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Canada van massacre driver charged with murder

Toronto - Canada on Tuesday charged a man alleged to have plowed a van onto a crowded Toronto sidewalk with 10 counts of murder, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged a rattled nation not to allow a "senseless attack" to shake its values.

Apple, Ireland strike deal on 13-billion-euro tax payment

Dublin - Ireland's government on Tuesday said it was signing a deal with Apple for the US tech giant to pay 13 billion euros ($16 billion) in back taxes as ordered by the European Commission.

Amazon expanding home delivery to put packages inside your car

On Tuesday, Amazon announced it has expanded its in-home delivery service called Amazon Key to include deliveries to trunks and backseats of members cars where they cannot be easily stolen.

US senators introduce social media privacy bill

Washington - Two US senators, one Democrat and one Republican, introduced legislation Tuesday aimed at better protecting online privacy in response to the Facebook data scandal.

Deadly Toronto van massacre: What we know

Toronto - The suspect in a driving rampage that left 10 dead and 15 injured in Toronto -- Canada's biggest city -- was charged with murder and attempted murder on Tuesday.Alek Minassian, 25, made a brief court appearance to hear the charges against him.

Trump rips into Iran deal, exposing rift with Macron

Washington - US President Donald Trump pilloried the Iran nuclear deal as "insane" Tuesday and threatened "problems" if Tehran restarts enrichment, puncturing a carefully staged display of transatlantic camaraderie with France's visiting leader Emmanuel Macron.

Italy's centre-left leaves door open for Five Star

Rome - Italy's centre-left took a tentative step Tuesday towards ending weeks of political deadlock, saying it was "willing to think about" joining forces with the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S0.

Music business grows at record pace as digital dominates

New York - The global music industry soared a record 8.1 percent last year as digital sales for the first time made up the majority of revenue thanks to the streaming boom, the industry said Tuesday. Recorded music grossed $17.

Pour Vous' Christa B. Allen and Johnny What talk 'Scorpio' single Special

Actress Christa B. Allen ("Revenge" on ABC) and songwriter Johnny What formed the musical duo Pour Vous. They chatted with Digital Journal about their new single "Scorpio."

Facebook unveils appeal process for when it removes posts

San Francisco - Facebook said Tuesday it will give users the right to appeal decisions if the social network decides to remove photos, videos or written posts deemed to violate community standards.

Yarmuk, an epicentre of Syria's bloody conflict

Beirut - Poverty and exile, siege and starvation, jihadist rule and government shelling -- few places have seen more suffering in Syria's seven year, atrocity-filled war than the Palestinian camp of Yarmuk.

Hosting Macron, Trump rips into 'disaster' Iran deal

Washington - US President Donald Trump pilloried the Iran nuclear deal as "insane" Tuesday and threatened "problems" if Tehran restarts controversial programs, exposing a deep rift with European allies.

Women's vote campaigner statue unveiled in London

London - The first statue of a woman in London's Parliament Square was unveiled on Tuesday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in Britain.

Trump wipes dandruff off visiting French President Macron

Washington - President Donald Trump on Tuesday made a show of flicking dandruff from the suit collar of visiting French President Emmanuel Macron, saying it was a sign of the two leaders' "very special relationship.

Van plows into Toronto crowd in 'deliberate' act, leaving 10 dead

Toronto - At least 10 people have died after a man plowed a white rental van into a crowd of pedestrians in Canada's biggest city Toronto on Monday, in what police dubbed a "deliberate" attack.

Armenia unites to mark Ottoman massacres after leader quits

Yerevan - Armenians on Tuesday marked the anniversary of the massacre of 1.5 million of their kin by Ottoman forces in 1915, in a show of unity a day after leader Serzh Sarkisian resigned following days of mass protests.

Defense urges US jury to acquit Bill Cosby

Norristown - Bill Cosby's lawyers Tuesday urged a US jury to acquit the disgraced star of alleged sexual assault and save him from "ruin," savaging the case against him in the first celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.

Germany's mammoth neo-Nazi terror trial enters final phase

Munich - A defence lawyer for Beate Zschaepe, the only surviving member of a German neo-Nazi trio, Tuesday launched final arguments, signalling the end phase of a mammoth murder and terrorism trial.

This tech startup is starting a net neutral, independent Internet

File transfer startup WeTransfer is creating its own net neutral wireless network. The pilot program will be open to a few households in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles. For the first three months, the service will be free.

Gretchen Peters talks new album, music career and Leonard Cohen Special

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Gretchen Peters chatted with Digital Journal about her upcoming studio album "Dancing With the Beast," and her music career.
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