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Khashoggi fallout: Saudi conference no-shows

Dubai - The head of German conglomerate Siemens on Monday joined a slew of corporate chiefs and politicians in pulling out of an investment conference this week in Saudi Arabia, over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Trudeau: Canada could scrap Saudi defense deal over rights

Montr - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada could cancel a multi-billion dollar defense contract with Saudi Arabia following the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in an interview broadcast Sunday.

Artificial intelligence — Who is responsible for the outcomes?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an ever-increasing role in our modern world, but as the technology progresses and becomes ever-more complex and autonomous, it also becomes harder to understand how it works.

US must 'think twice' about nuclear treaty pullout: China

Bejing - China on Monday called on the United States to "think twice" about its decision to ditch a Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty with Russia.

Essential Science: AI aids automatic monitoring of cells

Artificial intelligence is reshaping many aspects of business and society. It is also impacting in the sciences. Researchers have demonstrated how AI can aid the automatic monitoring of single molecules in cells.

Four earthquakes strike off Canada's west coast

Washington - Four earthquakes -- measuring from 4.9 to 6.8 magnitude -- struck in quick succession off Canada's west coast late Sunday, the US Geological Survey said.The epicenter of the first 6.

Op-Ed: Apple CEO asks that Bloomberg retract report on Chinese spying

In an interview with Buzzfeed News, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Apple Tim Cook asked Bloomberg to retract its news report alleging that Chinese spies had compromised company servers by implanting a malicious micro chip on them.

Trump: US to begin cutting aid to Central America over migrant caravan

Washington - President Donald Trump said Monday the United States will begin cutting aid to three Central American nations because of their governments' failure to stop a migrant caravan headed for the US border.

NATO soldier killed in Taliban-claimed attack in Afghanistan

Kabul - A NATO soldier was killed and two others wounded in a Taliban-claimed attack in Afghanistan on Monday, days after a US general was wounded in a shooting on a high-level security meeting.

Saudi dissidents fear 'long arm' of state after Khashoggi murder

Washington - The murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has sent a chill through exiled dissidents, with many revealing discreet government attempts to lure them to their embassies as an apparent "trap" to return them to the kingdom.

Review: Tom Green entertaining at Governor's Comedy Club on Long Island Special

Levittown - On October 21, acclaimed actor and comedian Tom Green performed a stand-up comedy show at Governor's Comedy Club in Levittown on Long Island, for a good turnout, especially for a Sunday night.

Prince Harry goes solo on royal tour as pregnant Meghan rests

Urangan - Prince Harry greeted an Aboriginal community on the stunning World Heritage-listed Fraser Island Monday as his pregnant wife Meghan took a break from official duties during the royal couple's Australian tour.

Barzani makes comeback on both Kurd, Iraq fronts

Sulaimania - A year after a disastrous independence vote he had championed in Iraqi Kurdistan, veteran leader Massud Barzani has made a strong comeback both on the home front and in Baghdad.

Meet James Salvato: 2018 'Best Singer from Long Island' winner Special

Long Island singer James Salvato chatted with Digital Journal. In the 2018 "Best of Long Island" competition, Salvato won "Best Singer from Long Island." Salvato also discussed the digital transformation of the music industry.

Kushner says advised Saudi prince to be 'transparent' over Khashoggi

Washington - White House advisor Jared Kushner said Monday he had counseled Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to be "fully transparent" with a probe into the murder of a journalist that has rattled the kingdom's ties with the West.

Poland Supreme Court judges return to work after EU court ruling

Warsaw - Poland's Supreme Court chief justice asked 23 of the court's judges to return to work on Monday, days after the European Union's top court ordered Poland to "immediately suspend" their retirement under a disputed law.

Philippine judge rejects Duterte push for critic's arrest

Manila - A Philippine judge rejected on Monday an effort by President Rodrigo Duterte to arrest one of his fiercest critics, a decision hailed by opponents as a check on the leader and a victory for the rule of law.

Migingo Island: a rocky marriage between Uganda and Kenya

A rounded rocky outcrop covered with metallic shacks, Migingo Island rises out of the waters of Lake Victoria like an iron-plated turtle.

Saudi scrambles to host conference after Khashoggi fallout

Apo - Saudi Arabia scrambled Monday to prepare for an investment summit after a string of cancellations from global business titans, with Turkey's threat to reveal the "naked truth" over critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder casting a fresh shadow.

Russians tell US security chief ready to cooperate over nuclear treaty

Moscow - Top Russian officials on Monday told Donald Trump's national security advisor that Moscow is ready to cooperate with Washington over a Cold War-era nuclear treaty and that abandoning the key agreement would put the world in danger.
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