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Robert Lamm of Chicago opens up about 2018 North American Tour Special

Wantagh - Robert Lamm is an acclaimed singer-songwriter, keyboard player and founding member of the multi-platinum-selling rock group Chicago. Lamm chatted with Digital Journal about their 2018 North American Tour.

Quadrillion tons of diamond hidden in the Earth's interior

Boston - Researchers have used advanced sound wave technology to reveal an enormous diamond cache located deep in Earth's interior. This could equate to over a quadrillion tons of diamonds.

Airbus leads the day at opening of Farnborough Air Show

As was anticipated, the 2018 Farnborough Airshow kicked off with a flurry of orders as the year’s largest aviation show opened southwest of London on Monday. Rivals Airbus and Boeing were clearly in the spotlight.

Rolls-Royce unveils hybrid flying taxi at Farnborough

Farnborough - British engine maker Rolls-Royce revealed plans this week to develop a hybrid electric vehicle, dubbed the "flying taxi", which takes off and lands vertically and could be airborne within five years.

Chinese 'reeducation camps' in spotlight at Kazakh trial

- Secretive "re-education camps" allegedly holding hundreds of thousands of people in a Muslim-majority region in western China are the focus of an explosive court case in Kazakhstan, testing the country's ties with Beijing.

Extremely dangerous California wildfire burns near Yosemite

Sacramento - A deadly California wildfire more than doubled in size and raged through more than 14 square miles of brush and forest Monday, blanketing much of Yosemite National Park in smoke and forcing the closure of a major access road to the park.

A bit of the Greek islands in the heart of historic Athens

Atenas - "The Acropolis? It's that way." Residents of historic Anafiotika are used to giving directions to tourists, lost in the narrow, winding alleyways of this unique but little-known hillside neighbourhood in the heart of Athens.

Expanding 'dead zone' in Arabian Sea raises climate change fears

Abu Dhabi - In the waters of the Arabian Sea, a vast "dead zone" the size of Scotland is expanding and scientists say climate change may be to blame.

Elon Musk's latest outburst raises doubts on leadership

Washington - Elon Musk has had a series of angry social media dust-ups with Wall Street analysts, journalists, employees and others.

Op-Ed: Bret Michaels and Poison belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Brett Michaels and all of the original band members of the rock group Poison belong in the coveted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Neil Jackson talks 'A.I Tales,' future plans and Jessica Chastain Special

British actor Neil Jackson chatted with Digital Journal about "A.I Tales," which was released on July 13 via Hewes Pictures. Jackson also discussed the digital transformation of the entertainment industry.

Campaign for new Brexit vote gets boost from ex-minister Greening

London - After two years of government squabbling and parliamentary rifts on Brexit, support is growing for the idea that only another referendum can resolve Britain's future outside the European Union.

Ex-Yellowcard frontman William Ryan Key talks solo shows, music Special

Patchogue - William Ryan Key, the former lead singer and songwriter of Yellowcard, chatted with Digital Journal about his solo endeavors, which include his "Thirteen" EP and New York shows.

100,000 Russians mark 100 years since murder of last tsar

Yekaterinburg - Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill on Tuesday led some 100,000 people in a nightime procession marking 100 years since the Bolsheviks shot dead tsar Nicholas II and his family after he abdicated, authorities said on Tuesday.

Benny Benassi discusses new track with Sofi Tukker, future, Bono Special

Acclaimed Italian DJ and producer Benny Benassi chatted with Digital Journal about his new collaboration with Sofi Tukker entitled "Everybody Needs a Kiss."

Review: Dave Mason and Steve Cropper bring Rock & Soul Revue to Tarrytown Special

Tarrytown - On July 15, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Dave Mason and Steve Cropper brought their "Rock & Soul Revue" to the exquisite Tarrytown Music Hall in New York.

WeWork's acquisition signals further shift to mobile office work

WeWork has combined forces with its fiercest rival in China, Naked Hub; and another big player in the mobile office arena, Ucommune, is buying up smaller rivals. The moves signal a changing workplace.

Japan's growing plutonium stockpile fuels fears

Apo - Japan has amassed enough plutonium to make 6,000 atomic bombs as part of a programme to fuel its nuclear plants, but concern is growing that the stockpile is vulnerable to terrorists and natural disasters.

Taiwan's Apache fleet goes into service amid China tensions

Taoyuan - Taiwan on Tuesday put into service its fleet of US-made Apache attack helicopters, upgrading its defences against a growing military threat from China.The US sold 30 Apache AH-64E -- also known as the "tank killer" -- to Taiwan as part of a $6.

Air strikes kill seven civilians in southern Syria: monitor

Beirut - Air strikes on Tuesday killed seven civilians in a sensitive southwestern province of Syria bordering the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, a war monitor said.
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