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UNESCO set to determine whether Great Barrier Reef is 'in danger'

UNESCO is set to decide whether the Great Barrier Reef, a site of immense ecological importance and natural beauty, is endangered.

European DNA linked to Egyptians who migrated north out of Africa

"Walk like an Egyptian" say the words of the song, and it seems that Europeans and Asians did just that, when they migrated north from Africa tens of thousands of years ago.

Watch heroic crowd lift double decker bus to save unicyclist

London - The video shows a crowd of people heaving a double-decker bus to save the life of a dread-locked unicyclist trapped beneath the bus after a collision amid rush hour traffic in Walthamstow, east London Thursday.

IS group launches assault on key northeast Syria city: monitor

Damascus - The Islamic State jihadist group launched an assault on the largely Kurdish city of Hasakeh in northeast Syria on Saturday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

FIFA scandal: More arrests ahead but Putin smells U.S. plot

Zurich - Sepp Blatter, FIFA’s incumbent president emerged victorious against challenger Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein at Friday’s FIFA elective congress.

Tense standoff outside U.S. mosque over cartoon protest

Phoenix - Anti-Islam protesters -- some of them heavily armed -- faced off against religious rights demonstrators outside a U.S. mosque, in a tense but peaceful standoff.

Animal rights group rescue 64 dogs from Costa Rica puppy mill Special

In April, animal rights activists rescued 64 dogs from a puppy mill in Costa Rica. The dogs, which included poodles, Maltese, Shih Tzus, Chihuahuas, Yorkshire terriers and Pekingese. Many of the dogs were kept in overcrowded, filthy aerial enclosures.

Review: Jonathan Jackson + Enation rocks on 'Radio Cinematic' album Special

Jonathan Jackson + Enation are back with their latest studio album "Radio Cinematic," and it is a rocking collection of songs.

Op-Ed: Prosecutor shows Aurora theater killer insane

The Colorado prosecutor seeking to jump start a political career with a death penalty conviction in the Aurora theater massacre inadvertently has shown the killer met one of the standards for legal insanity.

Review: Tony Ferrari charming on 'Mothers' single and music video Special

Singer-songwriter Tony Ferrari has released a single and music video for "Mothers," and it is absolutely beautiful and moving.

Amir Khan beats Chris Algieri via unanimous decision

British boxer and Olympic silver medalist Amir Khan on Friday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, overtook Chris Algieri in the later rounds to earn a unanimous decision verdict from the judges.

New blow to Nkurunziza as Burundi election official flees

Bujumbura - Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza's controversial bid to stand for a third term in office suffered a new blow on Saturday after it emerged that a top election official had fled the country.

Microsoft rumored to make Silent Hills an Xbox One exclusive

Gamers who were disappointed when Silent Hills was canceled may be in luck as rumors have been circulating that Microsoft is talks with Konami about continuing the game as an Xbox One exclusive.

Is mathematics the answer to antibiotic resistance?

Finding new drugs to combat antibiotic resistance is a complex task and running different biological scenarios can take years. To help screen potential drug candidates, researchers have developed a mathematical model.

Interview with Californian roots rock duo Dead Rock West Special

Cindy Wasserman and Frank Lee Drennen, who together make up the above-mentioned act, filled Digital Journal in on their upcoming release, a passionate and painstakingly researched tribute to the Everly Brothers.

Powerful 7.8-magnitude quake shakes Japan

Toukyo - A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Japanese coast Saturday, geologists said, shaking buildings in Tokyo and setting off car alarms, an AFP correspondent reported.

Female boxers light up Khan-Algieri undercard

The highly-anticipated Amir Khan-Chris Algieri fight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York starts tonight with two female boxers in the undercard.

Super alloy bounces back to shape, again and again

Materials scientists have created an alloy that pops back into shape even after it has been bent over 10 million times. The alloy has broken all existing records.

Boston's snow piles — 'A science experiment waiting to happen'

Boston - They are not pretty to look at, and as the temperatures continue to climb, they won't smell too good, either. We're talking about Boston's leftover snow piles, some of them as tall as a three-story building.

Term limits unlikely on agenda at Burundi crisis summit: Experts

Nairobi - East African leaders meet in Tanzania on Sunday for a summit on the political crisis in Burundi, though experts said the other nations were unlikely to raise the key issue: presidential term limits.
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