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Mystery disease has killed half the world's Saiga antelopes

The death toll from a mysterious disease that has hit the saiga antelope population of Central Asia has soared to around 120,000, all the deaths occurring in a period of about three weeks, according to government officials in Kazakhstan.

Interview with Californian roots rock duo Dead Rock West Special

Cindy Wasserman and Frank Lee Drennen, who together make up the above-mentioned act, filled Digital Journal in on their upcoming release, a passionate and painstakingly researched tribute to the Everly Brothers.

Boston's snow piles — 'A science experiment waiting to happen'

Boston - They are not pretty to look at, and as the temperatures continue to climb, they won't smell too good, either. We're talking about Boston's leftover snow piles, some of them as tall as a three-story building.

Op-Ed: Gay valedictorian outed, speech blocked Special

Boulder - Although American TV includes popular shows like “Grace and Frankie,” about two women friends whose husbands dump them to marry each other, apparently it is not suitable to talk about homosexuality at a Boulder-area charter school.

Female boxers light up Khan-Algieri undercard

The highly-anticipated Amir Khan-Chris Algieri fight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York starts tonight with two female boxers in the undercard.

Christian beheads jihadist in Syria revenge killing: Monitor

Birut - A Syrian Christian fighter has beheaded an Islamic State group (IS) militant to avenge people "executed" by the jihadists in northeastern Syria, a monitor said on Friday.

Indian boy, 5, beheaded in suspected child sacrifice

Guwahati - A suspected occultist beheaded a five-year-old boy in a ritual sacrifice in northeastern India before being lynched by angry villagers, police and relatives said on Friday.

Early human ancestors were not alone

Scientists believe they have discovered a new species that could change the human family tree. The species may have lived during the same time period of the famous 'Lucy' fossil.

Op-Ed: Christian conservatives fear their values are under attack

With liberalism and secularism on the rise in America, Christian conservatives find themselves in constant defense of their religious freedom and political philosophy.

Lamborghini to launch new luxury SUV in 2018

Sant'agata Bolognese - The Italian car maker Lamborghini confirmed on Wednesday plans to launch a new sport utility vehicle by 2018, as part of efforts to capture a share of the growing SUV market. CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirmed that Lamborghini will launch the SUV in 2018.

Review: Milla Jovovich is a ‘Survivor’ for making it to the end Special

‘Survivor’ is a middling action thriller that squanders its opportunity to be better by failing to showcase the talents of its leading actress.

Silk Road website mastermind faces lengthy jail term

New York - The American convicted of masterminding criminal website Silk Road, which sold $200 million worth of drugs to customers all over the world using digital currency Bitcoin, will be jailed Friday.

France's Sarkozy renames UMP party 'The Republicans'

Paris - Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy on Friday announced that the opposition UMP will from now on be known as "The Republicans", as his scandal-tainted party seeks to improve its image ahead of the 2017 presidential race.

The legacy of CBC comedy writer, Canadian humorist Mike O'Brien

One of Canada's most joyful and impish writers and actors has died at age 51. Mike O'Brien, who wrote comedy for the CBC and acted on shows like 'Less Than Kind' and 'Corner Gas' died last Sunday of cancer. He left behind lessons for us all to learn.

US drops Cuba from terror blacklist in landmark move

Washington - The United States dropped Cuba from its blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism on Friday, removing yet another hurdle as the two countries seek to restore diplomatic ties frozen for five decades.

Man behind discredited gay marriage study in more hot water

The author of a now discredited psychology and gay marriage study is in more hot water over another paper he published, some of which he may have made up.

Russia releases 89-name EU travel blacklist

Den Haag - Moscow has released a blacklist of European Union politicians barred from Russia in response to EU sanctions over Crimea and Ukraine, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Friday.

US demands immediate halt to South China Sea reclamations

Singapore - The United States on Saturday called for an "immediate and lasting halt" to reclamation works in disputed waters in the South China Sea, saying Beijing's behaviour in the area was "out of step" with international norms.

Review: Corfu Grill is an authentic Greek kitchen in Forest Hills Special

Forest Hills - To taste some of the best Greek food in Queens, New York, all one needs to do is take a train ride, drive or bus to Corfu Grill in Forest Hills.

Ecuador seizes 200,000 shark fins bound for Asia

Manta - Police in the Ecuadorean port city of Manta have dealt a major blow to the illegal trafficking in shark fins, confiscating 200,000 shark fins bound for export to Asia.
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