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Breathtaking photos of Mars taken by Indian spacecraft

The Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) has published some amazing photos taken by its spacecraft, Mangalyaan, as it orbits Mars.

Review: ‘The Intruders’ left something behind Special

In ‘The Intruders,’ a young woman feels something sinister is afoot in her creepy new house, but debates whether it’s imaginary, supernatural or corporeal.

Indie artist Zach Nytomt discusses his current activities Special

The Austin-based performer released his debut album two years ago. This year, we shall be hearing quite a lot more from him. He filled Digital Journal in on the details.

Canadian paleontologist helps crack turtle smuggling case

Vancouver - When wildlife officials needed help identifying several species of turtles and tortoises whose shells and shell fragments were sent unlawfully to an Ontario herbal supply company, they knew paleontologist Don Brinkman was their man.

Adriatic drilling: Interview with oil agency boss Barbara Doric Special

Zagreb - As the debate about oil and gas drilling in the Adriatic hots up in Croatia, Digital Journal meets Barbara Doric, President of the Management Board of The Croatian Hydrocarbon Agency.

Hvar wine president heads strong cultural delegation to Italy Special

Hvar - As Hvar's winemakers prepare for a major tour of Italy, Digital Journal talks to Hvar Wine President Ivana Krstulovic Caric about Croatian wine.

Where to watch live images of Dawn probe arriving at Ceres

NASA's Dawn probe has successfully arrived at Ceres, entering into orbit around the dwarf planet at 7:39 a.m. EST (1339 GMT)

When Mars had an ocean

Garching Bei M - Mars once hosted an ocean containing more water than the Arctic Ocean. Not only that but this primitive Martian Sea covered a greater proportion of Mars’ surface than the Atlantic Ocean does on Earth.

Why your latte is better than your espresso

The science of coffee has been explained. Researchers have found that a latte is less likely to spill than a regular type of coffee.

'Hell awaits' Tajiks fighting in Syria: Leader

Dushanbe - Post-Soviet Tajikistan's authoritarian President Emomali Rakhmon said Friday that Tajiks fighting in the ranks of ISIS and other extremist organisations in Iraq and Syria would burn in hell.

Lockheed Martin's laser disables truck from a mile away [Video]

A team consisting of Lockheed Martin engineers, technicians and military experts has successfully tested a new fiber-optic laser weapon that disabled a truck from a mile away.

Research shows how climate change is impacting food safety

While there is controversy over the magnitude of its effects, climate change is having an indisputable impact on our food production, supply chain, food safety and the prevalence of foodborne diseases.

FREAK security flaw in HTTPS affects Windows too

A decade-old flaw in the HTTPS protocol that could allow hackers to decrypt secure traffic between web browsers and servers, including payment details, has been confirmed to be present on Windows as well as Android and iOS devices.

Op-Ed: Gov. Christie makes his own deal with Exxon Mobil

New Jersey Gov. Christie's proposed settlement deal with Exxon Mobil Corp. is being called a "colossal giveaway." Legislators and environmental groups are calling for an investigation and an outright rejection of the deal.

Islamic State fighters attack oil field in Libya

Tripoli - Militants reportedly associated with the Islamic State(IS) attacked and seized two oil fields in central Libya south of the city of Sirte where IS appears to be in control.

3 life-changing medical apps everyone needs

Technology is making it increasingly easier for us to stay in touch with family and friends, and it also offers a new way to manage a variety of health concerns.

Technology that helps you get a good night's sleep

Sleep is one of the most vital aspects of our daily existence, but it is also something people struggle with. Whether your sleep issues are caused by insomnia, a hectic work schedule or having a newborn baby, it is critical for you to fix this problem.

DNA and 'wheel' trace cultural beginnings of European language

Linguists follow the root for "wheel" while geneticists follow DNA samples of Europeans and steppe dwellers. Both conclude European language has its beginning with the Yamnaya living 6,000 years ago on the steppe north of the Black Sea.

Sportswear giant Adidas to close 200 stores in Russia

Adidas, the German sportswear giant is to close 200 stores across Russia. The move is down to the worsening economic situation in the country.

Energy generating clothing in time for wearables revolution

Wearable electronics are set to be the next big thing, including smart watches. In keeping with this, researchers have developed clothing that can charge up these devices, foregoing the need for batteries.
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