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Tactical Preview: Arsenal — Leicester City

Arsenal handed Leicester City their first and most devastating loss of the current Premier League season, but the hosts must avoid defeat if they intend on remaining in the title race.

Undetected HIV leads to cluster of cases in porn industry

Testing for HIV infection frequently may not be enough to prevent the spread of the disease says the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This was proven recently in a few cases centered in the porn industry.

Assad vows to retake all of Syria, keep 'fighting terrorism'

Damascus - President Bashar al-Assad has vowed to recapture the whole of Syria and keep "fighting terrorism" while also negotiating an end to the war, as international pressure mounts for a ceasefire.

Another Libyan Air Force plane shot down or crashed in Benghazi

Benghazi - Just four days after a Libyan Air Force MiG 23 plane was shot down or crashed near Derna, another plane has either crashed or been shot down in the city of Benghazi.

Transcript of exclusive AFP interview with Syria's Assad

Damascus - In the following AFP interview with Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, the questions were asked in French and he replied in Arabic.

Op-Ed: Why 5th Pacquiao-Marquez fight could still happen

Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez has fought four times in over a decade and the possibility of a fifth fight later in the year or early next year has surfaced with Marquez announcing that he will soon return to the ring for a tune up fight in May.

Tactical Preview: Manchester City - Spurs

Manchester City’s history against Spurs has been fairly positive in recent years, but Mauricio Pochettino’s men pose a legitimate threat to the hosts on their trip to the Etihad.

Study: High self-esteem is not narcissism

Amsterdam - High self-esteem is frequently mistaken for narcissism, but scientists say the two are distinctly different personality traits that evoke opposite responses in similar situations.

Venezuela leader gets emergency powers, rivals vow ouster

Caracas - Venezuela's opposition on Friday vowed to speed up efforts to oust President Nicolas Maduro after he defied lawmakers by securing emergency powers to intervene in the crisis-hit oil state's economy.

Security fears for Boko Haram displaced after Nigeria bombings

Lagos - Suicide bombings that killed 58 at a camp for those who fled Boko Haram have raised doubts about the true extent of Nigeria's grip on security in the troubled northeast and its policy of returning the displaced.

Kenya's Ruto wins key ICC witness appeal

Den Haag - The International Criminal Court on Friday upheld an appeal by Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto and barred the use of recanted testimonies in the crimes against humanity case brought against him.

Op-Ed: New names for Libyan GNA may be ready by deadline

Skhirat - The Presidency Council of the UN-brokered Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) claims that the new list of names of ministers for the GNA is almost ready.

Historic pope-patriarch declaration: Key points

Havana - Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill on Friday held the first meeting in nearly a millennium between heads of their two branches of the Christian church.

Russia launches probe after Boeing engine fails mid-air

Moscow - Russia's prosecutors said Friday they were investigating after a Boeing passenger jet suffered an engine failure over the Dominican Republic with 371 people aboard.

Medical devices begin to harness wireless technology

Medical devices are becoming the latest equipment to utilize the Internet to collect data and to send alerts. Here ‘smart inhalers’ are leading the way, with the first commercial units expected within a year. We take a look at the latest developments.

Red Cross rejects Saudi call to leave Yemen conflict zones

Sanaa - The Red Cross on Friday turned down a call from Riyadh for aid workers to stay out of rebel-held zones of Yemen that are being targeted in a Saudi-led air war.

Op-Ed: Assessing the future in a reliable way: Elizabeth Florescu Special

Since time immemorial, man has wished to see the future. Now, some people are fortunate enough to do it as their job. They are called futurists.

Forget the San Andreas Fault — Meet its much bigger cousin

California's San Andreas fault has caused a lot of damage and loss of life in the past 100 years, and is so well-known that a movie came out about the "big one" recently. However, the San Andreas fault is a baby, compared to its cousin, the "quake-maker."

Former publisher campaigns for free tuition at Harvard

Harvard alumnus Ron Unz — the former publisher of The American Conservative — received some good news on Wednesday. Harvard University sent word that he had qualified to be a candidate for the Board of Overseers.

Olympic gold medalist Benita Fitzgerald Mosley talks new venture Special

Olympic gold medalist Benita Fitzgerald Mosley chatted with Digital Journal about being CEO of Laureus Sport for Good Foundation USA.
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