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Natalie Portman says backed out of prize over Netanyahu

Jerusalem - Hollywood actress Natalie Portman said she was backing out of a Jerusalem ceremony where she was to receive a $2 million prize to protest against the policies of Israel's prime minister.

UN Security Council convenes in remote Swedish farmhouse

L - The UN Security Council is meeting in a secluded farmhouse on the southern tip of Sweden on Saturday in a bid to overcome deep divisions over how to end the war in Syria.

Review: Jason Crabb will melt your heart with 'Unexpected' album Special

Grammy winner and Christian music star Jason Crabb has released his newest studio album, "Unexpected," on April 20, 2018.

Vietnam War refugees deported under Trump struggle to settle

Ho Chi Minh - Nguyen was nine when he boarded a boat alone to escape the communist regime in Vietnam for the United States. Some 40 years later, he returned in shackles, deported from the only country he really knows to one he can scarcely remember.

Avicii, electronic music superstar, dead at 28

Muscat - World renowned Swedish electronic DJ, remixer and producer Avicii passed away on April 20, 2018, in Muscat, Oman. He was 28 years old.

CDC warns — Do not eat romaine lettuce as E. coli illness spreads

Consumers, restaurants, and retailers nationwide are being urged by the CDC to throw away any chopped romaine lettuce, including salads and salad mixes containing chopped romaine lettuce originating in Yuma, Arizona.

North Korea's nuclear declaration: what it does and does not mean

Seoul - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declared an end to the nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests that sent tensions soaring on the peninsula, in the region, and beyond.

Senate panel likely to reject Pompeo for State as Democrats balk

Washington - President Donald Trump's secretary of State pick Mike Pompeo is likely to be rejected by a Senate panel after all its Democrats opposed his nomination, but he may still win final confirmation next week.

Op-Ed: Dumb move of the week — Trump's latest plan to save coal sector

The Trump administration is considering implementing the 68-year-old Defense Production Act, which was first passed by Congress in the midst of the Korean War as a way to nationalize an energy industry necessary in times of war.

Netflix was in talks to buy theaters to screen its films

Netflix was considering to make a bold move. The streaming service reportedly was in talks to buy Landmark Theaters, in order to screen its films.

Canadian Pacific rail strike will affect shipping and passengers

Calgary - Canadian Pacific, the second-biggest rail shipper in Canada, has initiated a shutdown of its network after a strike notice from two unions. Unless negotiations are fruitful, a strike is set for Saturday.

Review: At the right place at the wrong time in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a movie surpassed by its soundtrack; an action thriller that makes the ride home more interesting; a true story of unintentional heroism; and an odd story of kindred spirits.

Big Shot to perform at College Street Music Hall in Connecticut

New Haven - On April 28, Mike DelGuidice and the Billy Joel tribute band, Big Shot, will be performing at College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut.

Bankers says AI will be your newest coworker

A new report looking at trends in banking has found that 84 percent of respondents stated they are increasingly using data for automated decision-making. However, a sizable number recognize that this expansion comes with risks.

Two German tourists killed in Peru bus plunge: police

- Two German tourists died and 12 other people were injured Friday when their minibus fell into a ravine on an Andean road in southern Peru, police said.

Review: Qveen Herby will rock your socks on new single 'Sade in the 90s' Special

Qveen Herby is back with her new single "Sade in the 90s," which was released today, on April 20, 2018. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Iran president criticises violence by morality police

Tehran - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday appeared to criticise the morality police after a video emerged of a violent encounter with a woman accused of breaching the country's strict dress code.

10 killed in violent protests against Nicaragua's pension reform plan

Managua - Violent protests against a proposed change to Nicaragua's pension system have left at least 10 people dead over two days, the government said Friday.

Cinema makes return to Saudi Arabia

Apo - Saudi Arabia hosted its first public film screening in over 35 years on Friday, two days after US movie giant AMC unveiled the kingdom's debut theatre in Riyadh.

Venezuela's collapse one of the worst in modern history:IMF

Washington - Venezuela's economic collapse ranks as one of the worst in modern history, an International Monetary Fund official said on Friday.
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