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Watch Bugatti Veyron hit 378 Km/h

At an Idaho rally in North America, the Bugatti supercar is filmed reaching 378 Km/h on a closed public road demonstrating its immense power.

Turkey's Erdogan says Putin may 'give up' on Assad

Istanbul - Russian President Vladimir Putin is having a change of heart on the Kremlin's wholehearted support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and may "give up on him" in the future, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was quoted as saying Monday.

Colombia to buy land for poor in post-war period

Estanzuela - Colombia aims to buy land from private owners and redistribute it among the poor after its 50-year-old war ends, the government said Sunday, addressing the root cause of the conflict.

Country star K.T. Oslin talks new album 'Simply' and music career Special

Country sensation K.T. Oslin chatted with Digital Journal about her latest studio album, "Simply," which came out on Red River Entertainment.

Forex markets looking at Greece, investors look to U.S.

The news from Greece of a shutdown put fear into investors and the euro dipped as a result against the dollar. Analysts are looking toward reliable US data, while China's situation worsens.

Middle East refinery expansion plans experiencing complications

Cairo - Expansion to oil refining capacities hit an unforeseen snag, halting an already expensive importing chain responsible for gasoline production. Partially responsible for these snags is an increase in domestic energy needs amidst excruciating heat.

UFC Fight of the Week: Ronda Rousey dispatches Bethe Correia in 34 seconds

Unbeaten UFC defending bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey did not waste a minute to dispatch her top challenger, Bethe Correia of Brazil, over the weekend in Rio de Janeiro to retain her UFC Women's Bantamweight title.

Tony Orlando talks Eisenhower Park show, remembers Lynn Anderson Special

Veteran entertainer Tony Orlando sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his concert at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow on August 1.

Two for-profit schools have to pay students $2.3M

Former students at Kaplan Career Institute and Lincoln Technical Institute in Massachusetts will receive redress from the colleges.

West planning new intervention in Libya

Tripoli - Military sources told The Times of London that a number of western nations are making plans to send ground troops into Libya to train locals and launch attacks against Islamic State positions.

From Moscow, exiled ex-PM launches committee to 'save' Ukraine

Moscow - An exiled former top ally of ousted Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych on Monday launched a shadowy committee to "save" the war-torn country, pledging to bring down the current pro-Western government.

Glaciers melt to lowest level on record: Study

Paris - Glaciers worldwide have shrunk to levels not seen in 120 years of record-keeping, with melt-off accelerating in the first decade of the 21st century, according to a study released Monday.

Flight MH370: What we know and what we don't

Kuala Lumpur - Boeing 777 debris found on the island of Reunion appears to prove that missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 crashed in the Indian Ocean, but the cause of the disaster remains unknown.

China reports fourth escalator accident in six days

Shanghai - Another day, and yet another escalator accident in China. An employee cleaning an escalator at the Longemont Shopping Mall in Shanghai's Changning district had his foot trapped inside a gap in the moving stairs. He ended up losing a foot.

10 million flock to Angry Birds 2 in the first three days

Game developer Rovio has announced that 10 million people downloaded the sequel to its hit title Angry Birds in just the first three days after its initial release. It shows the demand for mobile games and the popularity of Rovio's iconic creation.

Dustin Lynch to bring his 'Hell of A Night' tour to New York

Broken Bow Records recording country artist Dustin Lynch is embarking on his first-ever headlining tour, "Hell of a Night," with two stops in New York.

Wenger's Arsenal leans to direct attacking to sink Chelsea

Arsenal’s encounters with London rivals Chelsea have followed a predictable pattern over the past decade, but with Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger starting second choice strikers, change was imminent.

Review: John Dahlbäck soars on new 'Raven' electronic dance music single Special

Swedish DJ and electronic dance music producer John Dahlbäck is back with his newest single and music video for "Raven."

INDYCAR: Rahal wins at home, closes in on series lead

LEXINGTON, Ohio – Graham Rahal has enjoyed a tremendous second half to the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season, including winning the Honda Indy 200, his second victory in four races.

Startling figures on U.S. disability rates

Washington - One in 5 adults in the U.S. has some form of disability, according to a new report. The most commonly reported issue is mobility, shown with difficulty in climbing stairs. This is followed by dementia.
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