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Mystery Qatari sheikh pushed into Gulf crisis spotlight

Dibai - Two months into a bitter Gulf crisis, Saudi Arabia's use of a previously unknown Qatari royal family member has opened a new -- and bizarre -- front in the conflict.

Chimes of the times: UK frets over Big Ben silence as Brexit looms

London - London landmark Big Ben will fall silent for four years from Monday as a political revolt rumbles on over renovations that will rob Britain of a cherished symbol at a time of national uncertainty.

Online rhino horn auction set to open in South Africa

Johanesburg - An online auction of rhino horn is set to open Monday, after a court in South Africa gave the go-ahead for the sale, which has outraged conservationists.

Review: Canaan Smith's 'Like You That Way' is a summer country anthem Special

Country sensation Canaan Smith's latest radio single "Like You That Way" is perhaps the country tune of the summer of 2017.

Separatist tensions endure in Spain after deadly attacks

Madrid - Spain appealed for unity after the deadly attacks in Catalonia but tensions between Madrid and Barcelona over the region's separatist drive have endured and have even flared up in the police probe.

Review: Adam Lambert phenomenal on George Michael tribute in Los Angeles Special

Los Angeles - On August 19, global music star Adam Lambert paid homage to one of his biggest musical influences, the late George Michael, at the 27th annual Angel Awards GALA of Project Angel Food.

Ten sailors missing after US destroyer collision off Singapore

Singapore - A rescue operation is under way for 10 sailors missing after a US destroyer collided with a tanker east of Singapore on Monday, in the second accident involving an American warship in two months. Guided-missile destroyer USS John S.

Police quash Quebec City anti-racism demo after clashes

Quebec City - Clashes erupted Sunday between police and dozens of anti-racist activists on the sidelines of a pro-immigration rally in Quebec City, an AFP journalist witnessed, while a demonstration organized by extreme-right activists gained little traction.

US destroyer collides with merchant vessel east of Singapore: US navy

Singapore - A US destroyer collided with a merchant vessel east of Singapore on Monday and initial reports indicate it has sustained damage, the US Navy said, adding search and rescue efforts were under way. "The guided-missile destroyer USS John S.

Review: Styx takes their fans on 'The Mission' with new rock album Special

Rock group Styx is back with their latest studio offering "The Mission," which was released on June 16. The CD has a neat concept to it about a "mission" to Mars.

New Type 2 diabetes medication shows much promise

The global pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk has announced that its new drug semaglutide had reduced blood glucose levels and lowered body weight to a statistically significant degree more than those treated with the competing drug dulaglutide.

Mike DelGuidice talks about joining Billy Joel's live band Special

Huntington - Big Shot lead singer Mike DelGuidice sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his August 18 concert at The Paramount in Huntington.

Colombians combat stress with 'Day of Laziness'

Itagui - Colombians in the city of Itagui hauled mattresses and hammocks into the streets Sunday to mark the annual "World Laziness Day," a quirky effort to urge overstressed workers to slow down.

During eclipse, drone tech will study sun's effect on weather

When the Earth turns dark during this year's total solar eclipse, millions of sky-gazers will be relaxing and enjoying the unusual phenomenon, however, climate scientists will be using drone technology to study the sun's influence on weather patterns.

Trump to address nation on new Afghan strategy

Washington - President Donald Trump will announce his decision on America's strategy in Afghanistan in an address to US troops and the nation Monday night, almost 16 years after the war began.

Spain attacks: The imam who 'ate up the brains' of youths

Ripollet - In a little Spanish town by the Pyrenees mountains, a Moroccan imam has come under intense scrutiny, accused of creating the terror cell that allegedly launched the twin attacks in Spain.

Freeze-dried foam developed to soak up carbon dioxide

Researchers have developed a novel technology to help address future environmental concerns. This is a macroscale foam that can rapidly soak up carbon dioxide.

Schools are looking to digital security solutions

Schools and colleges need to be safe environments where students can study and interact with each other safely. Such education institutions also need to be safe from break-ins or from dangerous events, like fires. There are several digital solutions.

Qubits for quantum computers from ultracold molecules

Scientists have discovered that collections of ultracold molecules can retain the information stored in them for hundreds of times longer than comparable materials. Such clusters could serve as qubits for quantum computers.

Logic circuits with diamond-based transistors

Technologists have designed logic circuits for computers designed to function in extreme environments. This type of technology will prove useful in applications like mining and deep sea drilling.
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