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Dream of reviving north Cyprus ghost town may turn sour

Famagusta - A wire fence on a Cypriot beach is all that separates Pavlos Iacovou from the hotel he owns but has not visited in decades -- now a sudden decision from Ankara could change all that.

Trump to boast to UN about US success, but troubles mounting

New York - US President Donald Trump will stand before the United Nations on Tuesday to declare his country top of the world. But with diplomatic troubles building, his annual boast may ring hollow.

Review: Daughtry trio honors the late Ric Ocasek of The Cars with 'Drive' Special

On September 19, Chris Daughtry honored the late Ric Ocasek of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band The Cars with a stirring performance of "Drive" with his acoustic trio.

Saudis still owe the US $181 million for refueling in Yemen war

The Trump administration has stressed the alliance of the US and Saudis and condemned the attack on Saudi oil infrastructure blaming the attack on Iran even though the Houthi's who control much of the north of Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack.

'Don't open the door': US activists organize to thwart ICE

Though she speaks little English, Yoana was calm when two officers from the US federal agency tasked with deporting undocumented people such as herself appeared outside her apartment.

Review: Kris Allen celebrates 10 years of American Idol win with '10' Special

New York - On September 20, singer-songwriter Kris Allen (of "American Idol" fame) released his latest studio offering, "10," in celebration of the 10th anniversary of his "American Idol" win.

Study on genetically modified mosquitoes prompts backlash

In an attempt to control the mosquito-borne diseases, English biotech company, Oxitec, developed a strain of transgenically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes having a "lethal gene." This gene should have doomed any offspring created.

Digital influencers Binxie and Aliza to take us inside Area 51

The highly-anticipated Area 51 raid may have been canceled but, for two wildly popular digital influencers, the raid is still very much on schedule.

Q&A: How cloud computing protects Canadians against hackers Special

Canadian firm NuData uses biometrics to confirm that a person online is really who they say they are, even if the password they’re using is correct. To discover more, Digital Journal spoke with Justin Fox who leads DevOps at NuData.

Op-Ed: US claims some farm workers killed in Afghanistan were IS members

The US defended its attack that allegedly killed at least 32 farm workers and wounded 40 others including many children claiming that the group were actually ISIS fighters pretending to work as harvesters.

Coby Ryan McLaughlin checks out of 'General Hospital' as Shiloh

Actor Coby Ryan McLaughlin is exiting the role of David Henry Archer, better known as "Shiloh," on the hit ABC soap opera "General Hospital."

Op-Ed: Guns and vaping — The numbers do matter in a public health crisis

The numbers continue to rise - not just the deaths and illnesses attributed to vaping e-cigarettes - but more alarming is the number of gun deaths in the United States. Yet, in our ignorance, we are more concerned over the loss of e-cigarettes,

Swiss to hold high-altitude wake for lost glacier

Mels - Dozens of people will undertake a "funeral march" up a steep Swiss mountainside on Sunday to mark the disappearance of an Alpine glacier amid growing global alarm over climate change.

Kate Walsh talks overcoming menopause, Equelle and Olivia Colman Special

Actress Kate Walsh ("Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice") chatted with Digital Journal about her struggles with menopause and her partnership with Equelle. She also spoke about being an actress in this digital age.

Split by Brexit, Labour kicks off conference showdown

Brighton - Britain's main opposition Labour Party begins its annual conference on Sunday desperately searching for a coherent Brexit plan to stem a potential drubbing in a looming election.

Bridging the gap: Yangon's boom falls short across river

Yangon - On her scruffy, downtrodden bank of the river, teashop-owner Khin works just a few hundred metres across the muddy water from Yangon and dreams of the riches promised by a new bridge linking to Myanmar's commercial heart.

Iran issues 'battlefield' warning as US deploys troops

Tehran - Any country that attacks Iran will become the "main battlefield", the Revolutionary Guards warned Saturday after Washington ordered reinforcements to the Gulf following attacks on Saudi oil installations it blames on Tehran.

Strong earthquake in Albania damages buildings and sends residents fleeing

Tirana - Albania was rattled by its strongest earthquake in decades Saturday, officials said, sending people fleeing into the streets in several cities, damaging buildings and triggering power cuts in the capital.The epicentre of the shallow 5.

Review: BBMak melt hearts with gorgeous ballad 'Uncivil War' Special

On September 20, British pop group BBMak released their brand new single "Uncivil War." The band is gearing up to release their upcoming studio album next month.

Review: Lena Stone releases vivacious country single 'Hotel' Special

On September 20, rising country singer-songwriter Lena Stone releases her latest country single, the infectious "Hotel."
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