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Kacper Majchrzak talks ISL, Cali Condors, swimming, and goals Special

On November 22, Polish swimmer Kacper Majchrzak chatted with Digital Journal about the International Swimming League (ISL), competing for the Cali Condors, and he opened up about his future goals and motivations. He also shared his definition of success.

Review: Adam Lambert delivers magical performance of 'Closer to You' Special

International pop star Adam Lambert performed "Closer to You" on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on CBS and it was simply magical.

Review: Trisha Yearwood mesmerizes Town Hall in NYC with glorious vocals Special

New York - On November 21, country queen Trisha Yearwood headlined Town Hall in New York City, for a great turnout of country fans.

Romaine lettuce recalled over possible E. coli contamination

Nearly 75,233 pounds of salad kits and bowls - shipped to 22 states—and sold in stores such as Aldi, Giant Eagle, and Sam’s Club have been recalled because they may contain romaine lettuce contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.

Marshall Tucker Band releasing double live CD on Record Store Day

The iconic southern rock group, The Marshall Tucker Band, will be releasing "New Year's In New Orleans: Roll Up '78 And Light Up '79" on Record Store Day.

Understanding the mechanism of a viral explosion

Sometimes, after anti-viral medicines are administered, a 'rebound' occurs and the virus again replicates (and at a rapid pace). The mechanisms behind this have been the subject of new research.

Q&A: Using AI to fool facial recognition systems Special

As more organizations use facial recognition technology, concerns continue to persist around privacy, anonymity and regulation. For some, 'de-identification' is the answer, as Gil Perry, the CEO/co-founder of D-ID discusses.

French city opens famed Christmas market year after attack

Strasbourg - The celebrated Christmas market in France's eastern city of Strasbourg opened for another festive season Friday, with shopkeepers and visitors vowing not to be cowed by an attack last year by a radical Islamist gunman that killed five people.

South Korea salvages military pact with Japan at 11th hour

Seoul - South Korea decided Friday against scrapping a critical military intelligence-sharing pact with Japan, in a dramatic 11th-hour U-turn that came as a relief to the United States.

Op-Ed: US officials meet with UAE supported politician in Libya

Trump administration officials have held several meeting with Libyan politician Aref al-Nayed an alleged ally of Marshal Khalifa Haftar who took control of eastern Libya and is attacking the capital Tripoli supposedly to liberate it from terrorists.

Tesla suffers broken glass mishap during chaotic launch

Los Angeles - The big reveal of Tesla's electric pick-up went embarrassingly wrong when the supposedly impact-proof windows smashed, leaving a flustered Elon Musk to flounder through the rest of his presentation in front of a badly damaged vehicle.

Black shadows in Hong Kong's devastated campus

Fpo - Black shadows flitting around in small groups, deserted rubbish-strewn corridors and cockroaches in disemboweled kitchens: dawn broke on Friday to reveal a post-apocalyptic scene at a Hong Kong campus six days after a police siege began.

Uruguay prepares to shun left in presidential vote

Montevideo - A conservative opposition candidate is favored to win Uruguay's presidential election run-off Sunday as the South American country prepares to turn its back on the left after 15 years in power.

Op-Ed: US script meds cost average 300 per cent more than global prices

New York - If there was ever any question that Big Pharma is milking sick people, a new study has found global price data which shows the United States is the undisputed cash cow. Some meds cost up to 2682% more in the US.

Coldplay no-tour plan highlights growing climate awareness

London - British band Coldplay on Friday won plaudits for shelving a new album tour over environmental concerns, in the latest sign of climate change activism in the music industry.

Trump slathers on the charm as impeachment trial nears

The House impeachment hearings are over and the Democrats are looking to go to trial to impeach President Donald Trump, but not a single House Republican was persuaded to change their mind as to the guilt of the accused.

Jake Shimabukuro to release new studio album 'Trio'

Ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro will be releasing his new studio album, "Trio," on February 14, 2020, just in time for Valentine's Day.

Greek PM condemns EU on migrant kids

Athens - Greece has failed to persuade other EU states to accept around 3,000 unaccompanied minors, the Greek prime minister said on Friday, condemning the bloc for failing to show "solidarity".

Microplastics found in all arctic beluga whales tested

Tuktoyaktuk - Canadian researchers working with hunters from the Inuvialuit community of Tuktoyaktuk, in the Northwest Territories in Canada, were surprised to find microplastics in the digestive systems of beluga whales hunted for food.

Spain mulls $660 mn graft case against uncle of Syria's Assad

Madrid - Spain's top criminal court is mulling legal action against President Bashar al-Assad's uncle for laundering hundreds of millions of euros taken from Syrian state coffers, legal documents showed Friday.
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