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Mathematics' highest prize won by a woman for the first time ever

Austin - For the first time ever, a woman has won the Abel Prize, one of the most prestigious international mathematics awards. In fact, there is no Nobel Prize for math, and the Abel Prize is seen by some as the equivalent of the Nobel.

Savannah May talks about 'Knight Squad' on Nickelodeon, Zac Efron Special

Actress Savannah May chatted with Digital Journal about playing Buttercup on "Knight Squad" on Nickelodeon. She also spoke about the impact of technology on television and film.

Colton Underwood talks about 'The Bachelor' and Legacy Foundation Special

Colton Underwood, the star of the 23rd season of "The Bachelor" on ABC chatted with Digital Journal about his experiences on the show, as well as the Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation, which helps families that are living with cystic fibrosis.

Musicians brace for Brexit disharmony

London - As the Brexit saga reaches a crescendo, classical musicians based in Britain fear that a disorderly divorce could threaten their European livelihood and stunt the development of potential maestros.

Dutch go to provincial polls after shooting horror

Den Haag - Dutch voters on Wednesday head to provincial polls billed as a referendum on Prime Minister Mark Rutte's policies, after a campaign overshadowed by a possible terror attack on a tram.

New Zealand burials start as PM urges 'united front' on social media

Christchurch - A Syrian refugee and his son were buried in New Zealand on Wednesday in the first funerals of those killed in the twin mosque massacre as Kiwis braced for days of emotional farewells following the mass slayings.

Karadzic: Many-faced Serb accused of Bosnian war atrocities

Sarajevo - War criminal, president, psychiatrist, poet and even New Age healer -- Radovan Karadzic lived a varied life before being convicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

Falcon Heavy to make history in first commercial launch in April

The second flight of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy megarocket is scheduled to take place on April 7. A historic event in its own right, this will be the Falcon Heavy's first commercial launch.

New Kazakh president sworn in, proposes renaming capital

Astana - The head of Kazakhstan's senate was sworn in as interim president in a pomp-filled ceremony Wednesday, and immediately proposed renaming the country's capital after his predecessor.

Review: This week’s releases offer unflinching reality or great escapism Special

This week’s releases include the best animated movie of the year; a nature doc that’s both harsh and heartwarming; a movie that’s thankfully a sequel and not a remake; the final season of a popular character; and an inappropriately hilarious comedy.

Q&A: How augmented reality and big data are shaking up sales Special

Sales people today need to find new and imaginative strategies to market and sell products. This requires new technology and it requires a new approach to sales. A leading expert shows how AR and big data matters for sales today.

Instagram adds in-app checkout as it pushes e-commerce

Instagram has moved closely towards being a fully-fledged e-commerce site with the provision of a new checkout app, available for mobile devices. The service is initially open for 20 fashion brands.

Swiss high jumper Loic Gasch talks about his athletic career Special

Swiss high jumper Loic Gasch chatted with Digital Journal about his athletic career in track and field. He offered advice for young and aspiring high jumpers and spoke about how technology has changed the sport.

Venezuela doctors under regime pressure during UN visit

Caracas - Venezuelan doctors have come under pressure from President Nicolas Maduro's government for trying to alert a visiting UN mission about the severe lack of hospital medicine and equipment, NGOs say.

New institute to look at human and AI interactions

Stamford - Stanford University has launched a new technological learning center called the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. The new institute will look at guiding artificial intelligence to benefit humanity.

Rags-to-riches Skoda mulls post-Brexit sales woes

Cejeticky - Once the butt of jokes, Czech-made Skoda cars have won over Brits, but the UK's looming exit from the European Union could deal a heavy blow to the brand and the entire Czech economy.

Canada's oil sands still struggling and investors are worried

March has brought a string of setbacks for Canada's struggling tar sands oil industry, including the further delay of two proposed pipelines, a poor forecast for growth and signs that investors may be growing wary.

Matt Stell talks 'Prayed For You,' future and Alanis Morissette Special

Rising country artist Matt Stell chatted with Digital Journal about "Prayed For You," and his plans for 2019. He also spoke about the impact of technology on the country music business.

Indian girl, 12, 'raped and killed' by brothers, uncle

New Delhi - Two brothers have been arrested in India for allegedly raping their 12-year-old sister who was later beheaded with a sickle, police said Wednesday.

Hunger stabs at Venezuelans impoverished by crisis

Maracaibo - The fish Juan Maurice is catching are so small they're best thrown into a frying pan. Even so, they won't fatten this out-of-work builder who has lost 16 kilograms (35 pounds) over the past two years.
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