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A month after Bitcoin Cash hard fork 2 coins still both trading

On November 15 Bitcoin Cash underwent a hard fork that created two separate networks and coins, Bitcoin Cash ABC and Bitcoin Cash SV. A month later the two coins are still both trading with both coins now close in value.

Review: The Theatre at Westbury heats up to 98 Degrees for holiday show Special

Westbury - On December 16, Grammy-nominated pop group 98 Degrees headlined The Theatre at Westbury for their "At Christmas" show. This marked their second consecutive year performing this holiday show at this venue, in the round.

North Korea warns on US sanctions

Seoul - Nuclear-armed North Korea condemned the United States over its latest sanctions measures, warning Washington's approach could "block the path to denuclearisation on the Korean peninsula forever".

Essential Science: Why does wine smell bad?

With many wines, laying them down for a long period improves them and this is a factor in good wines becoming great wines. However, sometimes wines go off and develop a bad smell. New research reveals why.

Review: ‘The House that Jack Built’ is purposely divisive & provocative Special

‘The House that Jack Built’ is Lars Von Trier’s latest picture to either stimulate or insult audiences, depending on the viewer’s sensibilities.

The big graphene innovations you need to know about

Every month a new development using the ‘wonder material’ graphene is presented. Digital Journal has picked three recent research highlights that showcase the growing potential of graphene.

Miss Philippines wins 2018 Miss Universe crown

Bangkok - Miss Philippines was crowned Miss Universe on Monday in Bangkok after a trailblazing ceremony praised for featuring its first transgender candidate but marred by gaffes about the English-speaking ability of two Asian contestants.

Paris government to rush through concessions for 'yellow vests'

Paris - The French government is set to rush tax cuts and a rise in the minimum wage through parliament in a bid to end the "yellow vest" protests which appear to be waning after a month of disruption.

Hungarian public broadcaster becomes focus of wave of protests

Budapest - The headquarters of Hungary's public broadcaster became the focus of a wave of anti-government protests Monday, with the opposition galvanised by the reaction to a controversial new labour law and more demonstrations expected in the evening.

Malaysia charges Goldman Sachs as pressure mounts over 1MDB scandal

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia filed criminal charges Monday against Goldman Sachs and two of its former employees over the alleged theft of billions of dollars, heaping fresh pressure on the Wall Street titan over the 1MDB scandal.

Rubble and charred cars in former Syria jihadist hub

Sulaymaniyah - Burnt-out cars, craters and collapsed buildings dot the side of a road in the Syrian village of Hajin, after US-backed forces expelled the Islamic State group.

Divided Cypriots unite over heritage

Famagusta - Residents from both sides of Cyprus are coming together to restore their ancient heritage and mend ties away from politics even as peace talks remain stalled.

Britain, Switzerland reach post-Brexit aviation deal

Geneva - Switzerland and Britain signed an agreement Monday guaranteeing that flights between the two countries can continue uninterrupted even if London opts to leave the European Union without a deal with Brussels.

Truce in Yemen's Hodeida due to start Tuesday after new clashes

Dubai - A ceasefire in Yemen's battleground port city of Hodeida and its surroundings will start on Tuesday, officials say, after renewed fighting threatened the hard-won accord struck in Sweden.

Gay Singaporean man wins right to adopt surrogate son

Fpo - A gay Singaporean man Monday won the right to adopt a child he fathered via a surrogate in the United States, in a landmark court ruling for the conservative city-state.

France 'the sick man of Europe': Polish foreign minister

Warsaw - France is "the sick man of Europe" and its problems are hurting the region, Poland's foreign minister said Monday, citing the "yellow vests" protest movement and last week's jihadist attack.

UK PM rebuffs growing calls for second Brexit referendum

London - Prime Minister Theresa May will on Monday warn MPs against supporting a second Brexit referendum, as calls mount for a public vote to break the political impasse over the deal she has struck with the EU.

Indian politician gets life over 1984 anti-Sikh riots

New Delhi - A veteran Indian politician was given a life sentence on Monday over anti-Sikh riots in 1984 that killed nearly 3,000 people following the assassination of then-premier Indira Gandhi.

Boeing, Embraer forge on with tie-up after Brazil suspension reversed

S - US planemaker Boeing and Brazil's Embraer said Monday they have approved the terms of a partnership to create a joint venture now worth $5.26 billion -- more than when they first announced it in July.

Romania slams EU ahead of taking rotating presidency

Bucharest - Leaders of Romania's left-wing ruling majority on Sunday accused the European Union of "discriminatory" treatment, two weeks before the eastern European country takes over the bloc's rotating presidency.
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