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Archaeologists unearth lost town from Aksumite Empire

Despite their prominent place in the ancient world, much of the story of the Aksumite civilization is still a mystery to archaeologists today. This partly explains why the discovery of the town of Beta Samati is so important.

Pompeo insists Trump raised election meddlng with Russia

Washington - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted Wednesday that President Donald Trump issued a warning on election meddling to Russia's foreign minister, who said the topic never came up.

Army to fund rare earths for first time since Manhattan Project

The U.S. Army plans to fund construction of rare earths processing facilities, part of an urgent push by Washington to secure a domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons and electronics, according to documents seen by Reuters.

Scientists to harness the sun to break down plastic

Fpo - Scientists said Wednesday they have come up with an environmentally-friendly method that uses artificial sunlight to transform plastic into power-generating chemicals, as countries worldwide battle to reduce waste.

Kimmy Shields talks about 'Insatiable' on Netflix, Hugh Jackman Special

Actress Kimmy Shields chatted with Digital Journal about "Insatiable" on Netflix and about being an actress in the digital age. She also shared her dream male acting partner choices.

Mark Szaranek talks Cali Condors, ISL, offers advice for swimmers Special

Scottish swimmer Mark Szaranek chatted with Digital Journal about being a part of the Cali Condors of the International Swimming League (ISL) and the upcoming finale in Las Vegas.

Trump pays $2 mn in damages to charities after court ruling

Washington - Donald Trump on Tuesday paid $2 million in damages as part of a settlement over use of his former charity to further his political and business interests -- the latest item on the US president's list of legal woes.

Gay altarpiece of original sin makes waves in Sweden

Malm - Two Eves on one side of the tree, two Adams on the other, each couple openly flirting: a Swedish diocese said Wednesday it would remove a gay depiction of original sin that hung briefly as an altarpiece.

Op-Ed: US to send 20,000 troops and much equipment to European war games

Next year, the US army will undertake its largest deployment in Europe in 25 years. 20,000 US troops plus 13,000 pieces of equipment will be deployed across Europe to take part in war games beginning in May and through June.

'Terrible time' as New Zealand volcano toll climbs

Whakatane - The official death toll from New Zealand's White Island volcano disaster rose to eight Thursday, as fears of another eruption continued to frustrate efforts to recover bodies from the smouldering island.

Review: Sting delights at The Concert for the Rainforest Fund in New York Special

On December 9, global music star Sting performed at New York's Beacon Theatre as part of The Concert for the Rainforest Fund.

71 killed in Niger military camp: defence ministry

Niamey - Hundreds of jihadists attacked a Niger military camp near the border with Mali with shelling and mortars, killing 71 soldiers, the defence ministry said Wednesday.

Painting of naked Zapata stirs uproar in Mexico

Mexico - A controversial painting of Mexican revolutionary leader Emiliano Zapata has pitted his family and supporters against the work's artist and the LGBT community in a contentious dispute that erupted in heated protests Tuesday.

Trump administration fears calling Saudi attacker a terrorist

The Trump Administration still refuses to label Mohammed Alshamrani, who killed 3 people on Friday in Penascola Florida a terrorist, even though he appears to have posted a manifesto on Twitter that showed a clear ideological motivation.

LogRhythm's 2020 technology predictions Special

How can bias inherent within artificial intelligence be overcome? How can biometric data be properly controlled? Will ransomware threats continue to plague businesses? These are among the key businesses tech trends for 2020.

Dan Rather to interview Doug Gray of The Marshall Tucker Band

Doug Gray of the acclaimed southern rock group, The Marshall Tucker Band, will be interviewed by Dan Rather in "The Big Interview with Dan Rather."

Jack Nathan Harding talks 'Cowboys and Tattoos' album, new single Special

Country artist Jack Nathan Harding chatted with Digital Journal about his new album "Cowboys and Tattoos," and his latest single "You're the Best Man."

Australians protest as bushfire haze sparks health fears

Sydney - Up to 20,000 protesters rallied in Sydney on Wednesday demanding urgent climate action from Australia's government, as bushfire smoke choking the city caused health problems to spike.

Chile extends search zone for missing plane

Punta Arenas - The Chilean government on Wednesday widened the search for an Air Force plane with 38 people aboard that went missing off the southern tip of South America.

First commercial electric plane takes flight in Canada

Vancouver - The world's first fully electric commercial aircraft took its inaugural test flight on Tuesday, taking off from the Canadian city of Vancouver and offering hope that airlines may one day end their polluting emissions.
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