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Small businesses suffer as ransomware epidemic grows

Small businesses are suffering from a ransomware epidemic. Firms have paid out a total of over $300 million in the past year, leaving them unable to make investments to develop their business. Recovering from the data loss can be an even greater struggle.

Madonna to launch new skin care line MDNA SKIN

"The Queen of Pop" Madonna will be launching her own skin care line next week, which will be called MDNA SKIN. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Cheap Trick to release new holiday album 'Christmas Christmas'

Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Cheap Trick have announced their new holiday album, "Christmas Christmas," which will be released on October 20 on Big Machine Records.

Prince Harry cheers on athletes ahead of Toronto Invictus Games

Montr - Prince Harry attended a training session Friday for athletes who will compete in the upcoming Invictus Games for soldiers and veterans wounded or disabled in battle.

Italian populists to unveil 5-Star candidate for PM

Rimini - Italy's populist 5-Star Movement (M5S) announces its candidate for prime minister Saturday as it braces to attempt a revolutionary shift from protest to ruling party.

The microgrid vision is slowly becoming reality

It's funny how small things often become appealing to a large audience. Take the iPhone, for example. When it was first introduced, most analysts said it would flop, yet it went on to redefine markets. The same could be said of microgrids.

Last flight home for icon of 'German Autumn' of terror

Berlin - Forty years ago next month, German anti-terror commandos stormed a Lufthansa jet in Somalia, shot its Palestinian hijackers and freed 90 hostages, a climax in a bloody era of far-left militancy.

Puerto Rico wants US aid after quake but not second-class treatment

San Juan - The calamity of Hurricane Maria could not have come at a worse time for Puerto Rico.The US island territory buckled under the weight of $70 billion in debt and filed for bankruptcy protection in May.

Petrol prices pumped up in Pyongyang

Pyongyang - Petrol prices are being pumped higher in Pyongyang in the wake of United Nations sanctions restricting exports of oil products to nuclear-armed North Korea.Retail prices have gone up around 20 percent in two months, AFP saw in the capital.

Apple Watch 3 has connectivity issues just as shipments start

As shipments of Apple's new Series 3 smart watch begin the watch is experiencing difficulties in certain situations with connecting to cellular.

Climate Week NYC — Decarbonizing has become big business

New York - If one theme predominated in Climate Week NYC this past week, it is the consensus that decarbonization will become big business simply because companies with large market share would rather get rid of fossil fuels than put their market share at risk.

Tribes, tradition stand in way of Iraq police

Baghdad - Policeman Ahmad regrets the day he detained a motorist at a checkpoint for possession of a gun without a licence, bringing the weight of Iraqi tribal customs down on his head.

North Korea 'more opaque' after YouTube propaganda ban: monitors

Seoul - North Korea has become "more opaque" to the outside world following a decision by YouTube to silence an official propaganda channel, a monitoring group has warned, as new sanctions over Pyongyang's nuclear programme begin to bite.

CCleaner malware might have been designed to steal trade secrets

The malware found bundled with popular computer maintenance software CCleaner was designed to compromise machines at some of the world's biggest tech companies. The discovery suggests the attack was more significant than first thought.

Christianity waning in EU states accepting migrants: Orban

Varsovia - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday said Christianity was waning in EU countries taking in migrants and defended countries like his which have refused to take them in.

Quake scares tourists from Mexico City's trendy heart

Mexico - Tourism to Mexico City was dealt a harsh blow by this week's deadly quake, scaring off visitors and resulting in thousands of hotel cancellations in a central zone that is normally the buzzing, trendy heart of the city.

A-bombs and H-bombs explained

Paris - The world's nuclear arsenals are comprised mainly of two types of warheads -- atomic bombs, also called A-bombs, and the more powerful hydrogen or H-bombs.

Merkel, Schulz at home base on final campaign push

Berlin - Chancellor Angela Merkel and her main rival Martin Schulz return to their home bases to make their last-ditch appeal for votes ahead of Sunday's elections, urging Germans to shun anti-migrant populists.

Brazil's army deploys in Rio after favela shootout

Rio De Janeiro - Brazilian soldiers deployed by armored vehicle, truck and helicopter Friday to reinforce police after heavily armed drug traffickers rampaged through the country's biggest favela, spraying bullets and terrifying locals.

Smart breast pump startup Naya Health searches for investors

Janica Alvarez and her husband managed to raise $6.5million from investors in 2013 to start Naya Health Inc. which makes a smart breast pump. Naya has already secured vital approval for her device from the US Food and Drug Administration.
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