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Manny Pacquiao virtually elected as Philippine senator

In the April 18-20 survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) nationwide, incumbent congressman and senatorial candidate Manny Pacquiao landed in the No.3 spot of the Top 12 list of possible winners in the May 9 general elections.

Dutch Painter Liseth Visser on what motivates and inspires her Special

Veghel - This talented lady from the southern Netherlands is renowned for her beautiful, thought-provoking and deeply striking portraits. She agreed to answer some questions put to her by Digital Journal.

NBA Trade Rumors: DeMarcus Cousins to Boston Celtics?

Boston - The 2015-16 basketball season is over for the Boston Celtics after losing in six games to Atlanta in the opening round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, but despite the loss, things are looking good for the franchise as summer approaches.

Video shows cop repeatedly punching handcuffed woman

Jacksonville - Although the incident occurred Wednesday, a rookie police officer has already been fired and charged. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO) released the video taken within the jail that shows the alleged assault.

NFL Trade Rumors: Nick Foles to San Francisco 49ers?

San Francisco - The LA Rams made a bold move, making a deal with Tennessee to acquire the first overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and with that selection they took quarterback Jared Goff from Cal.

Austria in EU talks to extend migrant border controls

Vienna - Austria said on Saturday it was in talks with the European Union's executive body to extend border controls brought in last year to help stem the migrant flow.

Turkey detains pro-Kurdish news editor over tweets: Channel

Istanbul - Turkish authorities on Saturday detained the chief news editor of a pro-Kurdish television channel over tweets posted on his account, the broadcaster said, as concern grows over freedom of expression in the country.

Two Ukrainian soldiers killed in rebel east despite truce

Kiev - Two Ukrainian soldiers were killed in fresh fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in the east even as a new truce took effect, Kiev said Saturday.

Thousands of protesters storm Iraq parliament in Green Zone

Baghdad - Thousands of angry protesters broke into Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone on Saturday and stormed the Iraqi parliament building after lawmakers again failed to approve new ministers.

IS claims killing of Hindu tailor in Bangladesh: SITE

Tangail - The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the murder of a Hindu tailor in central Bangladesh on Saturday, according to a US-based monitoring group, amid a rise in attacks on religious minorities in the Muslim-majority nation.

Yemen foes begin direct peace talks in bid to end conflict: UN

Kuwait City - Yemen's warring parties began face-to-face peace talks on Saturday on "key issues" in a bid to end the conflict in the impoverished Arab country, the United Nations said."All delegations are present.

2016 NBA Mock Draft: Toronto Raptors top first round options

Toronto - Its been another terrific year for the Toronto Raptors as they finished the 2015-16 NBA regular season with the second best overall record in the Eastern Conference, but depth is needed, especially in the front court and that help could be found in June.

The lonely struggle of missing Mexican students' parents

- There were no tears and their faces were hardened by 19 months of grief and anger as the parents of 43 Mexican students who vanished in 2014 marched in the capital.

Toilets with free Wi-fi, ATMs soon to sprout across Beijing

At least 100 toilets with free Wi-fi access and automated teller machines will soon sprout across the Chinese capital of Beijing.

Hundreds arrested in clashes outside German right-wing congress

Stuttgart - German riot police on Saturday arrested some 400 protesters as clashes erupted outside a meeting of the right-wing populist AfD party, which is set to adopt an anti-Islamic manifesto amid a rise in European anti-migrant groups.

84 migrants still missing after boat sinks off Libya: IOM

Rome - Eighty-four migrants are still missing after an inflatable craft sank off the coast of Libya, according to survivors cited by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on Saturday.

Survivors sought after 17 killed in Kenya building collapse

Nairobi - Kenyan rescuers scrambled Saturday to free survivors including a woman and child detected trapped in a collapsed building in Nairobi, amid torrential storms that have left 17 people dead.

Survivors call for U.S. troops to face trial over Afghan hospital air strike

Kunduz - Survivors of a US air strike on a hospital in Afghanistan have called for those responsible to go on trial and dismissed an American military investigation that said the bombardment did not amount to a war crime.

Yemen govt forces seize Qaeda-held military camp, arms

Mukalla - Yemeni government forces backed by an Arab coalition seized an Al-Qaeda training camp in the southeastern province of Hadramawt Saturday along with "large amounts" of weapons, its governor told AFP.

Catching up with British magician Jamie Raven: plans for 2016 Special

Britain's Got Talent runner-up winner Jamie Raven chatted with Digital Journal about his plans for 2016 with his magic career.
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