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Milan Melindo eyes unification match against Japanese titlists Special

It's too early to tell who is next for Milan Melindo's next fight but a unification match against one of the three Japanese light flyweight titlists looms after Melindo rejected a fight offer from compatriot Randy Petalcorin.

The Crystal Method talks Tool summer tour, new album, PJ Harvey Special

Grammy-nominated dance innovator Scott Kirkland of The Crystal Method chatted with Digital Journal about his summer tour with Tool and upcoming album.

Putin, Macron to air tough issues at Versailles meet

Paris - France's new President Emmanuel Macron will hold delicate talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday with the two countries harbouring longstanding differences over Ukraine and Syria.

Op-Ed: Egypt bombs Derna in response to attack on Coptic Christians

Darnah - Positions of the Derna Shura Council of Mujahideen in the city were hit by Egyptian warplanes. It was claimed the attacks were in response to the massacre of 28 Coptic Christians in Minya province in Egypt this morning with another 25 wounded.

Pacquiao likely to extend training schedule in Manila

Phl Senator Manny Pacquiao is scheduled to fly to General Santos City after the last session day of the Philippine senate to start the second leg of training for his upcoming fight against Jeff Horn on July 2 at the Suncorp Arena in Brisbane, Australia.

Monitor: U.S. bombing killing more Syrians than Assad air strikes

Recent U.S.-led coalition air strikes have killed the highest number of Syrian civilians since the air campaign against Islamic State militants began — and more civilians than dictator Bashar al-Assad's warplanes last month, a leading monitor reports.

28 killed in militia clashes in Libyan capital Tripoli

Tripoli - According to the Ministry of Health of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) 28 people were killed and another 130 wounded in clashes between militia in Tripoli on Friday.

OPEC and US shale oil producers set to talk

Vienna - After a bruising recent fight, now ended, in which Saudi Arabia pumped more and more oil to drive shale producers out of business, US oil shale bankers came to Vienna this week and top OPEC oil officials are planning a trip to Texas.

World’s largest floating solar plant begins operations in China

China has announced that the World’s largest floating solar farm has finally been completed and connected to the local power grid. The plant, located on a coal mining subsidence area in Eastern China's Anhui province has a capacity of 40 megawatts.

Thirteen dead as Taliban car bomber hits CIA-funded Afghan militia

Khost - A Taliban car bomber killed 13 people in Afghanistan's Khost city on Saturday, in the first major attack at the start of the holy month of Ramadan that targeted a CIA-funded militia group.

Lactate helps vets to diagnose sick cats

With sick cats suffering with illnesses that lead to low blood pressure a study has found animals with a normal level of lactate are more likely to survive. This could lead to a new treatment option.

Stormy climate at G7 as Trump goes his own way

Taormina - G7 nations on Saturday were deadlocked over climate change as US President Donald Trump rebuffed pressure to toe the collective line in the club of powerful democracies.

Wonder Woman, Naked Man... 5 icons of Venezuela unrest

Caracas - From "Wonder Woman" and "Tank Woman" to "Naked Man" and "Violin Man," ordinary Venezuelans photographed in extraordinary scenes have become icons of the country's political unrest.

U.S. to test an ICBM 'interceptor' as threat from N. Korea grows

Preparing for the possibility that North Korea will launch an Intercontinental-range missile with a nuclear warhead toward the U.S. mainland, the Pentagon has scheduled a test of its Ground-based Midcourse Defense system for next Tuesday.

Moldova's 'frozen conflict' has lessons for east Ukraine

Tiraspolul - The country Nikolai Klimkin serves does not officially exist and has remained trapped in a limbo of impoverished stagnation for decades.

Energy Transfer Partners cannot resume work on Rover Pipeline

On Thursday, May 25, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), the builder of the Dakota Access Pipeline was told by federal regulators they cannot resume construction on its other major project, the Rover Pipeline going through Ohio, at least not yet.

India aids Sri Lanka as monsoon kills 100

Colombo - India joined Sri Lanka's relief operation Saturday as 230,000 people were driven from their homes after an intense monsoon deluge killed at least 103 people.

Macron snubs May on post-Brexit trade deal talks

Taormina - French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday brushed off Theresa May’s request for early talks on a trade deal with the EU after Brexit.

Cancer drug reduces response to airborne allergens

A new study, and a remarkable case where a drug created for one disease has been applied to another, shows how an anti-cancer drug can help to relieve the symptoms of allergic reactions to air allergens.

Indian aid arrives as Sri Lanka monsoon toll hits 100

Colombo - Indian medical teams and emergency relief arrived in Sri Lanka Saturday as the monsoon-related death toll reached 100 and authorities warned of more flooding in low-lying areas.
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