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Op-Ed: What a KO win against Jeff Horn will do for Pacquiao's career

A knockout win for Manny Pacquiao against Jeff Horn on Saturday night would finally end his eight-year KO holiday and ultimately it will give his dwindling career a badly needed shot in the arm.

Two lions, rescued from circuses, are poached in South Africa

Two lions who were rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru last year and transported to South African wild have been killed by poachers in Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary.

Pentatonix's Avi Kaplan talks 'Sage and Stone' EP, future plans Special

Grammy winner Avi Kaplan chatted with Digital Journal about his new venture Avriel & the Sequoias and his latest "Sage and Stone" EP.

In Greek port, migrants play cat and mouse with police

Patras - Khalid, a 13-year-old from Afghanistan, spends his days in squalor repeatedly trying to scale a metal fence separating him from the better life he dreams about at night.

Country producer Brent Rowan talks Joe Nichols, 'Never Gets Old' Special

Veteran country musician and producer Brent Rowan chatted with Digital Journal about working with Joe Nichols on his new album "Never Gets Old."

Turning air into water and CO2 into fuel — Two global challenges

The World Economic Forum's annual list of emerging technologies were selected for their potential to solve the many critical global challenges we are facing today, including techniques that convert air into water and CO2 into fuel.

Google wants to teach children about the world using Earth

The new version of Google Earth is being updated with a set of extra Voyager tours aimed specifically at educational use. They have been created in partnership with several media and conservation firms and are designed to let children explore the world.

Nick Tangorra talks Jones Beach show, The Paramount, future Special

Pop sensation Nick Tangorra chatted with me about his 2017 show at the BLI Summer Jam at Jones Beach, his benefit show at The Paramount, and plans for the rest of the year.

Hong Kong in Beijing's shadow 20 years after handover

Hong Kong - When Xi Jinping lands in Hong Kong on Thursday for the first time since becoming China's president, he will step into a deeply divided city uncertain of its future.

Op-Ed: South Korean President and Trump may clash on policies

This week the new South Korean President Moon Jae-In will visit the United States and have his first meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump. Moon's policies towards North Korea are less aggressive than those of the U.S.

How lack of sleep fuels marital stress

Lack of sleep carries many social ills, from grumpiness to relationship issues. It can also lead to something else more serious: stress-related inflammation.

Frenchwoman on trial for helping migrant lover smuggle into Britain

Lille - A former supporter of France's anti-immigration National Front (FN) goes on trial Tuesday for helping her Iranian migrant lover smuggle across the Channel to Britain.

Bromance as Trump and Modi hail friendship at first talks

Washington - US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embraced each other as friends and partners Monday, pledging their quest for economic growth would strengthen rather than undermine ties between the world's two largest democracies.

Ryan Day wins snooker Riga Masters Special

Riga - Wales' Ryan Day won the first snooker tournament of the new season by beating Scotland's Stephen Maguire in the short-sprint final, by five frames to two.

Review: Jeff Lynne's ELO headline Wembley Stadium 'for one night only' Special

Award-winning, singer, songwriter, musician, producer and bandleader Jeff Lynne brought his current incarnation of the Electric Light Orchestra to Wembley Stadium, the home of English football, treating the crowd to all the hits and more.

Bloodied at Chinese fight club for $75

Chengdu - Every Friday night, fighters trade blows in a ring in the dimly lit Monster Club in southwest China, competing for a $75 payday as a crowd cheer them on.

Op-Ed: Unrest may follow upon bribery charges against Brazil's president

Brazil's chief prosecutor delivered the charges to a Supreme Court judge. The judge must decide if the case can be sent to the lower house of the Brazilian parliament.

Nouvelle Cuisine stalwart Alain Senderens dies: critic

Paris - Leading French chef Alain Senderens, one of the founders of the Nouvelle Cuisine movement, has died aged 77, food critic Gilles Pudlowski told AFP on Monday."He was one of the last great creators of Paris.

Brazil's president charged with corruption

Bras - Brazil's top prosecutor charged President Michel Temer with bribery on Monday, plunging Latin America's biggest country into what could be prolonged new political turmoil.

Record heat to end in Southwest as wildfire threat ramps up

The southwestern United States will finally get a break this week from the record-breaking heat wave that left 16 million residents under heat advisories. However, the dry conditions and wildfire threat will not subside.
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