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Country queen Jeannie Seely receives honorary doctorate from LMU

Country queen Jeannie Seely has a major reason to be proud. She received the honorary Doctor of Arts degree by Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) on Saturday, December 14.

Holocaust architect's grave dug up in Berlin

Berlin - The grave of a top Nazi who helped plan the Holocaust and was assassinated by British-trained agents during World War II has been dug up in Berlin, German police said on Monday.

France's pensions chief resigns as strike hits 12th day

Paris - The French official leading a controversial pensions overhaul stepped down on Monday over a scandal involving undeclared payments, as a crippling transport strike against the proposals entered its 12th day, imperilling the holiday plans of thousands.

Turkey sends armed drone to N.Cyprus amid gas dispute

Famagusta - A Turkish military drone was delivered to northern Cyprus on Monday amid growing tensions over Turkey's deal with Libya that extended its claims to the gas-rich eastern Mediterranean.

Op-Ed: Criss Angel puts on the greatest magic show of 2019

World-renowned magician Criss Angel was able to put on the best magic show of 2019 with "Raw — The Mindfreak Unplugged."

India court convicts former ruling lawmaker of teen rape

New Delhi - A former ruling party lawmaker was convicted Monday of raping a teenager in a high-profile case that underscored India's rampant sexual violence and the impunity enjoyed by the elite.

NATO faces most 'complex security' environment in its history: chief

Kuwait City - NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday the powerful western military alliance was facing the most "complex security" environment in its history amid rising tensions between member states.

China's Xi gives Hong Kong leader 'unwavering support'

Bejing - Chinese President Xi Jinping told beleaguered Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Monday that she had Beijing's "unwavering support" despite another huge pro-democracy rally earlier this month and her government's thrashing at recent local elections.

N. Ireland parties revive power-sharing talks after UK vote

Belfast - Northern Ireland's squabbling parties met Monday in the hope of reviving their power-sharing regional government after three years, with the UK election having cleared the path to Brexit.

Bali's drugged, smuggled orangutan headed back to the wild

Bali - A baby orangutan that was drugged by a Russian trafficker in a failed bid to smuggle it out of Bali will be released back into the wild.

Lauren Davidson to host the first 'Urban Country Jam' in New York Special

Country singer-songwriter Lauren Davidson will be hosting the "Urban Country Jam" on February 22 at the Cutting Room in New York.

Sena Kana talks about 'Up,' working with Wiz Khalifa and Sheppard Special

Tokyo-based singer Sena Kana chatted with Digital Journal about "Up," where she collaborates with Wiz Khalifa and Sheppard.

Protest-hit Lebanon postpones talks to pick new PM

Beirut - Lebanon's president on Monday postponed consultations to select a new prime minister after weeks of largely peaceful street protests descended into violence, leaving dozens wounded in clashes with security forces.

China calls expulsion of diplomats from US a 'mistake'

Bejing - China on Monday called the expulsion of diplomats from the US a "mistake" following reports that Washington quietly expelled two embassy officials in September after they drove onto a sensitive military base in Virginia.

French commuters face 12th day of transport strike over pensions

Paris - French commuters endured a twelfth day of misery on Monday as the government and unions traded blame for a crippling transport strike over a pensions overhaul that has put holiday travel plans at risk for thousands.

China says Arsenal's Ozil 'deceived by fake news'

Shanghai - China accused Mesut Ozil Monday of being "deceived by fake news" and said he should visit Xinjiang to see for himself after the Arsenal footballer decried the treatment of the region's Uighur minority.

Lebanese president postpones consultations to select new PM

Beirut - Lebanese President Michel Aoun on Monday postponed consultations to select a new prime minister, after violent clashes erupted over the weekend between protesters and security forces.

China says Ozil 'deceived by fake news' on Uighurs

Bejing - China said Monday that Arsenal footballer Mesut Ozil was "deceived by fake news" after he posted criticism of Beijing's treatment of its Uighur minority, and urged him to visit Xinjiang to see for himself.

China's Xi gives Hong Kong leader 'unwavering support'

Bejing - Chinese President Xi Jinping told beleaguered Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Monday that she had Beijing's "unwavering support" after another huge pro-democracy rally earlier this month and her government's thrashing at recent local elections.

India protests rage over 'anti-Muslim' law

New Delhi - Fresh protests rocked India on Monday as anger grew over new citizenship legislation slammed as anti-Muslim, after six people died in the northeast and up to 200 were injured in New Delhi.
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