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Jeannie Seely to serve as on-air personality on SiriusXM

Jeannie Seely has a major reason to be proud. The country veteran star will serve as an on air personality on Willie Nelson's exclusive classic country channel on SiriusXM.

Op-Ed: Yulia Skripal 'interview' answers few questions

London - Yulia Skripal, the daughter of Sergei Skripal an ex-double agent, says that both were lucky to have survived an assassination attack on March 4th in Salisbury in the United Kingdom. She said that she hopes to eventually return home to Russia.

Liverpool hoping experience not everything in final against Real

Kiev - Liverpool will attempt to end Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid's recent dominance in the Champions League when the sides meet in Saturday's final in Kiev, with Reds manager Jurgen Klopp insisting experience is not everything.

Op-Ed: Major deal — Let's not get too damn cute about GDPR consents

Brussels - GDPR, or the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, has already hit the world’s big players with lawsuits against them, filed by an Austrian privacy activist called Max Schrems.

Greg Vaughan opens up about Emmy win for 'Days of Our Lives' Special

Acclaimed actor Greg Vaughan chatted with Digital Journal about his 2018 Emmy win for "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series," for playing Eric Brady on the hit NBC daytime drama series "Days of Our Lives."

Taiwan diplomacy harder than ever in US-China tug of war

Taipei - Diplomacy has never been easy for Taiwan and is becoming ever more complex as it is caught between the United States under an unpredictable leader and an increasingly assertive China, which claims the self-ruling island as its own.

Op-Ed: Tropical systems and lava flow as seen by our 'eyes in the sky'

Hundreds of satellites are orbiting the Earth in either polar or geostationary positions. And while we know there are military and telecommunication satellites, perhaps the most important ones are the satellites that monitor the weather and environment.

In an Iraqi village, a little girl hides skin disease from neighbours

- Four-year-old Iraqi girl Haura should be enjoying her childhood -- games in the street, tearing in and out of friends' homes and small squabbles over toys.

Samsung to open artificial intelligence centre in Toronto

Toronto - Samsung Research America has declared it will open a state-of-the-art artificial intelligence center in Toronto. This forms part of a new venture to tap into and contribute to the flourishing artificial intelligence industry.

Using blockchain to improve global health: Interview Special

A new startup called Nano Vision, wants to usher in a new era of outcomes in global health by removing borders to make important data accessible to all. The aim is to achieve this with blockchain.

Canaan Smith signs with music publishing house Tree Vibez Music

Chart-topping country artist Canaan Smith has just signed with Tree Vibez Music, the trailblazing music publishing house.

Apple has a patent for smarter replies to declined calls

The patent — filed in October last year — pertains to "intelligent declining of an incoming call," where Siri will help you help the person on the other end of the line understand why you can't talk right now.

Ireland tipped to repeal abortion ban by a landslide

Dublin - Traditionally Catholic Ireland looks set to "make history" by liberalising some of the strictest abortion laws in Europe, the Prime Minister said, as votes in the hard-fought referendum were counted Saturday.

ExxonMobil to reduce methane emissions 15 percent by 2020

ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, on Wednesday announced plans to achieve a 15 percent reduction in methane emissions from its operations by 2020,

Colombia to become first Latin American NATO 'global partner'

Apo - Colombia will next week formally become NATO's first Latin American "global partner," President Juan Manuel Santos announced Friday.

Oldest startup in photography crowdfunds digital content agency

London - 1854 Media, the publisher of British Journal of Photography and owner of the 'oldest startup in photography', is crowdfunding its new visual content agency for the digital age.

Canada hunts two suspects in restaurant blast that left 15 hurt

Ottawa - Police in Canada on Friday hunted for two men believed to have detonated explosives at an Indian restaurant near Toronto, wounding 15 people, but police said there was no indication the blast was an act of terror.

Colombia nabs Escobar hitman 'Popeye'

Apo - Police in Colombia said Friday they have recaptured one of late drug lord Pablo Escobar's top hitmen, Jhon Jairo Velasquez -- alias "Popeye" -- who was wanted for extortion.

Nearly 1,500 migrants rescued in Mediterranean in two days

Rome - Around 1,500 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean on Thursday and Friday in operations involving the Italian navy and ships chartered by NGOs and the EU border agency Frontex, the Italian coastguard said.

15 hurt in blast at Indian restaurant in Canada

Ottawa - Canadian police on Friday hunted two men after a blast at an Indian restaurant near Toronto injured 15 people, including three dual Indian-Canadian nationals, but police said there were no initial signs of terrorism.
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