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2.229 billion years: Scientists date world's oldest meteor crater

Apo - A crater in western Australia was formed by a meteor strike more than 2.2 billion years ago and is the world's oldest known impact site, new research published Wednesday shows.

Parliament to elect Greece's first woman president

Athens - A trailblazing judge with particular expertise in environmental law and the constitution will become Greece's first female president on Wednesday.

Trump trial opens with fiery clashes over witnesses

Washington - Republicans and Democrats battled over summoning high-level White House witnesses Tuesday in a marathon first day of arguments in President Donald Trump's trial for abuse of power.

Op-Ed: Soundgarden snubbed in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2020

The iconic American rock group Soundgarden was snubbed for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2020.

Review: 'Stan the Man,' starring Katherine Kelly Lang, is a superb comedy Special

Emmy-nominated actress Katherine Kelly Lang ("The Bold and The Beautiful") stars in "Stan the Man," a romantic comedy, as Elizabeth Morgan opposite Steven Chase.

CDC confirms 1st U.S. case of coronavirus with help from Internet

The United States has its first confirmed case of a new virus that appeared in Wuhan, China, last month, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Tuesday.

Lee Brice talks Carly Pearce duet, New York show, and digital age Special

Westbury - Country star Lee Brice chatted with Digital Journal about "I Hope You're Happy Now," his new duet with Carly Pearce, and his upcoming show at The Theatre at Westbury.

Russian opposition wrong-footed by Putin reform push

Moscow - President Vladimir Putin's quick-fire push to overhaul Russia's political system has caught the country's opposition off guard, with critics in disarray about how to respond.

Prince Harry starts new life with Meghan in Canada

Vancouver - Prince Harry was spending the first full day of his new life in Canada on Tuesday after jetting in from Britain to join his wife Meghan following their shock exit from their royal roles.

Canada locals vow to protect Harry and Meghan

Victoria - The new neighbors have been spotted out hiking and down at the farmers' market, but residents of North Saanich say they will ensure privacy for Harry and Meghan at their Canadian island hideaway.

Mitsubishi Electric confirms major data breach Special

Mitsubishi Electric released a statement today confirming that the company was hit by a data breach dating back to late June last year. It’s speculated that the cyberattack is linked to a Chinese cyber-espionage group, Tick (or Bronze Butler).

Canada's marijuana companies may be facing bleak year

Ontario - Some of Canada's biggest cannabis producers are facing proposed class-action lawsuits in the United States, while two other cannabis companies had to seek creditor protection last month. What's going on?

Op-Ed: US offers ongoing support for Guaido attempted coup in Venezuela

It is now a year since the US announced that it regarded Juan Guaido as the recognized ruler of Venezuela. In late January last year Guaido declared himself the legitimate president of Venezuela replacing the elected president Nicolas Maduro.

Greece elects first woman president

Athens - Greece's parliament on Wednesday elected the first woman president in the country's history, a senior judge with an expertise in environmental and constitutional law.

Malaysia's hand-made incense craftwork a declining art

Kubang Semang - Thousands of giant incense sticks, many decorated with dragon heads, line the walls at a Malaysian business where they are made by hand ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday.

On the menu at China virus market: rats and live wolf pups

Shanghai - The food market where China's deadly virus surfaced was a smorgasbord of exotic wildlife ranging from wolf pups to species linked to previous pandemics such as civets, according to vendor information and a Chinese media report.

China has 'no intention to participate' in arms talks

Bejing - China said Wednesday it has "no intention to participate" in trilateral arms control negotiations, a day after Washington called on Beijing to join its nuclear arms talks with Moscow.

UN Security Council urges quick ceasefire in Libya

New York - The UN Security Council called Tuesday on Libya's warring sides to quickly reach a ceasefire that would pave the way for a political process aimed at ending conflict in the oil-rich state.

Thousands on Greek islands protest against migrant camps

Thousands of residents on Greek islands hosting large migrant camps on Wednesday kicked off a day of protests, demanding the immediate removal of asylum-seekers.

China warns virus could mutate and spread as death toll rises

Bejing - A new virus that has killed nine people, infected hundreds and reached the United States could mutate and spread, China warned Wednesday, as authorities urged people to steer clear of the city at the heart of the outbreak.
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