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Myanmar stumbles on path to democracy under Aung San Suu Kyi

For decades Myanmar's people dreamed of democracy, but a year into office Aung San Suu Kyi's elected government is struggling to revive a sluggish economy and shake off the vestiges of the still powerful military.

Samsung Galaxy S8 unveiled – a smartphone 'without limits'

Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S8, its 2017 flagship smartphone to rival Apple's iPhone and this year's premium Android handsets. The phone has an all-new design, a bezel-less display, Bixby intelligent assistant and improved camera hardware.

Review: Nothing looks as good as ‘Planet Earth II’ in 4K Special

The 4K release of ‘Planet Earth II’ delivers astonishing nature footage that amazingly exceeds its predecessor in mind-blowing beauty.

Freed from IS, but Iraq's Qaraqosh is now a ghost town

Al Hamdaniyah - In the Iraqi Christian town of Qaraqosh, time stands still. The Islamic State group was expelled in October 2016, but life has not returned to its once-vibrant and wealthy neighbourhoods.

Engineers set to to enter IS-held parts of Syria dam

- Syrian engineers were expected to carry out urgent maintenance Wednesday on the country's largest dam, where US-backed fighters have been battling Islamist State group jihadists who still control most of it.

Ruby rush brings gangland turf war to Mozambique

Sita - The stakes are high in Montepuez where the discovery of rubies has led to violence among miners that has turned the northern town into what some describe as Mozambique's own version of the Wild West.

Op-Ed: Trump's empty promises to coal industry doomed to failure

Coal miners across the country are smiling today, now that Trump has done away with EPA regulations that put a near halt to the fossil fuel industry. But promises of going back to work and a revival of the coal sector are empty promises.

On Siberia native land, oil doesn't take 'no' for an answer

Russia - The Sopochin family has seen oil majors gradually encroach on the land in Siberia where they have herded reindeer for generations, but the latest project has made them draw the line.

Brexit: What we know

London - As British Prime Minister Theresa May fired the starting gun on leaving the European Union on Wednesday, here is an outline of what we know:- Timing -Britons voted by 52 percent to 48 percent to leave the EU in a referendum in June 2016.

Op-Ed: Raqqa Syria may become part of Kurdish area once liberated

The northern city of Raqqa now occupied by the Islamic State (IS) is expected to become part of a decentralized Kurdish-run system of government, once it is liberated, according to a leading Kurdish politician.

New version of IQ Option: Advanced technologies for your success Commissioned

An updated interface of the system became much more interesting, more functional and more comfortable. New tools were provided to improve the efficiency of the trader appeared in this version. So, let’s check out the details.

Daimler hits accelerator on electric car plans

Frankfurt Am Main - Daimler, the world's biggest luxury carmaker, said Wednesday it will speed up development of electric vehicles, aiming for 10 new models within five years rather than eight."Emissions-free driving is at the centre of our strategy.

Walesa slams Poland's populist 'dictatorship'

Berlin - Poland's freedom icon Lech Walesa on Wednesday laid into the powerful boss of the governing right-wing party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, asking if he was seeking to turn the country into "a dictatorship".

Windows 10 Creators Update arriving April 11

Microsoft has officially announced it will be launching the next major Windows version on April 11th. The Windows 10 Creators Update will be available as a free download to all existing Windows 10 users. It's an extensive refresh of the operating system.

EU divorce bill that could sink Brexit deal

Brussels - As with most divorces, Britain's negotiations with the EU after Prime Minister Theresa May triggered the Brexit process could rapidly turn nasty over money.

Congress passes, Trump to sign Internet privacy rollback bill

Washington - The House of Representatives approved — and President Donald Trump signaled he will sign — a bill repealing Obama-era Internet privacy rules restricting Internet service providers' ability to track and sell users' online browsing data.

Possible Westinghouse bankruptcy may be security risk for U.S.

Pittsburgh - U.S. nuclear developer Westinghouse Electric Company announced on Tuesday it would be seeking bankruptcy protection from creditors, as it continues to struggle to limit losses that have thrown parent company, Toshiba into crisis mode.

How Britain and Europe reacted to Brexit

Paris - Here are some key reactions and commentary following Britain's launch of the process to leave the European Union:- 'Already miss you' -"We already miss you... There is no reason to pretend this is a happy day" - EU President Donald Tusk.

Texas mom filmed 'traumatizing' TSA pat-down of disabled son

Dallas - A woman is outraged over the TSA pat-down of her disabled 13-year-old son at a Texas airport. The mom filmed the pat-down and uploaded the video to Facebook. It has since gone viral. The TSA has defended the pat-down and the way it was done.

Jay Hardway talks new track 'Scio,' DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll Special

Dutch DJ and producer Jay Hardway chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "Scio" and his recognition in the DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll.
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