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Troops loyal to GNA suffer casualties during Sirte offensive

Surt - Forces loyal to the UN-brokered Libyan Government of National Accord the Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos (Solid Structure) continue their progress against the remaining fighters of the Islamic State (IS) surrounded in a small area at the center of the city of Sirte.

EU extends Russia sanctions to January 2017

Brussels - The European Union on Friday formally extended damaging economic sanctions against Russia by six months due to a lack of progress in resolving the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

Man says he invented the iPhone 20 years ago, sues Apple for $10b

A man has filed a lawsuit against Apple alleging the company's iPhone, iPad and iPod products infringe on his designs for an "Electronic Reading Device" created over 20 years ago. He is seeking over $10 billion in damages from the company.

Op-Ed: Thank God discriminatory TWU law school denied accreditation

Our society has yet to provide an environment for each and every citizen that's free from discrimination. But we are getting closer to it and a ruling yesterday from the Ontario Court of Appeals indicates just that.

'Self-driving' car driver dies in crash in Florida — First in US

Federal officials announced on Thursday the first death in the U.S. using self-driving technology occurred in May in Florida when the driver of a Tesla S sports car operating the car's automated driving system died after a collision with a truck.

Organiser of Ankara suicide attack killed: Turkish official

Ankara - An organiser of a deadly suicide attack in Ankara in February that left at least 28 people dead has been killed in counter-terror operations in Kurdish-majority southeast Turkey, a Turkish official said on Friday.

DR Congo risks 'even worse crisis' over Kabila uncertainty

Kinshasa - Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Moise Katumbi warned President Joseph Kabila risked plunging the country into an "even worse crisis" by letting doubt linger over when he will step down.

Lagos shuts churches, mosques over noise

Lagos - Authorities in Nigeria's commercial hub of Lagos have shut down dozens of churches, mosques and hotels in a bid cut noise pollution, officials said Thursday.

Palestinian tries to stab Israeli in West Bank, shot dead: police

Jerusalem - A Palestinian woman attempted to stab an Israeli guard at a flashpoint West Bank shrine on Friday and was shot dead, Israeli police said, the third violent incident in two days.

Gene editing could rid you of herpes

Most people carry the herpes virus, although only a few suffer with recurrent cold sores. Advances in gene editing pose the promise of getting rid of the virus for good.

Review: LeAnn Rimes mesmerizes The Paramount with magnificent vocals Special

Huntington - On June 29, Grammy-winning country star LeAnn Rimes performed at The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island with Shotgun Wedding as her opening act.

Alberta NDP government to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

Edmonton - The Alberta provincial New Democratic Government (NDP) led by Rachel Notley is following through on a promise made during last year's election campaign that the minimum wage in Alberta would be raised to $15 dollars an hour.

Rosetta comet set to crash-land

The European Space Agency has announced the countdown to the end of the Rosetta Comet space probe. The probe will be crash-landed on Comet 67P on Friday September 30, 2016.

What does Google really know about us?

Google has launched a new site called "My Activity." The website reveals absolutely everything Google knows about its users.

Op-Ed: Florida's Treasure Coast choking on blue-green algae blooms

Palm Beach - Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in Martin and St. Lucie counties on Wednesday after beaches and waterways became clogged with a thick, guacamole-like blue-green algae.

Taiwan mistakenly fires missile towards China, hitting trawler

Taipei - A Taiwanese warship mistakenly launched a supersonic "aircraft carrier killer" missile towards China on Friday, hitting a fishing boat and killing one person, the navy said, as ties between the island and its once bitter rival deteriorate.

Interview: LeAnn Rimes talks upcoming concerts, Paramount, new CD Special

Grammy winner LeAnn Rimes chatted with Digital Journal about her upcoming concerts, new record label and forthcoming album.

First amphibious centipede species found, and it's horrible

London - Just when we thought it was safe to go back in the water, someone has discovered a freshwater creature we should be worried about encountering. It's a venomous centipede that is as much at home in the water as it is on land.

HP's newest laptop lasts for almost 13 hours, runs Chrome OS

HP has expanded its range of ultra-portable cloud-based Chromebooks with a new laptop capable of lasting for up to 12.5 hours on a single charge. The HP Chromebook 11-inch G5 is indicative of the growing popularity of Google's Chrome OS.

At least 70 killed in north of Syria's Aleppo: Monitor

Birut - At least 70 regime and rebel fighters have been killed in 24 hours in a government assault and a jihadist-led counterattack in northern Syria, a monitor said Thursday.
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