weekend.

'Secret' one-handed keyboard found hidden in iPhone's software

A one-handed keyboard mode has been found inside Apple's iOS. It has been lurking unseen since at least 2014 and is not publicly accessible. If activated, it could make typing significantly easier on Apple's current large-screen iPhones.

Attack in Iraq's Kirkuk over, 74 IS jihadists dead: governor

Kirkuk - Iraqi security forces on Monday ended an attack by the Islamic State group in Kirkuk city, killing at least 74 jihadists in three days of clashes, the provincial governor said.

Karl Rove tells Fox News that Donald Trump has lost election

Republican heavyweight Karl Rove made an appearance on 'Fox News Sunday' and told the show that Donald Trump is done. Rove said Democrat Hillary Clinton now has a clear path to the White House and will win the presidency.

AI 'judge' predicts outcome of court cases with 79% accuracy

Scientists have built an AI capable of predicting the outcome of human rights trials with an accuracy of 79%. The development marks a milestone in AI development. Critics had previously said computers could not interpret the complexities of legal cases.

Big Ten Football: Michigan, Nebraska top latest power rankings

Ann Arbor - Since the start of the NCAA Football playoffs, the old adage of every week being a playoff game rings true and for Ohio State of the Big Ten Conference, this weeks loss at Penn State could be the end of their national championship hopes.

Haiti hurricane victims, in makeshift camps, bemoan aid chaos

Jeremie - Rickety structures made of sheet metal and scrap wood are clustered along the road to the Haitian city of Jeremie, which still hasn't seen any aid nearly three weeks after Hurricane Matthew.

Relief, shattered dreams, as migrants leave Calais

Calais - Hundreds of migrants packed their bags with a mixture of relief and despair on Monday as they left the notorious "Jungle" camp in the northern French city of Calais under grey skies.

Essential Science: Knockout blow to malaria by immune cells trap

One way to stop malaria parasites from spreading around the body is to kill them in the liver. Researchers have found a way to trap malaria killing immune cells in the liver, so they can target the parasite effectively.

James Lee Taylor to run 2017 London Marathon to help beat HIV Special

British actor James Lee Taylor chatted with Digital Journal about running the London Marathon next year, in an effort to beat HIV.

Lithuania opts for change in poll upset

Vilnius - A political minnow fronted by a former police chief pulled off a stunning election victory in Lithuania on Sunday on the back of promises to deliver much-needed economic growth.

Migrants stream out of Calais 'Jungle' before demolition

Calais - Migrants lugging their meagre belongings boarded buses Monday taking them from the Calais "Jungle" under a French plan to raze the notorious camp that has become a symbol of Europe's refugee crisis."Bye Bye, Jungle!
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