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Review: Ed Sheeran plays hit after hit at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey Special

East Rutherford - On September 21, global pop star Ed Sheeran performed at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, as part of his "Divide" Tour.

Three crises to rock Merkel since her re-election

Berlin - In the year since Angela Merkel won re-election to a fourth and probably final term as German chancellor, her government has stumbled from crisis to crisis.

Bitcoin may be consolidating price above $6,600

After sharp gains yesterday taking the price well over $6,500 the price early today went past $6,800 but since then has dropped back but has stayed above $6,600 all day.

Soaring like birds, AI-equipped glider learns to use air currents

Poway - Large birds like the albatross or eagles seem to stay aloft for hours, not always flapping their wings - but using air currents. Scientists are now using artificial intelligence to learn their tricks, hoping they can teach aircraft to do the same.

First ever GDPR notice issued to firm linked to Brexit

London - A data firm based in Canada, which acted on behalf of the Vote Leave campaign (which is seeking to promote the U.K.'s impending exit from the European Union), has been hit with the first ever GDPR notice in relation to U.K. activities.

Bannon promises right-wing 'war rooms' to fight European elections

Rome - US President Donald Trump's former strategist Steve Bannon on Saturday said he would set up "war rooms" across Europe to help form a pan-continental right-wing movement ahead of European Parliament elections in 2019.

Fear and fanfare as Hong Kong launches China rail link

Fpo - A new high-speed rail link between Hong Kong and mainland China will launch Sunday, a multi-billion dollar project that critics say gives away part of the city's territory to an increasingly assertive Beijing.

Japan space robots start asteroid survey

Apo - A pair of robot rovers have landed on an asteroid and begun a survey, Japan's space agency said Saturday, as it conducts a mission aiming to shed light on the origins of the solar system.

John Rzeznik of Goo Goo Dolls talks about 20th anniversary tour Special

New York - John Rzeznik, the lead singer and guitarist of the Goo Goo Dolls, chatted with Digital Journal about their 20th anniversary tour of their seminal album "Dizzy Up the Girl."

Singer Lamjarred case reopens Morocco violence against women debate

Rabat - Still adored at home despite three separate rape charges in France, Moroccan pop star Saad Lamjarred's latest arrest has reignited a debate on violence against women in the North African kingdom.

Fear and fanfare as Hong Kong launches China rail link

Fpo - A new high-speed rail link between Hong Kong and mainland China launched Sunday, a multi-billion-dollar project that critics say gives away part of the city's territory to an increasingly assertive Beijing.

Review: Kip Moore performs at the Hackensack Meridian Health Stage 17 Special

New York - On September 21, country singer Kip Moore performed at Hackensack Meridian Health Stage 17 for the country station NASH FM 94.7 in New York.

Review: Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda powerful on 'Post Traumatic' album Special

Mike Shinoda, the co-lead singer of Linkin Park, has released his deeply personal album "Post Traumatic" via his record label Warner Bros. Records.

Q&A: Digital dentistry becomes the new standard Special

As digital dentistry becomes the new standard, dental practitioners are rushing to adopt 3D printing technologies and transition away from traditional dentistry. Gideon Balloch, Dental Product Lead at Formlabs explains more.

Scientists identify earliest known animal in geological record

For decades, researchers have tried to figure out what a fossil known as Dickinsonia really was. The question had become the "Holy Grail of paleontology." Now, scientists have identified it as the earliest known animal in the geological record.

Fate of Vogtle power plant expansion could be decided Monday

Atlanta - The federal government is warning the owners of the troubled Vogtle nuclear power plant in Georgia that any move to cancel a planned expansion would lead to demands for quick repayment of nearly $6 billion in federal loans.

Live from Idlib, an American broadcasts from Syria's last rebel zone

Beirut - Pointing to a green screen as if presenting a weather forecast, Bilal Abdul Kareem analyses the Turkish-Russian deal over Syria's Idlib, broadcasting in his native English from inside the war-torn country's last rebel stronghold.

Women foreign ministers promise fresh perspective

Montr - Female foreign ministers meeting for the first summit of its kind vowed Saturday to bring a "women's perspective" to foreign policy.

UK Labour hopes to paper over Brexit splits for united front

London - Britain's Labour Party kicks off its annual conference on Sunday hoping to prove it is ready to unseat the embattled Conservative government despite its own splits on Brexit and rows over anti-Semitism.

One year on, far right has transformed German politics

Berlin - A year after surging into parliament, lawmakers from the far-right AfD party have upended the normally staid world of German politics, with provocations and insults now the order of the day in the venerable Bundestag.
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