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Surfer Greg Long heads back to the swells for ‘Big Wave Hellmen' Special

For the three-part X-Games series, the championship big wave adventure surfer joined four of his contemporaries in documenting their pursuit of the biggest waves on Planet Earth. The project offered Long a chance to reflect on his life and career.

Staffordshire dog Ziggy shot through head with crossbow bolt

Wansford - A two-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier named Ziggy was found wandering in woodland with a 20-inch crossbow bolt passing through the side of his head, barely missing his skull, left brain and the delicate structures of his orbital cavity.

New York confirms first Ebola case, world rallies

New York - A doctor who recently returned to New York from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tested positive for the deadly virus, the first confirmed case in the city.

Plant science aims to help with world hunger

Three leading scientists have said that basic plant science and its application to agriculture, emphasizing can help to deal with global food demands.

Identity theft: Why you need to worry beyond data breaches

Data breaches are an obvious problem these days, however, these massive exploits aren't all people need to worry about. While all eyes are on the big exploits, often the small-time criminals are also quietly raking in the cash.

China launches first mission to moon and back

Beijing - China launched its first space mission to the moon and back early Friday, authorities said, the latest step forward for Beijing's ambitious programme to one day land a Chinese citizen on the Earth's only natural satellite.

Op-Ed: CIA-linked General Haftar's Libyan coup complete

Tripoli - General Khalifa Haftar often called a "renegade" now has the support of the internationally recognized Libyan government in Tobruk. His coup has been successful.

Mountaintop removal now linked to over 60,000 new cancers

Almost 1.2 million people live in the Appalachia region of the Eastern United States. The region is best known for the mountaintop removal mining (MTR) that is carried out by coal companies to extract the fossil fuel needed to meet our coal demands. .

Notebook found in Antarctica is an unexpected treasure to science Special

Christchurch - While some speculate there might be diamonds in the Kimberlite rock found in some of the mountains of Antarctica, conservation teams at the Antarctic Heritage Trust of New Zealand continue to uncover rare treasures of their own.

The Torrid Zone: A new global dynamic

Cairns - A two-day conference titled “The Future of Tropical Economies,” was recently held in Cairns, Australia and focused on the quality of life for those residing within the Torrid Zone.

IS attack on Syrian border town Kobane stalls amid US air assault

Yildiz - A bid by Islamic State fighters to seize the flashpoint Syrian border town of Kobane has stalled, American officials said, with the help of air strikes reported to have killed over 500 jihadists.

Grace shakes up Mugabe succession battle

Harare - Zimbabwe's ruling party could be heading for a devastating split as bickering between rival factions jostling to succeed ageing ruler Robert Mugabe escalates ahead of a key congress.

Proud Canada hails stalwart Sergeant-at-Arms

Ottawa - As Canada came to terms with finding itself in the firing line of militant Islamists it turned for reassurance to a 58-year-old former Mountie formerly best known for carrying a golden mace.

Love and Theft talks 'Night That You'll Never Forget' tour Special

New York - Eric Gunderson from the country duo Love and Theft chatted about their "Night That You'll Never Forget" tour. Digital Journal has all the information.

Plant grown treatment for pulmonary hypertension

People suffering with pulmonary hypertension have few treatment options. However, a novel therapy, that has been trialled in animals, has the potential to be an effective therapy.

Women, children caught in deadly firefight near Tunis

Tunis - Women and children were caught up in a police siege near the Tunisian capital Friday, with "terrorists" killing one officer in a firefight, ahead of elections that have sparked fears of jihadist attacks.

Op-Ed: 40 Years on, Rumble in the Jungle : A super fight remembered

Toronto - October 30th 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the Rumble in the Jungle. The Ali v Foreman fight in the former Zaire was a momentous event hailed by pundits and neutral observers alike as one of the greatest sporting spectacles of the last century.

Former Hong Kong leader calls for end of democracy protests

Hong Kong - Hong Kong's former leader Friday urged democracy demonstrators to leave the streets calling their protest a "gross violation" as he warned the consequences of continuing the rallies beyond a month were "very serious".

Tobacco company butting out, banning smoking in offices

The second-biggest tobacco company in the U.S. is butting out cigarettes in their buildings. The makers of Camel and Pall Mall cigarettes, Reynolds American Inc., is forbidding employees to smoke in their offices.

Australian doctors transplant 'dead' hearts in surgical breakthrough

Sydney - Australian surgeons said Friday they have used hearts which had stopped beating in successful transplants, in what they said was a world first that could change the way organs are donated.
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