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Canada pot stores run out of supplies, more lineups

Ottawa - Day two of legal recreational cannabis in Canada on Thursday saw more long lineups outside pot stores and supply shortages in parts of the country.

Ukraine votes to hand landmark Kiev church to Constantinople

Kiev - Ukraine's parliament on Thursday voted to hand over a landmark Kiev church to the Istanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarchate after it agreed to recognise the independence of Ukraine's Orthodox Church.

A city in China may soon have a second moon in its evening sky

Officials in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, have unveiled a science-fiction-like plan to launch what’s known as an illumination satellite, or “artificial moon,” by 2020.

Review: Sarah Brightman releases stunning title track 'Hymn' Special

On October 18, the world's best-selling soprano, Sarah Brightman, released her song "Hymn," which is the title track of her upcoming album.

GE launches next generation wind turbine

Steeping up its activities in the renewables market., GE’s subdivision - Renewable Energy- has revealed a new type of wind turbine platform. The device, designed for onshore use, is called Cypress.

Skillet's John Cooper talks Fight The Fury, 'Still Breathing' EP Special

Skillet front-man and bass player John Cooper chatted with Digital Journal about their new metal side project Fight The Fury.

Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near

Suchiate - Mexico deployed hundreds of riot police Thursday to its border with Guatemala as a caravan of Central American migrants prepared to cross on their way to the United States, defying President Donald Trump's threats.

Nicaragua fights protests with 'shoot to kill' policy: Amnesty

Paris - Nicaragua resorted to a "shoot to kill" strategy to repress recent anti-government protests, human rights group Amnesty International said in a report released in Paris Thursday.

Russians 'will go to heaven' in event of nuclear war: Putin

Sochi - Russians will "go to heaven" as martyrs in the event of nuclear war because Moscow will only ever use nuclear weapons in retaliation, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.

Canada to host G7 conference on AI in Montreal December 6

Montreal - Canada will host a G7 multistakeholder conference on artificial intelligence on December 6, as part of the Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) conference, the government has announced.

Trump takes US inconsistency on human rights to new heights

Washington - The United States has never been especially consistent in raising human rights, but President Donald Trump's administration, with its kid-glove treatment of Saudi Arabia, has sent a message clearer than ever before -- allies need not worry about critic...

Royals Harry and Meghan go barefoot on Bondi

Sydney - British royals Harry and Meghan kicked off their shoes and donned tropical garlands Friday, as they hit Sydney's famed Bondi beach for the latest stop on their Australian tour.

WhatsApp dirty tricks alleged in Brazil presidential race

S - Allegations of a dirty tricks campaign on WhatsApp dominated Brazil's presidential election race on Thursday, turning attention to social media manipulation following abuses uncovered in the US election and Britain's Brexit referendum two years ago.

Trump threatens to send military against immigrant 'onslaught'

Washington - President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to close the US-Mexican border against an "onslaught" of migrants, stepping up his anti-immigrant rhetoric ahead of congressional elections.

UK, Spain reach Brexit deal over Gibraltar: Spanish PM

Apo - Britain and Spain have agreed that any disagreements over Gibraltar will not delay Brexit talks with the European Union, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said Thursday.

Alpha Woman looks to foster fierce women in cannabis

While many had hoped that the developing cannabis industry would become a playground for diverse, inclusive business leaders and executives, the industry is falling behind.

Taliban attack on top US commander, Afghan security officials kills three

Kandahar - A Taliban-claimed attack on the top US commander in Afghanistan and senior Afghan security officials Thursday killed at least three people and sent the government scrambling to secure the country's restive south.

University of Connecticut runs cannabis horticulture course

The legalization of cannabis in many parts of North America is starting to impact on different parts of society, and this includes education. The University of Connecticut is set to run a course with a differences.

Tom Green talks comedy show on Long Island, future, technology Special

Levittown - Acclaimed comedian Tom Green chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming show at Governor's in Levittown on Long Island on Sunday, October 21.

Post-Brexit visas for Brits? 'Fake news' says Macron

Apo - Visas for visitors from Britain after Brexit? "Fake news!" insisted President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday, scoffing at the idea that France would ever impose such a demand on it neighbour. "Brexit has consequences but..
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