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Brazilians protest corruption, target president's ally

Rio De Janeiro - Brazilians marched in cities across the country Sunday, protesting against corrupt politicians and fears that Congress will try to scupper a huge anti-graft probe.

Victory at Standing Rock — Army won't grant easement to DAPL

The Department of the Army's Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced Sunday afternoon they will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.

American Idol winner Lee DeWyze discusses NY show, 'Weight' Special

American Idol winner Lee DeWyze chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York, as well as his song "Weight."

Fierce fighting in Syria's Aleppo as army advances

Aleppo - Fierce fighting shook east Aleppo on Sunday as Syrian government forces pressed an assault that has seen them retake control of more than half of the former rebel stronghold.

Secret weddings and phone calls in Mosul under IS

- To celebrate her wedding in Mosul, Shaimaa covered herself in black to hide her dress and make-up from the jihadists on her way to the groom's house.

Google Translate invents its own language

Google Translate has just got a whole lot smarter. The artificial intelligence platform has begun using a neural network to translate between different languages, and to do so it has invented its own language.

Renzi facing exit as polls point to Italy referendum defeat

Rome - Matteo Renzi's time as Italy's prime minister appeared to be over Sunday as exit polls indicated voters had overwhelmingly rejected constitutional reform proposals on which he had staked his future.

In Madrid, the homeless dine out... for free

Madrid - It is early evening at a restaurant in central Madrid and Jose Silva sits down for a meal of rice, meatballs and vegetables as waiters flit from one table to another. All very normal, except for one crucial detail: Silva, 42, cannot afford to pay.

Rare fog and smog strands over 20,000 passengers at China airport

Chengdu - About 20,000 passengers were stranded Sunday at an airport in Chengdu, China as flights were grounded because of heavy smog and a thick fog that left the city in a dark haze.

Researchers — Humans have been polluting rivers for 7,000 years

Human -caused environmental pollution is usually associated with the start of the modern Industrial era, but researchers looking for evidence of when humans first began using metal tools may have found the world's first polluted river.

The answer to why the surface of ice is wet

A mystery of why ice is wet has been solved. Physicists have long been puzzled why, and the answer has come via an advanced optical microscope.

Italy's Renzi quits after crushing referendum defeat

Rome - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced his resignation on Monday, hours after learning he had suffered a crushing defeat in a referendum on constitutional reform.

Madonna raises over $7.5 million for Raising Malawi charity

Miami - Madonna raises over $7.5 million for her charity event Raising Malawi on December 2, as part of an "Evening of Music, Art, Mischief."

Op-Ed: Libyan National Army forces threaten to bomb Canadian ship

Benghazi - According to the Libya Observer, the spokesperson for the Libyan National Army (LNA) forces of Field Marshal Khalifa Hafar, Ahmed al-Mismari, said that his forces would bomb a Canadian ship bound for Ganfouda, Benghazi that is carrying humanitarian aid.

Review: Big Shot performs at Mulcahy's, to kick off final month of 2016 Special

Wantagh - On December 3, the Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot performed at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall, where they kicked off the last month of the year.

Review: David Frizzell amazing on new country single 'Mother Mary' Special

Country singer David is back with his charming new single "Mother Mary," which is the quintessential holiday tune for the season.

Relief and anger after bitter Austrian election

Vienna - After an ugly and deeply polarising presidential campaign in normally tranquil Austria, whooping and relief on one side Sunday night was matched by disdain and anger on the other.

Raids kill dozens in Syria's Idlib, army advances in Aleppo

Idlib - Suspected Russian air strikes killed at least 46 people in opposition-held parts of Syria Sunday, a monitor said, as government forces advanced in fierce clashes with rebels in east Aleppo.

No statues for Fidel Castro, but his image is everywhere

Havana - While Cuban President Raul Castro has promised that no monument will be erected in memory of Fidel, his brother's image has been plastered across state media since his death.

California warehouse fire death toll climbs to 33

Oakland - The death toll from a fire at a California warehouse where a rave party was taking place rose to 33 on Sunday, with authorities saying they had no idea how many more bodies they would find.
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