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RP with only 2 world champs after Tapales was stripped of title

The Philippines is left with just two world boxing titles after WBO Bantamweight Champion Marlon Tapales was stripped of his title for not making the bantamweight limit of 118 pounds during the weigh-in for Tapales-Omori fight Sunday in Osaka, Japan.

From aspiring stylist to jihadist widow: one woman's Syria story

Kamishli - Islam Maytat thought marrying an Afghan-British businessman was her ticket to a new life as a fashionista in London. Instead she became a widow living under jihadist rule in Syria.

Interview: Joel Sajiun talks 'Men of the Strip' at The Tropicana Special

Las Vegas - Joel Sajiun chatted with Digital Journal about the "Men of the Strip" residency at The Tropicana's Havana Room in Las Vegas.

For Chinese fans, popular teen band are mama's boys

Bejing - Liang Shanshan considers herself a mother of two: one child is her biological son, the other is a 16-year-old Chinese teen pop star she has never met.

Syrian refugees are New York tourists for the day

New York - After fleeing war in Syria and arriving in America with her family four months ago, for one day Mona Hafez is not a refugee. She is a tourist seeing the sights of New York."Coming to the park was really fun. Riding the subway was awesome.

French presidential vote: international media react

Paris - International media pored over the results of France's closely watched first round of its presidential election Sunday, with mainstream newspapers flocking to back centrist Emmanuel Macron against far-right rival Marine Le Pen.

Review: Sam Hunt lackluster on 'Body Like a Back Road' single Special

Singer-songwriter Sam Hunt released his single "Body Like a Back Road," and it is easily one of the worst songs on country radio this year.

Russia boosts military spending despite sanctions: study

Stockholm - Russia became the world's third largest military spender in 2016 despite low oil prices and economic sanctions, as the global expenditure rose for a second consecutive year, a study said on Monday.Russia's military spending was $69.

Musicians in aquariums make sounds in a silent world

Aarhus - Talk about fluid tunes: A group of innovative Danish musicians submerged like fish in an aquarium have created an underwater concerto with instruments specially adapted to resonate in a silent world.

Campbell Soup recalls over 4,000 pounds of mislabeled soup

Campbell Soup has issued a recall of one of their soup products due to mislabeling. They are recalling nearly 4,185 pounds of soup.

Giant smoke bombs interrupt PSV v Ajax

Eindhoven - Thick black fumes from smoke bombs engulfed stands at PSV Eindhoven's crunch home game against Ajax, interrupting the match and leaving several fans with breathing and eye problems.

With summer approaching, U.S. prepares for Zika virus assault

As we look forward to the coming of summer, many of us have forgotten the dangers that can accompany the hot weather - Like mosquitoes and the Zika virus. Health officials are already preparing for an onslaught of zika cases in our southern states.

No hurry as India's inspirational centenarian wins gold

Auckland - With a jaunty victory dance, 101-year-old Man Kaur celebrated winning the 100 metres sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland on Monday, the 17th gold medal in the Indian athlete's remarkable late-blooming career.

US: Russia's actions in Ukraine 'obstacle' to improved relations

Washington - US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in a phone conversation Sunday with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Moscow's actions in eastern Ukraine remain an obstacle to improved US-Russian ties, the State Department said.

Maduro says yes to Venezuela elections, but not for president

Caracas - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro called Sunday for local elections in Venezuela -- but not at the presidential level, which millions in his strife-torn nation are demanding.

Ivorian drummer boy turned globetrotting virtuoso

Grand-bassam - Paco Sery was a kid banging on tin cans before a job at a Club Med in Ivory Coast opened the way to drumming for Congo's rumba king Papa Wemba as well as Nina Simone and other jazz greats.

France's presidential election: How the world reacted

Paris - Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Sunday emerged as the projected winners of a nail-biting first round presidential vote in France.

Man lucky to escape croc clutches in Australia

Sydney - A man who accidently snorkeled headfirst into a crocodile in northern Australia escaped with minor injuries as wildlife officers Monday worked to track down the reptile.The croc, measuring up to two metres (6.

Almost 10,000 retail stores expected to close in 2017

Retail stores across the U.S. are closing their doors at a record-breaking rate this year - victims of decades of overbuilding and a rise in online shopping.

UN chief vows to stand up against anti-Israel bias

New York - UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres sought to reassure international Jewish community leaders on Sunday that he would stand up against any perceptions of anti-Israel bias at the world organization.
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