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World's largest radio telescope starts operating in China

Bejing - The world's largest radio telescope began operating in southwestern China Sunday, a project Beijing says will help humanity search for alien life.

The 2020 Olympics may have medals made from electronic waste

Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are hoping to source the gold, silver and bronze needed to make medals for the games from millions of discarded smartphones and other small consumer electronics.

Embattled Boko Haram leader Shekau resurfaces in video

Kano - The embattled leader of jihadist group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, resurfaced in a video posted online Sunday, rejecting assertions by the Nigerian army that he had been seriously wounded.

Interview: Actor Johnny Greenlaw discusses new film 'Mommy's Box' Special

Actor, director and writer Johnny Greenlaw chatted with Digital Journal about his forthcoming film, "Mommy's Box," which releases in theaters and digital on Sept. 30 from Indie Rights.

Boko Haram leaves Nigeria a lifetime of mental trauma

Maiduguri - The soldier clutched his book with both hands. He shouted his name, rank and Nigerian Army number to no-one in particular. He stood up straight and ended every reply with a bark of "sah" (sir).

Pulling a rip cord over North Korea

Kumhwa - When he booked his tour, Swiss lawyer Rafael Studer hadn't seriously considered the option of jumping out of a Russian-made helicopter at 2,000 meters strapped to a North Korean soldier.

Putting ‘feed a cold, starve a fever’ to the test

It’s an old wives tale – “feed a cold and starve a fever.” But does it come with any scientific basis? One research laboratory has put the aphorism to the test.

Country matriarch Jean Shepard passes away at 82

The country music community mourns the loss of its matriarch, Country Music Hall of Famer Jean Shepard. She was 82 years old.

U.S. has used white phosphorus in Iraq

Pictures and videos posted online by the Pentagon show that the United States is using white phosphorus munitiions in its fight against the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq.

NBA Trade Rumors: DeMarcus Cousins to Cleveland Cavaliers?

Cleveland - It's hard to fathom a team that won an NBA title in June is looking to make some big moves to their roster before the upcoming season, but that could be the case in Cleveland as they look to keep pace with Golden State and their addition of Kevin Durant.

France at UN says war crimes committed in Syria's Aleppo

New York - France's envoy to the United Nations asserted Sunday that war crimes were being committed in Syria's battered city of Aleppo, as the Security Council met for urgent talks on the escalating military campaign.

UN holds urgent talks as air strikes pound Syria's Aleppo

New York - The UN Security Council met for urgent talks on Sunday as Syrian and Russian warplanes pounded rebel-held east Aleppo in the worst surge of bombing to hit the devastated city in years.

Review: Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart‎ give star turns in No Man's Land Special

London - No Man's Land featuring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart is currently running on the London stage. The production brings to life one of the most brilliantly entertaining plays by Nobel Prize laureate Harold Pinter.

Review: Amy Lee magnificent on 'Dream Too Much' music video Special

Evanescence lead singer Amy Lee has released her new music video for her solo song "Dream Too Much," and it is absolutely magnificent.

Britain's Prince William and Kate visit Canada

Victoria - Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate arrived in British Columbia on Saturday for an eight-day trip during which they will view spectacular nature sites and meet with refugees and indigenous Americans.

Review: Yusuf/Cat Stevens magical at the Beacon Theatre in New York City Special

New York - On Sept. 19, Yusfu/Cat Stevens performed his first show in New York City in 40 years at the iconic Beacon Theatre, as part of "A Cat's Attic."

Op-Ed: EpiPen price fueling dangerous DIY alternatives on social media

There is one sure way to fuel the entrepreneurial spirit in people. All you have to do is say "it can't be done." Social media sites, including Twitter and YouTube, are awash with instructions on how to make your own EpiPen, and that is dangerous.

Phantom of the Opera 'curse' hits as fire menaces Paris debut

Paris - The curse of the "The Phantom of the Opera" appears to have struck again with a fire at a Paris theatre on Sunday which is threatening to derail the musical's debut in France next month.

Syria's Aleppo reels from air strikes, UN chief 'appalled'

Aleppo - UN chief Ban Ki-moon said Saturday he was "appalled by the chilling military escalation" in Syria's battleground city of Aleppo where residents cowered indoors as air strikes toppled buildings and killed at least 45 civilians.

Clinton, Trump in virtual tie ahead of first debate

Washington - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a virtual dead heat in their bitter race for the White House on the eve of their first head-to-head presidential debate, a new poll showed Sunday.
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