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Haftar forces press offensive on Libyan capital

Tripoli - Forces backing Libya's unity government battled to push back an offensive by strongman Khalifa Haftar on Sunday as his troops approached the gates of Tripoli after air raids overnight.

Easter blasts at Sri Lanka hotels and churches kill at least 207

Colombo - A series of eight devastating bomb blasts ripped through high-end hotels and churches holding Easter services in Sri Lanka on Sunday, killing at least 207 people, including dozens of foreigners.

Sri Lanka bomber queued at hotel buffet then unleashed devastation

Colombo - The suicide bomber waited patiently in a queue for the Easter Sunday breakfast buffet at Sri Lanka's Cinnamon Grand hotel before setting off explosives strapped to his back.

Op-Ed: Publishers circling around Mueller report, but to publish what?

Washington - The Mueller report, like Trump’s presidency, is one of the more polarizing elements in a highly polarized environment. The question now is what’s going to happen when it’s published. What will be published, what won't?

New analysis of passwords reveals too many that are easy to crack

How much have people learned from the high-profile hacking stories that seem to appear with increasing regulatory? Not so much if a new review of the simplicity of passwords is anything to go by.

Leslie Charleson talks 'General Hospital' fan events and career Special

Emmy-nominated actress Leslie Charleson chatted with Digital Journal about the upcoming "General Hospital" Fantasy events in Illinois and Ohio. She also opened up about her respected career in acting and furnished her advice for young and aspiring actors.

Fears of low turnout mar North Macedonia vote

Skopje - North Macedonians voted for a new president Sunday in the country's first election since changing its name, but there were fears that low turnout would render the poll invalid.

New mayor calls Istanbul rally for 'new beginning'

Istanbul - Istanbul's new mayor on Sunday called for a rally to celebrate a "new beginning" urging people to unite after he won a highly contested race against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party.

Op-Ed: Peace talks on Afghanistan in Qatar indefinitely postponed

The Qatari government which is hosting peace talks with the US, Taliban and Afghan representatives announced that the talks are postponed indefinitely as they never even started even though they were scheduled to begin earlier this week.

Comic poised to take over presidency in Ukraine vote

Kiev - Ukrainians voted on Sunday in a presidential election where a comedian who plays the president on television is expected to defeat the incumbent in a stunning rebuke to the establishment.

To vote or not to vote: Danes, Slovaks at odds over EU ballot

Nyborg - For first-time Danish voter Josepha Pultz Nielsen, voting in the upcoming European Parliament elections goes without saying, but disillusioned Juraj Martiny of Slovakia says he'll abstain because he has no faith in the system.

Studying the Earth's gravity reveals clues about climate change

By studying satellite measurements scientists are piecing together information about climate change based on the terrestrial water cycle, the mass balance of ice sheets and changes in sea levels.

Five facts about Queen Elizabeth II as she turns 93

London - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her birthday on Sunday, marking 93 years in the public glare.Here are five facts about Britain's oldest and longest-reigning monarch.

Review: Susan Boyle amazes on 'Britain's Got Talent,' 10 years later Special

In April of 2019, international singing sensation Susan Boyle made a major comeback on "Britain's Got Talent." She performs on the same stage that catapulted her into a worldwide star.

A month after IS 'caliphate' defeated, challenges aplenty

Beirut - Sleeper cells, prisons teeming with jihadists, camps crammed with their wives and children -- perils abound in Syria, nearly a month after the Islamic State group's "caliphate" was declared defeated.

Police arrest 'yellow vest' demonstrators as clashes break out

Paris - French police said they arrested more than 200 "yellow vest" demonstrators in Paris on Saturday as clashes broke out with demonstrators turning out for a 23rd week of anti-government protests.

Honda cutting production of Accords as buyers shift to SUVs

Marysville - Honda is slowing the production of Accord and Civic cars and is temporarily stopping the second shift at its Marysville, Ohio assembly plant in August in order to retool for hybrids and battery-electric cars.

Anger at poor public services 25 years into South Africa democracy

Soweto - Inside the conical brick tower looming over Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown, Soweto, Busi Hlatshwayo thoughtfully studies 10 giant bronze slabs announcing the core principles of South Africa's Freedom Charter.

Care workers cross Europe's east-west divide

Leoben - Every two weeks, Alena Konecna packs her bags to leave her own mother and daughter at home in Slovakia and travel some 400 kilometres (250 miles) across the border into Austria to take care of someone else's mother.

Review: ‘Hellboy’ gives new meaning to ‘big red’ Special

The latest ‘Hellboy’ takes a different approach to the narrative that fans of the original may not enjoy as much, but it stands on its own fairly well.
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