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Classified mission has helicopters flying over Washington area

Washington - The US Army is carrying out a classified mission that involves Black Hawk and other helicopters flying over the Washington DC area.

Meet Colin Blunstone of The Zombies: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Special

New York - Colin Blunstone, the lead singer of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band The Zombies, chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming North American Tour with Brian Wilson.

Two teen suspects sought in Canada murders of US-Australian couple

Montr - Canadian police on Tuesday named two suspects wanted in connection with three murders, including the killings of an American woman and Australian man whose bodies were found in rural British Columbia.

Sudan murals commemorate protest 'martyrs'

Khartoum - Sudanese protester Walid Abdelrahim was shot dead last month in Khartoum but for his mother he is still alive -- thanks to a colourful mural of his smiling face on a wall of their home.

Op-Ed: Trump now claims he would be 'OK' with an Iran war if it happens

Trump often changes positions on issues quickly. His most recent change is on Iran. He has said several times that he does not want war with Iran. However, on Monday he has said that things could go either way that there may or may not be war with Iran.

Ford F-150 prototype electric pickup pulls a million pound train

The Ford F-150, America's best-selling pickup, is going electric. On Tuesday, Ford released a video showing a prototype of the all-electric version of the F-150 pickup pulling a one-million-pound train.

Vancouver police shutdown two illicit cannabis-oil labs

Vancouver - Vancouver, B.C. police, with the assistance of a hazmat team, shut down a multimillion-dollar illegal cannabis-oil operation when they executed search warrants and dismantled two labs in an industrial area near Oak Street and Marine Drive.

Israel fires missiles into south Syria: state media

Beirut - An Israeli missile attack targeted Syrian military positions held by the government and its allies early on Wednesday, Syria's state news agency said.

B.C.'s forestry industry is shrinking, leaving economy at risk

The B.C. lumber industry has its plate full — grappling with tough market conditions, a diminished domestic timber supply, U.S. softwood import tariffs and what many perceive as a lack of support from the provincial government.

Harber talks new single 'Savior,' digital age of electronic music Special

Rising electronic producer and DJ Harber chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "Savior," his plans for the future and being an electronic artist in the digital age.

Meet Chris Van Etten: 'General Hospital' actor, U.S. Marine vet Special

U.S. Marine veteran and actor Chris Van Etten chatted with Digital Journal about "General Hospital," the short film "Walk" and he offered advice to other veterans dealing with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Review: Lilly King wins gold for Team USA in the 100 meter breaststroke Special

Gwangju - On July 23, American swimmer Lilly King has a major reason to celebrate. She won the gold medal for Team USA in the women's 100 meter breaststroke final.

The 'American Dream' of many migrants becoming a Mexican one

Tapachula - Honduran Rolando Rodrigo arrived last week in the Mexican city of Tapachula with his family, just one stop on the long route to the United States and the dream of a new life free from the poverty and gang violence that wracks their homeland.

Meet Jimmy Feigen: Olympic gold and silver medalist swimmer Special

Two-time Olympic medalist swimmer Jimmy Feigen chatted with Digital Journal about being a part of the Breakout Swim Clinic and offered his advice to young and aspiring swimmers. He also discussed how technology has changed the sport of swimming.

Soaring prices, rising anger in Imran Khan's Pakistan

Karachi - Nearly one year after the election that brought Imran Khan to power in Pakistan, the cricket-hero-turned-prime-minister faces growing anger as he chases an elusive target: how to right the South Asian nation's teetering economy.

Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to the brains'

Washington - Brain scans of about 40 US diplomats injured in mysterious circumstances in Cuba reveal visible differences compared to those in a control group, researchers who analyzed them said Tuesday.

Who blinks first? Boris Johnson's risky Brexit bet

London - Britain's incoming prime minister Boris Johnson has bet big on a risky Brexit strategy that he hopes will take the UK out of the EU on favourable terms.

Fury in India as Trump claims Modi asked for Kashmir mediation

New Delhi - India's foreign minister issued a strenuous denial to an infuriated opposition in parliament on Tuesday, after US President Donald Trump said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited him to mediate in the bloody conflict with Pakistan over Kashmir.

Op-Ed: Pat Benatar deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Pat Benatar is one of the most overdue women, if not the most overdue, for induction into the coveted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Lima Group: Venezuela crisis threatens 'international security'

Buenos Aires - The Lima Group on Tuesday said Venezuela's political crisis threatened regional peace and international security, and urged the global community to make a "huge effort to re-establish" democracy in the South American country.
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