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Adidas plans to sell shoes made from ocean plastic

Adidas plans to sell at least one million pairs of shoes partially made with ocean trash by the end of 2017. Each pair of shoes will use an average of 11 plastic bottles.

Google's 'scary' new iOS feature shows you everywhere you’ve been

Google has launched a new controversial feature for the iOS version of its Maps app. "Your Timeline" tracks every location you visit and shows your movements on a graph. Already available on other platforms, it has been criticised by privacy groups.

RP with only two world champs after Tapales was stripped of title

The Philippines is left with just two world boxing titles after WBO Bantamweight Champion Marlon Tapales was stripped of his title for not making the bantamweight limit of 118 pounds during the weigh-in for Tapales-Omori fight Sunday in Osaka, Japan.

Op-Ed: Pacquiao needs KO win over Horn to sell future fights

Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao has not scored a knockout win for the last eight years following his KO victory in the last round of his title fight against Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.

Britain's Farage: Don't underestimate Le Pen in French race

Washington - Brexit spearhead Nigel Farage on Monday said France's far-right anti-immigration firebrand Marine Le Pen could score a shock upset in her country's upcoming presidential election run-off against European centrist Emmanuel Macron.

Instagram now has an offline mode

Instagram recently launched a substantial update to its app that adds in a fully-fledged offline mode. You can now like, comment and unfollow people whilst offline, giving you an uncompromising experience even without a connection.

Almost no recycled plastic bottles get recycled into new bottles

We have all seen the label on our plastic bottles of sodas, water or juice, proudly informing us the bottle is recyclable. We are led to believe we are using a recycled product. But this is not true.

EU could rethink Turkey ties: commissioner

Brussels - The EU warned membership candidate Turkey on Monday of a review and possible "redefinition" of ties after a referendum granted President Recep Tayyip Erdogan extra powers.

Musicians in aquariums make sounds in a silent world

Aarhus - Talk about fluid tunes: A group of innovative Danish musicians submerged like fish in an aquarium have created an underwater concerto with instruments specially adapted to resonate in a silent world.

Review: ‘The Lost City of Z’ pits ignorance against elusive evidence Special

‘The Lost City of Z’ is a slow slog through the jungles of Bolivia to prove ancient civilizations not only existed, but were intelligent and innovative.

Presidential vote highlights France divide

Paris - Far-right leader Marine Le Pen, who scored her best results in Sunday's presidential vote far from France's biggest cities, was carried to the run-off election by a part of the nation left behind in an era of globalisation.

Obama says ready to train new leaders in first post-presidency speech

Chicago - Former US president Barack Obama returned to the public spotlight Monday, saying he hopes to spend the next phase of his life helping to "prepare the next generation of leadership.

Samsung to release software update for Galaxy S8 red tint

Samsung has announced it is developing a software update for its flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone that should remedy reports of a strange reddish tint on the display. The company had previously denied there's anything wrong with the phone.

Interview: Dyro talks new track 'Surrounded,' summer plans Special

International Dutch DJ and electronic producer Dyro chatted with Digital Journal about the new track "Surrounded," and his summer plans

Lawyer tells jury women are 'especially good liars'

Memphis - A Tennessee lawyer is under fire after he told a jury during his client’s rape trial that women are “especially good” at lying because they are “the weaker sex.” The jury, composed mainly of women, acquitted the affluent businessman of rape.

German Jews fear growing Muslim anti-Semitism: report

Berlin - Jews in Germany say they feel a "growing threat" of anti-Semitism, especially from Muslims but also from xenophobic far-right groups, a parliamentary report said Monday.

Xi urges 'restraint' over N. Korea as US carrier approaches

Bejing - Chinese President Xi Jinping urged "restraint" over North Korea in a phone call with Donald Trump Monday, as Japan joined exercises with an American supercarrier heading to the Korean peninsula.

France in uncharted territory after 'big bang'

Paris - French politics has entered uncharted territory after the "big bang" that saw off the presidential candidates of both the traditional left and right parties for the first time.

Venezuela protesters block roads to pressure president

Caracas - Protesters blocked major roads in Venezuela on Monday to raise pressure on President Nicolas Maduro after three weeks of unrest that have left 21 people dead.

Coal-fired power plant closures in 2017 will reduce coal demand

In a report issued Friday by the Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis, 46 coal-burning units at 25 power plants across 16 states will close or greatly reduce production by 2018, resulting in a 30 million-ton decrease in demand for coal.
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