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Mugabe's successor and the 'poisoned ice cream' plot

Harare - On August 17, the Zimbabwean government issued an official denial that Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was vice president at the time, had eaten ice cream at a political rally.

Review: Danielle Bradbery wows on new album 'I Don't Believe We've Met' Special

Singer-songwriter Danielle Bradbery is back with her new studio album, "I Don't Believe We've Met," which will be officially released on December 1 on BMLG Records.

Sam Kendricks named USA Track & Field 'Male Athlete of the Year'

Oxford - 2017 World Champion pole vaulter Sam Kendricks has a major reason to be proud. He was named "Male Athlete of the Year" by USA Track & Field.

Toronto Hospital to create 'world's leading MS Centre'

Toronto - On Wednesday, St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, Canada announced the creation of a $30-million multiple sclerosis center that will be the largest and most prestigious on Earth for both patient care and research.

Artificial intelligence solution for human resources: Interview Special

Employment Foresight software is an artificial intelligence solution for HR professionals, in-house general counsel, and labor-employment law firms. To understand how the application can aid businesses, we spoke with the software company Blue J Legal.

Apple plans 60x wireless speed boost for iPhone 9

Apple's working on an upgraded antenna for next year's iPhones that will facilitate gigabit transmission speeds up to 60x faster than current LTE tech. If fully utilised, 1Gbps transfers that can download entire movies in under a minute.

Op-Ed: German court rules in favor of destroying forest for coal mine

On Friday, Cologne, Germany's administrative court ruled in favor of energy company RWE, saying an ancient forest near the Belgian border can be chopped down to allow for expansion of a lignite coal strip mine.

Op-Ed: Top 10 country singles of 2017 by male country acts

With the year 2017 almost coming to a close, Digital Journal lists its Top 10 picks for best singles by male country music acts. There are arranged in no particular order.

France halts sales of two Dow pesticides over bee fears

Nice - A French court on Friday halted sales of two pesticides made by US chemicals giant Dow after an environmental group raised fears that the substances could be harmful to bees.

Maritime Launch Service making progress on Nova Scotia spaceport

Canso - Maritime Launch Services Ltd. (MLS) has come a long way since March of this year when it chose a small rural community near Canso, on Nova Scotia's eastern coast, to be the site of a commercial spaceport. Groundbreaking is expected in early 2018.

Argentina's Macri orders probe for 'truth' over missing submarine

Mar Del Plata - President Mauricio Macri on Friday ordered an inquiry to "know the truth" about what happened to Argentina's missing submarine, the San Juan, which disappeared with the loss of its 44 crew.

Dutch St Martin's PM quits after pressure over Irma aid

Den Haag - Dutch Saint Martin's Prime Minister William Marlin announced his resignation Friday after a spat with The Netherlands over aid following a devastating hurricane that hit the Caribbean island.

Macedonia targets 'grandiose' neo-classical monuments

Skopje - A massive urban makeover by Macedonia's former conservative government that covered the capital Skopje with neo-classical monuments will be reviewed by the country's new ruling party.

Italian police in bid to reduce number of women murdered

Rome - Italian police on Friday launched a campaign to reduce the murder rate against women, which has remained stubbornly high despite a decline in the total number of homicides over recent years.

Oscar Pistorius: The 'broke and broken' Olympian

Johanesburg - At the 2012 London Olympics, before 80,000 roaring fans and a constellation of camera flashes, it took Oscar Pistorius 45.44 seconds to become a global icon.

Trump says he turned down Time's 'Person of the Year'

Washington - US President Donald Trump on Friday said he turned down being named Time's "Person of the Year" after the magazine asked him for an interview and photo shoot but did not confirm he would be chosen.

Queensland state votes in election seen as test for far-right

Sydney - Voters in the Australian state of Queensland went to the polls Saturday in a snap election seen as a test of support for the far-right One Nation party ahead of possible national elections next year.

Quantum encryption moves one step closer

High-speed quantum encryption may help secure the future Internet, according to new research. Here the same strange properties that drive quantum computers could be use to create hack-proof forms of data encryption.

'Trash islands' off Central America indicate ocean pollution problem

Omoa - Floating masses of garbage off some of the Caribbean's pristine beaches offer grim evidence of a vast and growing problem of plastic waste heedlessly dumped in the ocean, local residents, activists and experts say.

16 hurt fleeing false terror alert in London's Oxford St

London - Police rushed to London's busy Oxford Street shopping district on Friday after reports that shots had been fired, sparking fears of a terror incident and leaving 16 people hurt in the panic.
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