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Einstein's theory of happy living emerges in Tokyo note

Jerusalem - A note that Albert Einstein gave to a courier in Tokyo, briefly describing his theory on happy living, has surfaced after 95 years and is up for auction in Jerusalem.

Metallica rock at London's O2 Special

London - Metallica gave a spellbounding concert at London's O2 Arena, thumping through classic numbers together with tracks taken from their new album. The concert backdrop consisted of some impressive digital projection.

Review: Adam Lambert amazing on Bon Jovi's 'Livin' on a Prayer' Special

Beverly Hills - On October 20, Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert performed at GLAAD's Spirit Day concert at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

New London pollution tax comes into force

London - Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will face an extra daily charge for driving into central London on weekdays from Monday in a bid to improve air quality in one of Europe's most polluted cities.London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced the new £10 (11.

In Communist China, it's a man's world at the top

Beijing - When Xi Jinping warned against "pleasure seeking" in a stern message to the Communist Party congress last week, the audience included few women and some notable absentees -- officials ousted by graft scandals involving illicit affairs.

Could regreening the Earth fight climate change? (Part 2)

Forests have the greatest potential to cost-effectively reduce carbon emissions. They absorb carbon dioxide as they grow, removing it from the atmosphere. However, wildfires have devastated our forests globally and we need to take this problem seriously.

Interview: How secure is blockchain technology? Special

Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) adoption is growing rapidly, but are these blockchain and ledger technologies secure? We spoke with Dr. Leemon Baird, founder and CTO of Swirlds to find out more.

Catalan party threatens 'massive' civil disobedience against Spain

Barcelona - A far-left Catalan party on Monday threatened "massive civil disobedience" if Spain dismisses the region's government to stave off its threat to declare independence.

Florida aims to become regional alternative jet fuels hub

Florida wants to establish a biofuel supply chain based around Brassica carinata, a non-edible plant that has already been used to produce 100 percent bio-derived jet fuel.

Five-month battle with IS ends in Philippine city: defence chiefs

Clark - A five-month battle against Islamic State supporters in the southern Philippines that claimed more than 1,100 lives has ended following a final battle inside a mosque, defence chiefs said on Monday.

Essential Science: Improving voice control security

University of Michigan researchers have devised new means for enhancing the security of voice activated software. The aim is to eliminate the vulnerabilities associated with voice authentication.

Abe aims at N. Korea after storming to 'super-majority' vote win

Toukyo - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged Monday to work with the US, China and Russia to contain North Korea's nuclear threat with "strong, resolute diplomacy", as he "humbly" accepted his landslide victory in a snap election.

All The Blink Things to perform at Mulcahy's in New York

Wantagh - The Blink-182 tribute band, All The Blink Things, will be performing at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh on December 29.

Colin Blunstone of The Zombies talks Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Special

Colin Blunstone, the lead singer of iconic rock group The Zombies, chatted with Digital Journal about their nomination for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, for its class of 2018.

Mattis says to discuss N. Korea threat on Philippines trip

Clark - US Secretary of Defense James Mattis said Monday that curbing military threats from North Korea would be high on the agenda on his Asian tour this week, ahead of a visit by Donald Trump.

Corsica wildfire ravages 2,000 hectares of forest

Calvi - A wildfire tearing through the French island of Corsica has destroyed 2,000 hectares (nearly 5,000 acres) of forest, but no longer poses a threat to villages in the area, emergency services said Monday.

Mike McShane opens up about 2017 Tough Mudder experience Special

Mike McShane chatted with Digital Journal about his experience on Tough Mudder. He also opened up about his job description as experience manager at Live Nation's Jones Beach Theater.

Top EU official denies Brexit dinner report

Brussels - A senior EU official on Monday denied a German newspaper report saying a "tortured" British Prime Minister Theresa May pleaded with Jean-Claude Juncker for help in stalled Brexit negotiations at a dinner in Brussels last week.

'It was going to eat her' — Aussie teen survives shark scare

Sydney - An Australian teenager has survived a terrifying encounter with a great white shark, with her harrowing screams alerting her father who was certain it was about to "eat her".

Iraq's Abadi: 'hero' who tackled mission impossible

Baghdad - When Haider al-Abadi was tasked with forming a new Iraqi government in August 2014, just weeks after a lightning offensive by the Islamic State group, many believed he would fail.
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