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No homegrown rocket programs — Aerospace talent leaving Canada

One expert says Canada is falling behind in the space industry by focusing on other endeavors such as satellites and robotics because there are no homegrown rocketry programs.

Visa and banks cause problems for Coinbase customers

San Francisco - The credit card issuer Visa has been the cause of Coinbase's multiple problems with its users' cryptocoin accounts that have included reversed transactions, unauthorized withdrawals and unexplained fees.

Online tracker lets you know how many Tesla Model 3s being made

Fremont - Around 455,000 reservation-holders have a keen interest in knowing when there Tesla Model 3 will be delivered, and with all the glitches in production so far, Bloomberg media has launched a Model 3 Tracker to help everyone out.

Germany seeks to fine scientists over monkey experiments

Berlin - German prosecutors said Tuesday they have asked judges to fine three scientists at the prestigious Max Planck Institutes for animal cruelty over experiments on monkeys' brains.

Private funeral held for Denmark's Prince Henrik

Copenhagen - Danish royalty and politicians gathered in a Copenhagen chapel on Tuesday for the private funeral service of Prince Henrik, the French-born husband of Queen Margrethe who died this month aged 83.

Accenture's new AI testing tools can accelerate training by 80%

Accenture has announced a suite of services to help companies test AI systems within their own infrastructure. The company has devised a "Teach and Test" approach to provide AI with appropriate data and then ensure its outputs match expected results.

'Null character' bug lets attackers bypass Windows 10 antimalware

Attackers could slip malware past Windows 10's built-in detection systems by prepending null characters to files. A security researcher discovered that Windows' Anti-Malware Scan Interface ignores everything after it encounters an empty character.

Micah Wilshire talks new single 'Woman' Special

Jazz musician Micah Wilshire chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Woman," as well as his forthcoming studio album.

N. Korea cyber threat 'more aggressive than China': US firm

Seoul - North Korean hackers are becoming more aggressive than their Chinese counterparts, a leading US cybersecurity firm warned Tuesday, as it identified a Pyongyang-linked group as an "advanced persistent threat".

Leading Catalan separatist latest to leave Spain

Geneva - A former Catalan lawmaker and major figure in the region's secession drive has fled to Switzerland ahead of a court hearing and may seek asylum there, the sixth separatist to leave Spain in months.

Russia blamed as key clinic in Syria enclave bombed out of service

Beirut - A key hospital in Syria's rebel-held Eastern Ghouta was put out of service on Tuesday, a medical group said, with a monitor blaming Russian air strikes.

Turkey will lay siege to Syria's Afrin in coming days: Erdogan

Ankara - Turkey will lay siege to Afrin in northern Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday a month after Ankara launched an offensive against Kurdish militia in the region.

Brazilian government admits defeat on pension reform

Bras - Brazil's center-right government has conceded defeat in its attempts to push through controversial cuts to the pension system, which had long been presented as a keystone of austerity reforms.

Op-Ed: Josie Dunne is the 'One to Watch' in 2018

Chicago - Atlantic recording artist Josie Dunne is the "One to Watch in 2018" thanks to her breakthrough radio single "Old School."

Dying young in Pakistan, where babies face the highest risk

Islamabad - In the neonatal intensive care department of an Islamabad hospital, scrawny infants struggle for survival -- victims of a vacuum in resources and education in the country with the highest newborn mortality rate in the world.

Libya coastguard rescues 441 migrants from drifting boats

Tripoli - Libya's coastguard rescued 441 migrants in two separate operations as their boats drifted off the western coast, the navy and a doctor said on Tuesday.

Old antibiotic compounds could become the next life-saving drugs

Leeds - The battle between humans and antimicrobial resistant bacteria continues to be one of the major problems affecting society. A new initiative from University of Leeds scientists aims to review previously discarded medicinal products.

Polish opposition wants to amend disputed Holocaust bill

Warsaw - Poland's main opposition party Tuesday tabled an amendment to the government's controversial Holocaust bill, which was meant to defend Warsaw's image abroad but instead stoked tensions with Israel, Ukraine and the US.

Sharp decline in illegal migrants entering EU in 2017: Frontex

Warsaw - The European Union saw in 2017 the lowest number of detected illegal border-crossings since the migrant crisis began four years ago, the EU border agency Frontex said Tuesday.

Android Pay and Google Wallet get unified as 'Google Pay'

Google's announced a revamp of its mobile payment services which unifies its apps under a single roof. It's merging Android Pay and Google Wallet together to create the new Google Pay platform, which includes a redesigned app that's launching today.
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