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N. Korea triggers fresh fury with space rocket launch

Seoul - North Korea said Sunday it had successfully put a satellite into orbit, with a rocket launch widely condemned as a disguised ballistic missile test for a weapons delivery system to strike the US mainland.

Op-Ed: UN SRSG in Libya, Martin Kobler, urges HoR to approve new GNA

Tobruk - The Special Representative of the Secretary-General(SRSG) in Libya, Martin Kobler, in a news release, stresses the importance of a vote approving the new GNA cabinet list by the internationally-recognized House of Representatives (HoR).

Economy, security woes dent popularity of Canada's Trudeau

Ottawa - One hundred days after Justin Trudeau's Liberal government was sworn in, the still-popular Canadian prime minister faces mounting criticism, against the backdrop of a floundering economy and terror fears.

Actor Jo Weil releases English trailer for 'Shattered'

Acclaimed German actor Jo Weil has released the trailer for his newest project "Shattered," which features him talking English.

UK researchers discover fountain of youth

London - It turns out the fountain of youth isn’t in some undiscovered triple-canopied jungle in Africa or the coast of Clearwater, Florida, at least not according to scientists at the Institute for Aging at Newcastle University in the UK.

Catching up with Lorena Cajes: New single 'Numb' and video Special

Farmingdale - Long Island songstress Lorena Cajes sat down and chatted with Digital Journal about her new single "Numb," which will be released on February 15.

Sin Morera discusses house music, plans for 2016, AIDS LIFE Special

House DJ and producer Sin Morera chatted with Digital Journal about his plans for 2016, as well as his proudest professional moments, which include his partnership with AIDS LIFE.

Op-Ed: San Francisco's Dolores Park open-air urinal called 'disgusting'

San Francisco - A city approved open-air urinal in Dolores Park that exposes urinating males to the public including women and children may prove to be an over-the-top concept.

Twitter launching new algorithm to show tweets out of order

Twitter plans to introduce a new timeline algorithm that will display relevant tweets first, instead of in chronological order.

Rise in number of suspected jihadists blocked from leaving Australia

Sydney - The rate at which suspected jihadists are being blocked from departing Australia has doubled in the past year, a report said Sunday, amid a government crackdown of its nationals travelling to Iraq or Syria to fight.

Donald Trump expected to return to Republican Party debate roster

Manchester - Opinion poll-leading Republican presidential nomination candidate Donald Trump is expected to join six challengers Saturday night in the last debate before New Hampshire primary voters cast ballots on Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Chipotle's latest claim — Australian beef the cause of E. coli

Although the CDC officially declared the investigation into the Chipotle Mexican Grill E. coli outbreak over, stating that no source for the bacteria had been identified, the restaurant chain is apparently accusing Australian beef as the likely culprit.

Canada's Justin Trudeau: Key dates in his first 100 days

Ottawa - In his first three months as Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, 44, has traveled abroad extensively and has made symbolic changes in the way the government serves its citizens.

Rock climbing meets augmented reality in New York

Brooklyn - Rock climbing walls are taken to a new level thanks to augmented reality (AR). Brooklyn Boulders holds a twice-monthly event where climbers have to complete a course in as short a time as possible while tapping targets.

New, lower cost HIV drug developed

A new, more affordable, and clinically effective drug is being developed to treat patients infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The drug has been developed at the University of Minnesota.

Eastern U.S. white-tail deer carry a mysterious malaria parasite

White-tail deer are a familiar sight across America. However, a recent study by National Zoo researchers discovered Eastern white-tail deer have been harboring a malaria parasite, and in some areas, up to 25 percent of them have the parasite.

Gale force winds cause waterfalls to flow upside down in Scotland

Tobermory - When it rains really hard, most people might say it's "raining cats and dogs," but when it's Storm Henry coming ashore with gale force winds of 105 mph and heavy rains, you could say it's "raining hard enough to turn waterfalls upside down."

Op-Ed: HoR may debate new Libyan GNA on Monday

Tobruk - The Libya Herald reports that the Presidency Council of the UN-brokered Government of National Accord(GNA), meeting in Skhirat Morocco has agreed to a reduced cabinet of 12 ministries together with the 9 members of the Presidential Council.

As Syria rebels face rout, allies Saudi, Turkey may send troops

Riyadh - With rebel forces facing the prospect of a crushing defeat by Syria's Russian-backed regime, their allies Saudi Arabia and Turkey may send in limited numbers of ground troops, analysts say.

With no president in sight, Haiti gets transitional government

Port-au-prince - Haitian politicians inked a last-minute agreement to install a transitional government Saturday, just hours before President Michel Martelly was scheduled to step down with no replacement in line.
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