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Argentine navy hunts for missing submarine

Buenos Aires - Argentina's navy was hunting Friday for one of its submarines which has been reported missing off the country's south coast with a crew of 44 on board.The navy said it had not had contact with the submarine, the San Juan, for 48 hours.

NATO sorry after Erdogan pulls troops over Norway 'enemy' insult

Istanbul - NATO apologised to Turkey on Friday after Ankara pulled its troops from a military exercise in Norway where President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the country's modern founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk had been portrayed as enemies of the alliance.

Italy funeral for all-female shipwreck victims

Salerno - The coffins of 26 young Nigerians lie in state in the winter sunshine in a cemetery in southern Italy, where a bishop and imam lead prayers for the all-female victims.

Exclusive: Bryan and Katie Torwalt premiere new lyric video Special

Capital Christian duo Bryan and Katie Torwalt have premiered their new lyric video for "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas" exclusively with Digital Journal.

Erdogan says Turkey troops pulled from NATO drill amid new tensions

Ankara - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said Ankara had pulled out 40 Turkish troops from a NATO exercise in Norway, in a new outburst of tensions with its Western allies.

Tesla's all-electric semi truck aims to disrupt transport

Hawthorne - After shaking up the auto world with its electric cars, Tesla is tackling a new frontier in "green" transportation with the unveiling of a futuristic all-electric semi truck.

Lithium under pressure as electric car revolution takes off

As the electric vehicle market continues to grow, metal recyclers are honing their processes and technologies to extract metals from batteries more cheaply and efficiently.

John Oates to release new solo studio album 'Arkansas'

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Oates has announced his new solo album "Arkansas," which will be released on February 2 via Thirty Tigers.

Zimbabwe: Developments since the military takeover

Harare - Here is a timeline of the developing political crisis in Zimbabwe, where the military has taken control of the country but President Robert Mugabe is clinging to power.

Head-to-head study compared two opioid addiction treatments

In a first of its kind study sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the effectiveness of two treatments for opioid addiction, Suboxone, and naltrexone were compared.

Three dead as clashes mark Kenyan opposition leader's return

Nairobi - Three people were shot dead Friday in Nairobi, an AFP reporter saw, as police dispersed thousands of opposition supporters welcoming home their leader Raila Odinga from an overseas trip.

Canada creating EV charging infrastructure along Trans Canada Hwy

Canada is teaming up with three different companies to install 34 EV fast-charging stations along the Trans Canada Highway in Manitoba and Ontario in an attempt to encourage more motorists to use EVs on longer trips.

260-million-year-old fossil forest discovered in Antarctica

Long ago, Antarctica was covered in forests. The ancient trees were able to withstand prolonged periods of pure sunlight or complete darkness, transitioning rapidly between the seasons. But they were victims of the world's greatest mass extinction event.

Four digital transformation trends to watch out for in 2018 Special

2017 has seen a rapid pace of digital transformation and this is set to increase further into 2018. Magnus Jern, Chief Innovation Officer at DMI has provide Digital Journal readers with four key trends to watch out for next year.

Review: Gwen Sebastian superb on 'Once Upon a Time in the West: Act I' Special

Country songstress Gwen Sebastian has released her new studio album, "Once Upon a Time in the West: Act I" via Flying Island Entertainment.

Tim Berners-Lee thinks the web's facing a 'nasty storm' of issues

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web, has discussed his opinions on net neutrality, fake news and aggressive ads. He said more needs to be done to protect the web's open nature and prevent it being abused, warning "the system is failing."

Florida fruit growers sour over NAFTA

New York - With the fifth round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement underway, Florida fruit and vegetable growers are pressing for changes.

Keystone Pipeline spill comes on eve of decision on Keystone XL

Amherst - After a drop in pressure was detected in its operating system in South Dakota, the Keystone Pipeline, operated by TransCanada, was shut down at 6:00 a.m. Thursday morning CST.

Review: Ali B releases new video for catchy 'Strangers In Love' single Special

Singer-songwriter Ali B has released her new music video for her single "Strangers in Love," which has an electronic vibe to it.

MoviePass slashes monthly price to view movies in U.S. theaters

New York - MoviePass a subscription service that allows viewers to pay a monthly fee to watch movies across the US has slashed its prices again but just temporarily as part of a promotion to entice subscribers to take out a one-year subscription plan.
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