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Bitcoin struggles up to $9,000 again only to fall back

Sunday a week ago, March 18, the price of bitcoin (BTC) sunk below $7,500 but on March 24th the price rose very briefly to just over $9,000 but the price quickly dropped below 9,000 today.

Review: PAW Patrol Live brings TV series to life at Madison Square Garden Special

New York - On March 23, Digital Journal was afforded the privilege to see "PAW Patrol Live! The Great Pirate Adventure" at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Pacific US military outpost eyes shifting strategic seas

- Life on Wake Island seems, much of the time, rather sedate.The blank "Flight Movement" board at this tiny airfield in the middle of the Pacific promises zero flights, and no movement.

Google's 'Waterfront Toronto' project fields privacy concerns

Toronto - Ever since a Google-affiliated company announced last year that it would be building a "smart city" on the Toronto waterfront, rumors have been swirling over what kind of tech developers were wanting to push.

Elon Musk deletes company pages from Facebook over challenge

Facebook pages of Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX and electric carmaker Tesla Inc disappeared on Friday, minutes after the Silicon Valley billionaire promised on Twitter to take down the pages when challenged by users.

'Never Again': student-led US gun protests draw huge crowds

Washington - More than a million Americans flooded the streets of cities nationwide for emotional protests demanding tighter gun control on Saturday, marches spearheaded by teenagers from a Florida high school where 17 people were shot dead last month.

Syrians in Kurd-held city fear Turkey, bet on US

Sham - In Syria's Kurdish-controlled Manbij, salesmen shout as customers bustle through the city's packed marketplace -- an everyday scene that masks residents' deep fears of a Turkish attack.

Turkmenistan parliamentary vote spotlights president's son

Ashgabat - Voting was underway in Turkmenistan Sunday in a parliamentary election which could indicate a path towards hereditary succession in the authoritarian, gas-rich former Soviet state.

James DuMont discusses 'Timeless' and 'Stranger Things 2' Special

Veteran actor James DuMont chatted with Digital Journal about the TV series "Timeless" and Netflix's "Stranger Things 2." He also discussed the digital transformation of the entertainment scene.

Yemen's lifeline Hodeida port stifled under 'de facto' blockade

Dubai - Yemen's rebel-held port of Hodeida, a lifeline for a war-battered country dependent on food imports, remains "a wasteland" three months after a Saudi-led coalition said it lifted a blockade.

UK's Johnson slams claims Brexit campaign broke spending rules

London - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a leading campaigner for Brexit, dismissed as "ludicrous" Saturday allegations that his side broke electoral spending rules during the 2016 EU referendum campaign.

Making drinking water safer with new graphene filter

Australian researchers have developed a new filter that can remove organic matter from water intended to be of drinking water quality. In trials, 99 percent of the impurities can be removed through the filter process.

The victims of France's jihadist shooting spree

Tr - Along with a heroic police officer who offered himself as a hostage, the victims of the jihadist shooting spree in France were a butcher and two pensioners.

California utility will cut power during extreme fire danger

Sacramento - On Thursday, California's Pacific Gas & Electric Company announced it will start switching off power to minimize sparks in vulnerable areas during times of extreme fire danger as part of its new comprehensive Community Wildfire Safety Program.

IoT expansion could pose greater utilities threat

According to a new assessment, the adoption of Internet of Things technology raises the prospect of new and more imaginative cybersecurity threats, especially for utilities companies.

Jose Antonio Abreu, noted Venezuelan musician, dies aged 78

Caracas - Jose Antonio Abreu, a musician, politician and economist who created a network of more than 1,500 orchestras and choirs for young people in Venezuela, died on Saturday at age 78.

Arnaud Beltrame, French cop who 'died a hero'

Carcassonne - The heroic French policeman who died Saturday after offering himself as a hostage in a jihadist siege at a supermarket was an elite officer who had been decorated for his bravery in Iraq.

Canadian government spends $25 million for agricultural cleantech

Ottawa - The Trudeau government will dedicate $25 million over three years to aid the agricultural sector to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the adoption of green technology.

Martin Luther King Jr's granddaughter appeals for 'gun-free world'

Washington - The nine-year-old granddaughter of Martin Luther King Jr. made a rousing appearance at a huge protest for gun control in Washington on Saturday, saying that like the slain civil rights leader she too has a dream -- "a gun-free world.

Legal challenges threaten Sierra Leone presidential vote

Freetown - Sierra Leone is due to go the polls on Tuesday to pick a new president, but a court case could delay the vote following a campaign marked by violence and ethnic divisions.The West African nation's 3.
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