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Review: Sarah Brightman and Yoshiki charm on 'Miracle'

Best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman and Japanese composer Yoshiki delight on "Miracle," which is featured on her new album "Hymn."

Swiss actor Bruno Ganz, who played Hitler, dies at 77

Geneva - Bruno Ganz, the Swiss actor who gave masterful performances as Adolf Hitler in "Downfall" and an angel seeking mortality in divided Berlin, died Saturday aged 77, his agent said.

Review: Billy Joel and Mike DelGuidice rock Led Zeppelin at The Garden Special

New York - On February 14, Billy Joel headlined Madison Square Garden in New York, as part of his monthly residency, for a sold-out crowd.

Trump-era US Europe rift wide open at Munich security talks

Munich - The United States and European powers voiced sharply differing views on issues from Mideast security to trade Saturday, laying bare a deep trans-Atlantic rift in the era of President Donald Trump.

Carmen Reece talks about new music, inspirations and Chris Brown Special

British singer-songwriter Carmen Reece chatted with Digital Journal about her music career, her songs "Say It" and "Friday," as well as the impact of technology on the business. She also revealed two of her dream duet choices.

India mourns dead soldiers amid calls for revenge

New Delhi - Thousands of mourners across India attended funerals on Saturday for some of the 41 soldiers killed in a suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir as a round-the-clock curfew remained in force in part of the restive region.

Iranians cry 'revenge' at funeral of suicide bomb victims

Isfahan - Tens of thousands of Iranians called for "revenge" Saturday at the funeral of 27 Revolutionary Guards killed in a suicide attack perpetrated by jihadists that Tehran accuses Pakistan of supporting.

Merkel says US calling European cars a threat is 'frightening'

Munich - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday labelled as "frightening" tough US trade rhetoric planning to declare European car imports a national security threat."If these cars...

India's newly launched fast train hits cattle hurdle

New Delhi - India's first semi-high speed train broke down Saturday after colliding with a cow on the tracks, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new passenger service.

SpaceX protests NASA launch contract — Lucy mission on hold

SpaceX has filed a protest over the award of a launch contract to United Launch Alliance (ULA) for a NASA planetary science mission, claiming it could carry out the mission for significantly less money.

Disarmament efforts must include China as well as US, Russia: Merkel

Munich - China must be involved in international disarmament efforts, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday, amid rising concern about Beijing's missile arsenal and the suspension of a key US-Russia arms treaty.

Pence urges EU to recognise Guaido as Venezuela president

Munich - US Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday called on the European Union to recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as the president of Venezuela.

Vatican defrocks former US cardinal for sex abuse of minor

Vatican City - Pope Francis has defrocked a former cardinal in a first for the Roman Catholic church over accusations American Theodore McCarrick sexually abused a teenager 50 years ago, a Vatican statement said Saturday.

Many Twitter direct messages that are deleted still exist

According to security researcher Karan Saini Twitter retains direct messages for years even though they have been deleted by you and others, and even from accounts that have been deactivated and suspended.

Review: Don't Believe In Ghosts rocks on new single 'Don't Wake Me Up' Special

Rock group Don't Believe in Ghosts has released their brand new single "Don't Wake Me Up." Digital Journal has the scoop.

North Koreans pay tribute to Kim's father in freezing cold

Pyongyang - The Day of the Shining Star dawned bitterly cold in Pyongyang. But thousands of North Koreans lined up in temperatures of minus 8 degrees Celsius on Saturday to pay their respects to late leader Kim Jong Il on his birthday.

Tunisian workers kidnapped in Libya

Tunis - Militiamen have kidnapped a group of Tunisian workers near the Libyan capital Tripoli, demanding Tunis release a comrade, the foreign ministry and a rights activist said."The foreign ministry is following the case of the Tunisian citizens...

US pullout from Syria risks boosting Russia, Iran influence: Merkel

Munich - German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Saturday that Washington's plan to swiftly pull its soldiers out of Syria risks allowing Russia and Iran to boost their role in the region.

India, Pakistan in UN court for death row 'spy' case

Den Haag - India will ask the UN's top court Monday to order Pakistan to take an alleged Indian spy off death row, in a case that could stoke fresh tensions after a deadly attack in Kashmir.

Erdogan offers seminary exchange for Greek mosque minarets

Ankara - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday suggested the mosque in Athens should open with minarets if the Greek premier wants to reopen a seminary in Istanbul.
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