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Female activist in Saudi Arabia faces death penalty

Saudi human rights activists are warning against the possible beheading of Israa al-Ghomgham by the government. Israa has been provisionally sentenced to death by a Ryadh court.

Gilles Marini makes 'Days of Our Lives' daytime debut on NBC

In the summer of 2018, French-American actor Gilles Marini has joined the cast of the hit NBC daytime soap opera "Days of Our Lives."

Review: Lauren Davidson overcomes the melancholy in 'Pouring Rain' ballad Special

New York country singer-songwriter Lauren Davidson is back with her impressive new song, the poignant ballad "Pouring Rain."

Report looks at not so environmentally-friendly impacts of EVs

Sales of electric vehicles around the world rose by 54 percent in 2017, taking global stock across the three-million threshold. And as EV sales continue to rise, you may be surprised to learn there are economic and environmental consequences to consider.

Melting permafrost below Arctic lakes becoming very dangerous

The Arctic's permafrost is supposed to stay frozen, but with climate change warming the Earth, we have been witnessing some gradual thawing. However, a new study shows a dramatic increase in the thawing that poses some real dangers to our planet.

Privacy issues need watching with online pot sales in Canada

Ottawa - People who buy recreational marijuana online after legalization goes into effect in Canada this fall should be able to rely on the Federal government's two privacy laws to protect their online information, but the issue needs to be watched closely.

Anonymous hackers target Spain sites in Catalonia protest

Madrid - Hackers from the Anonymous collective claimed responsibility for bringing down government websites in Spain on Monday in a protest against Madrid's efforts to block Catalonia's separatist drive.

The new champions of digital disruption: Q&A Special

Infosys has released a new report, “The New Champions of Digital Disruption: Incumbent Organizations”, which seeks to understand the impact of digital disruption on incumbent, non-digitally native organizations. Anant Adya, Infosys SVP explains more.

Eric Clapton to release new holiday CD, dedicates song to Avicii

On August 20, 2018, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Eric Clapton announced that he will be releasing a holiday album this fall. He is dedicating a song to the late Avicii.

AI for Good competition launched

The company Neurala has called for submissions for its “AI for Good” competition. The aim is to draw together technologically inclined humanitarians to help tackle real-world challenges, such as identifying missing children and combating animal poachi

Former Sick Puppies lead singer SHIM talks solo career, new album Special

On August 20, ex-Sick Puppies lead singer SHIM chatted with Digital Journal about his new solo album, which includes the songs "Hallelujah" and "A Brand New War."

Worst anthrax outbreak in 20 years hits French farms

Gap - More than 50 cows, sheep and horses have died in France's most serious outbreak of anthrax in two decades, according to officials who have warned of a vaccine shortage.

ESA set to launch satellite to measure the wind on Tuesday

Kourou - The European Space Agency's (ESA) Aeolus satellite mission—named for the guardian of wind in Greek mythology - is set to launch on Tuesday from the Arianespace launch site in French Guiana.

Eight hikers die as flash flood hits Italy's Calabria

Rome - Eight hikers died when a mountain river suddenly flooded in Italy's southern Calabria region, with five people still missing, local emergency services said on Monday.

Tariffs, tariff threats, talks: Trump faces key week on trade

Washington - The United States on Monday launched into a key week for trade policy, with Washington due to slap fresh tariffs on a host of Chinese goods even as it holds hearings to target thousands more.

Why multiple earthquakes are rattling one Indonesian island

Jakarta - The Indonesian holiday island of Lombok has been hammered by a series of powerful earthquakes in the past three weeks that have killed more than 500 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless.

'Most horrible place on earth': German FM visits Auschwitz

Oswiecim - German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Monday visited the former Nazi-German death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, which he called "the most horrible place on earth".

ConocoPhillips says PDVSA agreed to pay $2 bn to settle dispute

Washington - Venezuela has agreed to pay a $2 billion settlement to US oil giant ConocoPhillips, to stop the seizure of the South American nation's assets, the American firm announced Monday.

Kerala floods give way to stench and uncertainty

Aluva - The overpowering stench that fills the air in the Kerala town of Aluva is an inescapable reminder that while the filthy floodwaters may subside, the full toll of the devastating monsoon deluge will take time to emerge.

Venezuelans keep coming over Brazilian border despite attacks

Pacaraima - Venezuelans desperate to leave their collapsing country continued to flow into Brazil on Monday despite fear of anti-migrant violence in the tense border town of Pacaraima.
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