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NBA Rumors: Toronto Raptors still searching for help in the paint

Toronto - With the NBA Summer Leagues in the books and most of the big name free agents signed, it's difficult to find help at this time of year, but the Toronto Raptors are still searching for a big body to help with depth issues in the front court.

Live lottery draw in Serbia sparks outrage and police probe

Belgrade - The head of Serbia's state lottery resigned on Thursday following allegations of fraud during a live lottery draw this week.

FBI understaffed to ward off cybersecurity attacks, report says

The Next Generation Cyber Initiative is meant to step up investigation of cyber crimes, but the FBI is having trouble attracting computer scientists and cooperation from the private sector, according to an independent study.

Hospital worker charged in sexual assault on patients

Pittsburgh - A former healthcare worker at UPMC Mercy was arrested Saturday and charged with fondling five female patients under the guise of performing medical procedures on them between June 28 and July 5, police allege.

Social media is becoming increasingly influential on consumers

There have been numerous debates about the actual effectiveness of social media in regards to consumer purchases, but the reality is that Internet users are more likely than ever before to become influenced by things they see on Facebook and Twitter.

At least 7 Libyan soldiers killed by Islamic State at checkpoint

Tripoli - At least seven Libyan soldiers were reported killed and 5 more wounded as Islamic State forces were able to overrun a checkpoint in the town of Ajdabiya, a town near the key oil port of Brega.

Top general assassinated in Burundi: officials

Bujumbura - A top Burundian general and close aide to President Pierre Nkurunziza was killed Sunday in a rocket attack on his car in the capital Bujumbura, officials and witnesses said.

Op-Ed: Hulk Hogan a ‘racist’? Sleaze vs reality is the issue

The huge furor over Hulk Hogan’s allegedly racist remarks created by Gawker is looking like it’s on shaky ground. Seems Hogan does have a few defences, but they’ve taken a while to surface.

Review: The nostalgic nightmare of Resident Evil 2 Special

Horror gamers have been asking for a remake of Resident Evil 2 for so long that the idea has been pitched to Capcom's leadership. What happens next should be obvious, since the original has been hailed as one of the greatest horror games of all time.

NFL Fantasy Football: Top wide receiver 'sleepers' for 2015

With most of the major fantasy football sites now up and running, owners will start their research and look for those diamond in the rough type players.

Plane crashes at family festival in UK

A plane nosedived during an acrobatic display and crashed during CarFest, an outdoor festival in Cheshire. The pilot, Kevin Whyman, was killed in the crash.

Kerry pledges support for Egypt in Cairo talks

Cairo - US Secretary of State John Kerry launched a strategic dialogue with his Egyptian counterpart in Cairo on Sunday, pledging Washington's support as the two countries patched up a diplomatic rift.

NFL Fantasy Football: Best 'sleepers' at quarterback for 2015

August is finally here and for fantasy football owners it's time to get started on preparations for the upcoming season.

Before You Exit talks 'Model,' RCA Records, performing in NY Special

New York - Pop group Before You Exit sat down and chatted with Digital Journal after their concert at Best Buy Theater in New York on July 30.

NYC health official: More cases of Legionnaires' disease expected

New York City - NYC's largest outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in three years has claimed its fourth victim, health officials said on Saturday. The number of cases has increased to 65, up from 57 on Friday.

Japan releases master recording of emperor's war-end speech

Toukyo - The master recording of Emperor Hirohito's speech announcing Japan's World War II surrender has been brought back to life in digital form ahead of the 70th anniversary of the end of the war.

Op-Ed: Kansas limits ATM withdrawals to $25 for welfare recipients

Wichita - In a controversial move, Kansas will continue to implement a $25 limit on ATM withdrawals by welfare recipients, even though this restriction may violate federal law.

Migrants 'attacked' at sea between Greece and Turkey

Atenas - Migrants trying to sail from Turkey to Greece are increasingly reporting being attacked by gunmen trying to prevent them from reaching Europe, according to multiple sources.

Two Turkish troops killed in 'PKK suicide attack'

Istanbul - Two Turkish soldiers were killed and at least two dozen other troops were wounded early Sunday in a suicide attack blamed on Kurdish militants, as Ankara kept up its air campaign against the rebels' bases in northern Iraq.

Has Cecil the lion's brother, Jericho been shot and killed?

According to a senior park official, Cecil the lion’s brother Jericho was killed in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. The killing took place on August 1, reports the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force. Other organizations dispute this report.
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