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Migrants here to stay in Europe, now integrate them, OECD says

Paris - The peak of the migrant crisis in Europe has passed but many of those who came are here to stay and governments must focus on helping them integrate, the OECD said Thursday.

Football, showbiz stars set for Messi's wedding

Rosario - Football and showbiz stars gather in northern Argentina on Friday for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo.

Jeff Timmons and Men of the Strip to perform at Hard Rock Cafe

Las Vegas - On July 14, Jeff Timmons (founding member of the pop group 98 Degrees) and his male revue, Men of the Strip, will be performing at Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip.

Spreading wildfire in Arizona forces evacuation of thousands

Firefighters in Southern Arizona are struggling today with a fast-moving wildfire that has already burned over 21,000 acres. Called the Goodwin Fire, it has forced the evacuation of thousands of residents.

Syrian Kurds will not be required to return US weapons for now

Jim Mattis, US Secretary of Defense, said that the US will continue to provide weapons to Kurdish fighters in Syria even after the Islamic State has been ousted from its last main stronghold in Syria Raqqa.

Are smartphones making us more stupid?

Chicago - Smartphones and other connected devices are delivering an array of useful functions and life-enhancing benefits. But is there a cost? Is our ‘over reliance’ on these computers coming at a cost of cognitive decline?

Inmarsat launch will boost in-flight WiFi

London - Inmarsat's European short-haul WiFi satellite launched this week on-board a spacecraft. The aim is to boost in-flight WiFi and address what many travelers see as a poor service.

NATO agrees Afghanistan troop boost but no combat role

Brussels - NATO will increase troop numbers in Afghanistan to help train local forces facing a resurgent Taliban but will not return to a combat role, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday.

Alzheimer's disease: Brain health linked to physical activity

Those considered at risk from Alzheimer's disease, and perform moderate-intensity physical activity, appear more likely to have a glucose metabolism in their brain. Such a pattern is associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer's development.

Collective Soul talks New York summer shows, advice for musicians Special

Wantagh - Dean Roland, the rhythm guitar player from the alternative rock band Collective Soul, chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming shows in New York.

'Real progress' on crucial security issue at Cyprus talks: UN

Montana - Peace talks aimed at resolving the decades-old Cyprus conflict have made "real progress", the UN's political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman said, as the island's rival leaders resumed negotiations on Thursday.

Russia says new British carrier 'convenient target'

Moscow - Russia on Thursday mocked Britain's brand new HMS Elizabeth II aircraft carrier, saying it was above all a "convenient target" for Moscow's forces.

Iraqi rescuers in perilous search for Mosul missing

Mosul - With snipers lurking on rooftops and bombs hidden in the rubble, rescue workers are risking their lives in a desperate search for civilians buried during the battle for Iraq's Mosul.

Jerry Lee Lewis celebrates 60 years of hits in the music industry

In 2017, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jerry Lee Lewis has celebrated 60 years of hits in the music industry, and he continues to tour the world today.

Review: Sheryl Crow fabulous at the Beacon Theatre in New York Special

New York - On June 28, Grammy-winning songstress Sheryl Crow headlined the iconic Beacon Theatre in New York City, as part of her "Be Myself Tour," for a great turnout.

NASA's 'OMG Mission' - Greenland's glaciers are melting fast

Due to climate change, glaciers in Greenland are melting faster than previously thought. A new video released today by NASA shows how the agency is keeping track of the magnitude of the changes occurring in the Arctic, now being measured in feet per day.

Merkel seeks united European front before stormy G20

Berlin - German Chancellor Angela Merkel huddles with western European allies Thursday to draw up a battle strategy a week before she hosts what is expected to be the most fractious G20 summit in years.

Sony to start spinning vinyl after 30-year hiatus

Toukyo - Three decades after it abandoned vinyl production, Sony says it will start making records again on the back of surging demand for the retro music format.

India's Modi condemns killings in name of cow worship

New Delhi - India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday condemned murder in the name of protecting cows, which are worshipped by the country's majority Hindus, after a string of killings targeting Muslims and other minorities.

Chinese Navy launches most advanced homegrown destroyer

Beijing - China on Wednesday launched a new type of domestically built guided missile destroyer in its bid to modernize its military.
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