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Op-Ed: Why Manny Pacquiao won't pick Amir Khan for his next fight

Amir Khan should not put too much hope in his camp's ongoing fight negotiations with Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum because his chances of getting Pacquiao in the ring with him are almost nil.

Canadian 'dinosaur' discovered in 1845 rebranded as a Dimetrodon

A fossil found in Canada two centuries ago believed to be from a dinosaur has now been found to be a creature called a Dimetrodon. These large beasts actually pre-date dinosaurs by millions and millions of years.

Op-Ed: Terence Crawford need not wait for Pacquiao's decision

WBO light welterweight champion Terence Crawford need not wait for Manny Pacquiao's to name his opponent for his farewell fight which is set for April 9.

Norway starts running anti-refugee ads in Afghan newspapers

Norwegian government has started running adverts in Afghanistan’s newspapers warning that potential asylum seekers will be returned by force.

Op-Ed: Mayweather's Pacquiao compliment could be part of rematch plan

Floyd Mayweather never praised Manny Pacquiao since they started negotiating for the 'Fight of the Century' about his talent and skill in boxing until he talked about the proposed Pacquiao-Crawford fight penciled for April 9.

'Li-Fi' could be coming soon — Wireless 100x faster than Wi-Fi

Developments in wireless networking over the past few years have seen Wi-Fi become faster and more reliable than ever. It's still far from perfect though, and now new tech known as 'Li-Fi' threatens to supersede it, boasting 100 times greater performance.

South Sudan — The refugee crisis the world doesn't talk about

With the world focused on the Syrian refugee crisis and terrorist attacks, a small African country, formed just four years ago, is engulfed in civil war. But it is the tens of thousands of people fleeing the war that are now in desperate straits.

Climate change — Truth vs. the doubt spread by corporate funding

Through the concerted efforts of the Koch brothers and ExxonMobil, the American public has been spoon-fed so much misinformation about climate change, they have polluted the main stream media and created two warring camps in the climate change debate.

Op-Ed: Did Donald Trump hit new low by mocking reporter with disability?

Donald Trump's scraped the bottom of the pool before, likely his entire life though we've been more privy to it of late. But mocking a physical disability, with his voice and with goofy gestures? And what does it say about his supporters?

U.S. knew flight path of plane downed by Turkey: Putin

Moscow - President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia had given prior information to the United States of the flight path of the plane downed by Turkey on the Syrian border.

Turkey would have acted differently if it had known jet was Russian: Erdogan

Istanbul - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday that Turkey would have acted differently if it had known a warplane its forces downed on the Syrian border was Russian.

Op-Ed: Investigation of U.S. attack on Afghan hospital hard to believe

Kunduz - A US military fact-finding investigation into an October 3rd attack by an AC-130 gunship that killed 30 people found that the pilot aimed at the hospital by mistake intending to hit a compound nearby from which Taliban were firing.

Hurricane Sandra surges to Category 4 in Pacific

Miami - Hurricane Sandra, the strongest storm on record this late in the Pacific hurricane season, surged to Category 4 off the coast of Mexico on Thursday.

OnePlus will refund owners of potentially hazardous USB-C cables

Nearly two weeks after it emerged OnePlus' $7 USB Type-C cables could damage devices, the company has responded and admitted a resistor inside means they don't meet the required specification. The company will offer refunds but not free replacements.

Liberals keep promise to end Islamic State bombing missions

Ottawa - As promised during their election campaign Trudeau will withdraw its CF-18 fighter jets from the air campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

Taylor Farms of Calif. linked to Costco E. coli outbreak

Initial testing done by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) indicates a vegetable mix from a California produce wholesaler is possibly the source of E. coli connected to Costco's rotisserie chicken salad.

Two men arrested in Berlin suspected of preparing 'serious act of violence'

Berlin - Berlin police said they carried out two raids targeting Islamists Thursday and arrested two men suspected of preparing to carry out "a serious act of violence representing a danger for the state.

Orca whale spotted and no longer tangled up in rope

If you happened to be worried about T77A, the killer whale struggling due to having become tangled up in rope and a float off the coast of Vancouver Island, worry no more. It has somehow managed to untangle itself.

Eban Brown of The Stylistics on his new solo project Special

A member of the famed four-piece since 2000, soul singer Eban Brown is spreading his wings as a solo artist and releasing a brand new single. Digital Journal spoke to him.

Qatar mulls family-only mall days, banning bachelor labourers

Qatar’s municipal council is planning to introduce family-only days at major shopping malls prohibiting blue-collar migrant workers from entering malls on the weekends.
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