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Nigeria president says 'many deaths' in church collapse

Lagos - A church roof collapsed in southeastern Nigeria causing "many deaths and injury" the country's president said Saturday, with state media reporting that up to 200 people could have been killed.

Republicans reject reports Russia helped Trump win election

Washington - Republicans rejected reports of a secret CIA assessment finding that Russia sought to tip the US presidential election in Donald Trump's favor, as a Democratic Senate leader called for an investigation.

Op-Ed: Canadian government needs to invest more in airports

Ottawa - Business leaders and officials from major Canadian airports have joined forces to urge Ottawa to invest more in airports to make air travel smoother and make them more competitive.

Interview: Nick Tangorra talks benefit concert at The Paramount Special

Huntington - Epic Records artist Nick Tangorra chatted with Digital Journal about his benefit concert at The Paramount on December 8.

After Aleppo falls, where next for Syria?

Paris - While seizing control of Aleppo will not end the Syrian war, Bashar al-Assad's regime and its Russian and Iranian allies have more control now than at any time since the conflict began, experts say.

Anthony Joshua knocks out Eric Molina in the third round

Manchester - On Saturday evening, British fighter Anthony Johnson defended the IBF heavyweight title against American fighter Eric Molina.

Op-Ed: Defense Secretary announces US to send 200 more troops to Syria

Manama - US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said that another 200 troops will go to Syria in order to aid an offensive by Kurdish and Arab fighters, the Syria Democratic Forces (SDF), to free the city of Raqqa a stronghold of the Islamic State(IS) in Syria.

Frozen, homeless: no Christmas cheer for migrants in Belgrade

Belgrade - Inside an abandoned Belgrade warehouse, its walls blackened with smoke, several dozen youngsters huddle together under blankets in a bid to fend off the freezing temperatures as the Serbian winter sets in.

Over 30 dead as Kenya fuel tanker crashes, explodes

Nairobi - More than 30 people died when a fuel tanker crashed into other vehicles and burst into flames outside the town of Naivasha in Kenya late on Saturday night, officials said.

Tim Charron talks 'White Sand Christmas' and Miranda Lambert Special

Country singer Tim Charron chatted with Digital Journal about his new song "White Sand Christmas," and his future plans.

Pipeline in western North Dakota shut down after significant leak

Belfield - A pipeline leak in western North Dakota caused a significant oil spill into a tributary of the Little Missouri River this week, but a winter storm has hampered efforts to assess the leak and damages to the environment.

Review: Brian Justin Crum charms on new 'Show Me Love' single Special

Former America's Got Talent finalist Brian Justin Crum has released his new single "Show Me Love," and it is quite amazing.

Kyrgyzstan votes in controversial constitutional referendum

Bichkek - Citizens in ex-Soviet Kyrgyzstan went to the polls on Sunday to vote on a raft of amendments to the constitution promoted by the country's leader, several of which have been slammed by rights groups.

Strange slimming effect of sweet potato waste

Obviously eating sweet potatoes is not going to make you slim, especially when accompanied by other starchy food. However, a study on mice suggests the water left over from cooking sweet potatoes may have slimming effects.

Macedonia votes hoping to end political crisis

Skopje - Macedonia votes in an early general election on Sunday in a bid to end a deep political crisis that has roiled the small Balkan country for nearly two years.

Jorgos becomes Honorary Member in the Greek Academy of Magicians Special

Acclaimed magician Jorgos has a major reason to celebrate. He becomes an Honorary Member in the Greek Academy of Magicians.

Air pollution impairs function of blood vessels in the lungs

With so many major cities plagued with choking air pollution recently, a new European study on how air pollution impairs the blood vessels in the lungs, possibly leading to decompensated heart failure, seems to be very timely.

Romanian left seeks election comeback

Bucharest - Romanians vote on Sunday in parliamentary elections that are forecast to see the corruption-tainted left stage a remarkable comeback, a year after a deadly nightclub fire forced them from office.

S. Korea crisis: What will the North do?

Seoul - These are euphoric but anxious days for South Korea, as the heady impeachment of a deeply unpopular president leaves the country without a recognised leader at a time of military tensions with nuclear-armed North Korea.

15 dead, 69 injured in Istanbul twin blasts: health ministry

Istanbul - Twin bombings in the heart of Istanbul killed 15 people and wounded 69 on Saturday after a home match of Istanbul football giants Besiktas, the health ministry said.
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