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Football, showbiz stars set for Messi's wedding

Rosario - Football and showbiz stars gather in northern Argentina on Friday for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo.

Spreading wildfire in Arizona forces evacuation of thousands

Firefighters in Southern Arizona are struggling today with a fast-moving wildfire that has already burned over 21,000 acres. Called the Goodwin Fire, it has forced the evacuation of thousands of residents.

Collective Soul talks New York summer shows, advice for musicians Special

Wantagh - Dean Roland, the rhythm guitar player from the alternative rock band Collective Soul, chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming shows in New York.

Jeff Timmons and Men of the Strip to perform at Hard Rock Cafe

Las Vegas - On July 14, Jeff Timmons (founding member of the pop group 98 Degrees) and his male revue, Men of the Strip, will be performing at Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip.

Syrian Kurds will not be required to return US weapons for now

Jim Mattis, US Secretary of Defense, said that the US will continue to provide weapons to Kurdish fighters in Syria even after the Islamic State has been ousted from its last main stronghold in Syria Raqqa.

Are smartphones making us more stupid?

Chicago - Smartphones and other connected devices are delivering an array of useful functions and life-enhancing benefits. But is there a cost? Is our ‘over reliance’ on these computers coming at a cost of cognitive decline?

Jerry Lee Lewis celebrates 60 years of hits in the music industry

In 2017, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jerry Lee Lewis has celebrated 60 years of hits in the music industry, and he continues to tour the world today.

Struggling British PM faces confidence vote

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May's government faces a vote of confidence on Thursday, three weeks after a disastrous election left her authority in tatters and her Brexit strategy in doubt.

NASA's 'OMG Mission' - Greenland's glaciers are melting fast

Due to climate change, glaciers in Greenland are melting faster than previously thought. A new video released today by NASA shows how the agency is keeping track of the magnitude of the changes occurring in the Arctic, now being measured in feet per day.

Merkel seeks united European front before stormy G20

Berlin - German Chancellor Angela Merkel huddles with western European allies Thursday to draw up a battle strategy a week before she hosts what is expected to be the most fractious G20 summit in years.

Chinese Navy launches most advanced homegrown destroyer

Beijing - China on Wednesday launched a new type of domestically built guided missile destroyer in its bid to modernize its military.

BBC finds fecal bacteria in drinks from Starbucks

It's hard to match the refreshing taste of an iced coffee on a hot summer day — but a new BBC investigation may make you think twice before you order a chilled drink.

Italy threatens to shut ports to foreign boats saving migrants

Rome - Italy has threatened to prevent vessels flying under foreign flags from disembarking migrants rescued in the Mediterranean in its ports, a source close to the government said Wednesday.

For Chinese gays, 'coming out' is a family affair

Shanghai - When Piao Chunmei's son told her he was gay, she reacted the way many Chinese parents do, sleepless and crying for days due to the lingering shame of same sex relationships in China.

Australia accused of spying on China: Chinese media

Bejing - A Chinese state-run newspaper accused Australia of spying on China and stealing its technology on Thursday, weeks after Beijing rejected allegations of interference in Australian politics.

South Korean president arrives in Washington

Washington - South Korea's President Moon Jae-In arrived in Washington Wednesday on his first overseas trip since taking office, for planned talks with his US counterpart Donald Trump.

Sex abuse scandal haunts Australia's top Catholic cleric

Sydney - From country priest to trusted top Vatican aide, the rise of Australia's most senior Catholic cleric George Pell has been plagued in its twilight by sordid controversies from the past.

Op-Ed: EPA moves to rescind Obama-era clean water rule

Washington - A major legal step was taken on Tuesday by the EPA to rescind a contested Obama-era regulation designed to limit pollution in about 60 percent of the nation's bodies of water.

North Korea takes aim at US offer of talks in rare UN statement

New York - North Korea on Wednesday delivered a rare statement at the UN Security Council, accusing the United States of attaching "unjust" conditions to its offer of talks on Pyongyang's military programs.

Year of fear, but no quick win in Philippine drug war

Manila - Meth addict Reyjin is still able to score on the frontlines of the Philippines' drug war, living proof that a year of fear has failed to kill the illegal narcotics trade as promised.
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