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Ontario passes 'making healthier choices' act

Toronto - The Ontario Lung Association has welcomed the decision taken by the provincial government is agreeing to the passage of Bill 45 - "Making Healthier Choices Act."

Denmark to hold general election on June 18

Copenhage - Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt on Wednesday called a general election for June 18, as opinion polls show her centre-left coalition trailing an opposition bloc bolstered by the success of the far-right.

Crash your friend's iPhone by sending this specific text

A new bug in Apple's iOS means anybody can crash an iPhone by sending a very specific message over text or iMessage. On doing so, the app will crash and — if the phone is on the lockscreen — causing the entire device to restart in a major annoyance.

Danny Welbeck ruled out of the FA Cup final

London - Arsenal will be without Danny Welbeck for the FA Cup final as the English striker was ruled out due to an injury. All other players will be available.

Brazil protesters demand Rousseff impeachment

Bras - Several hundred protesters gathered Wednday in Brasilia to demand the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff after they completed a 1,000-kilometer (650-mile) march on the capital.

Juan Manuel Marquez open to Mayweather rematch

Mexican counter puncher Juan Manuel Marquez is open to a rematch against unbeaten Floyd Mayweather if it is offered to him provided that the terms and conditions are acceptable.

Syria readies offensive against Islamic State without U.S. help

Damascus - Syria does not expect help from the United States in battling Islamic State insurgents or in retaking the ancient city of Palmyra, officials said Wednesday.

Interview: Chatting with celebrity blogger Perez Hilton Special

Perez Hilton is one of the world's most popular celebrity bloggers and columnists. Hilton took some time from his busy schedule to chat with Digital Journal about his career in the entertainment industry.

U.S. prosecutors allege 'World Cup' of soccer fraud

New York - The United States accused soccer officials of corrupting a sport loved by billions Wednesday, warning the investigation is not over and seeking the extradition of suspects arrested in Switzerland.

Watch student paralyzed by spinal injury walk at graduation

During his freshman year in 2010, Chris Norton, a student at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, suffered a spinal cord injury during a football game. The injury left him paralyzed from the neck down.

French barman sentenced after man drinks 56 shots and dies

Clermont-ferrand - A French barman received a suspended jail sentence Wednesday after he was convicted of manslaughter for letting a man do 56 shots during a drinking contest that led to his death.

American Idol winner Nick Fradiani talks 'Beautiful Life' Special

Newly-crowned American Idol winner Nick Fradiani chatted with Digital Journal about his newest single "Beautiful Life" and the American Idol Live! tour.

Fake security question answers are weakening online security

Security researchers from Google have found that people frequently lie to personal security questions on new accounts online in the misguided belief that a fake answer will add increased security. The researchers found that the contrary is actually true.

65-year-old German mum's quadruplets face big health risks: Doctors

Berlin - Doctors at a Berlin clinic said on Wednesday quadruplets, whose very premature births to a 65-year-old German mother have captured headlines and stirred debate, face big health risks.

Ukraine under 'continual attack' despite truce: NATO

Kiev - A top NATO commander warned on Wednesday that "continual attacks" against Ukraine were hampering Kiev's efforts to modernise its army enough to one day join the Western military bloc.

Kurds oust IS from Christian villages in Syria: Monitor

Birut - Kurdish forces have driven the Islamic State group from more than a dozen Assyrian Christian villages that the jihadists had captured in northeastern Syria, a monitor said Wednesday.

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.

Review: Big Time Rush's James Maslow charms on 'See You Again' cover Special

Big Time Rush's James Maslow has covered Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's hit single "See You Again," and he did a wonderful job.

Russian divers report ancient ship find near Crimea

Moscow - A group of Russian divers said Wednesday they had found Byzantine-era ship wreckage in the Black Sea off Crimea that included a trove of 10th century pottery.

WTF is one turn-of-phrase added to the dictionary this year

In its blog, Merriam-Webster confessed to having a "growth spurt." And with the addition of 1,700 new words added to its digital database, most people would have to agree.
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