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German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Britain Tuesday that there would be "no cherry-picking" in talks on future relations with the European Union.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker called Tuesday on Prime Minister David Cameron to clarify quickly when Britain intends to leave the EU, saying there can be no negotiation on future ties before London formally applies to exit.
British health minister Jeremy Hunt on Tuesday raised the possibility of holding a second referendum on the terms of Britain's departure from the European Union, but stressed Britain "must" leave the bloc.
Turkey is ready "if necessary" to pay compensation to Russia after it shot down one of Moscow's military jets over Syria in November, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has said.
The Mars rover Curiosity has made a surprising discovery on the Martian surface. The rock sample offers tantalizing clues as to how the planet evolved.
One of the lasting effects of West Nile virus, for some sufferers, is neurological problems including memory loss. A new study links this to an immune reaction.
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is well-known for Mt. Baldy, an enormous sand dune that until 2013 was open to the public. In 2013, mysterious holes began appearing in the dune, one almost swallowing a young boy alive. Now we know what causes the holes.
A new study suggests that heavy exposure to Disney princesses makes little boys more likely to share their toys; however, little girls are more likely to have stereotypical attitudes about gender.
Last weeks NBA Draft didn't have much drama in the early stages of the first round. Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram where clearly the top prospects and selected one and two respectively, but for fans looking ahead, 2017 will have a much different feel.
WBO youth Inter-Continental Super Bantamweight champion Albert Pagara of the Philippines makes his second pro fight in the U.S. against Mexican challenger Cesar Juarez on July 9 at the San Mateo Event Center, San Mateo, California.
A parachute failed to open in time and an American BASE jumper died on Sunday morning in Squamish. Reports say his chute opened but so late that he died on impact.
The majority of Filipino boxing fans want Manny Pacquiao to continue fighting because they know that boxing is his expertise and not politics, where he is struggling to become a seasoned politician.
‘Swiss Army Man’ is a bizarre yet humorous movie that centres on the friendship of a desperate man and a gaseous corpse.
Magician Criss Angel has issued a million-dollar challenge entitled "Help," in an effort to help make pediatric cancer disappear, which is a cause close to his heart.
‘The Neon Demon’ is a mesmerizing picture with a stunning visual style that constantly demands and rewards the viewer’s attention.
This week’s releases include new high-def editions of classic sci-fi series; a well-lived comedy featuring a talented cast; a few library titles from some familiar actors’ early careers; and a thriller with an otherworldly twist.
Panama is preparing to officially open its canal this weekend to far bigger cargo ships after nearly a decade of expansion work aimed at boosting transit revenues and global trade.
Bank employee Francesca Crimp broke down in tears on Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union, triggering an earthquake in the City of London financial hub."I'm scared, I voted for my son's future and I feel so uncertain now.
Britain's economy was plunged into a dizzying unknown on Friday as the country lurched towards the EU exit, with the world economy bracing for a hit on growth and unemployment.
Facebook has added political scenarios to its bias training program in the wake of the controversy that the social network was suppressing conservative news, Sheryl Sandberg announced during an interview with the American Enterprise Institute.
A new technique, using the carbon based material graphene, should mean that fold-away electronics are a step closer to being a reality.
Google is reportedly planning a move to disrupt the Android ecosystem by launching its own smartphone developed entirely in-house. Its current range of Nexus handsets are built by external companies. Google now wants control, abandoning the Nexus name.
Back in February, Indian telecoms firm Ringing Bells unveiled a smartphone that costs just $4. It quickly ran into trouble though, being investigated for fraud allegations and claims it directly copied other handsets. Four months on, it's finally on sale.
Google is reportedly asking people their thoughts on a "Chromebook Pro" device. The product does not currently exist in Google's line-up, suggesting the company is working on a new premium laptop or tablet running its own Chrome OS.
Canada's medical marijuana producers have a pot of problems on their hands. A looming labour dispute has them scrambling to find ways to get their marijuana medicine to customers should the need arise.
Metal implants have been implicated in a new concern where metal is placed on metal. Specifically, metal-on-metal hips can cause bone loss.
New figures released by the United Nations suggest that while drug abuse remains a global problem, the rate of drug abuse has slightly fallen. In addition, deaths as a result of the misuse of drugs has stabilized.
In April this year, the CDC took a bold step in saying "There is no longer any doubt that Zika causes microcephaly." But a new study asks, "If this is so, where are the missing microcephaly cases in other nations hard hit by the virus?"
Shell-shocked European leaders will on Tuesday put the screws on Prime Minister David Cameron to expedite Britain's EU exit after its decision to leave rocked global markets and shook the very foundations of the bloc.
"This whole seafront was packed with boats," said Vicky Thwaites, surveying the broad beach at Redcar, a once-prosperous town that voted overwhelmingly for Britain to leave the EU. "Now we call it Deadcar. We just feel that nobody cares.
The United States has complained to Russia about a mounting campaign of harassment and intimidation of American diplomats and their families in Moscow, the State Department said.
For the second time in six months, Spanish elections ended up with no party winning a majority although the ruling People's Party increased the number of seats they hold.
About the only country today where a public apology is still accepted is in Japan, and quite honestly, this writer has always thought life would be so much more simpler if that's all it took to right a profound wrong.
A 15-year-old was in a serious condition Monday after he was attacked in his tent by a hyena at South Africa's world famous Kruger National Park, officials said.
A new environmental study indicates that red pigmented snow algae are strongly implicated with the melting Arctic glaciers. Data suggests a 13 percent reduction of the albedo during one year was caused by snow algal blooms.
Peru's state energy company has reported an oil spill in a tributary of Amazon, third major one this year and 21st in last five years, raising fears of yet more pollution of the water and fish on which indigenous villages and riverside communities depend.
Canada's medical marijuana producers have a pot of problems on their hands. A looming labour dispute has them scrambling to find ways to get their marijuana medicine to customers should the need arise.
U.S. Cado Holdings, Inc. has expanded its recall of imported, frozen Swai fillets products that were distributed into U.S. commerce without meeting federal importation requirements. The recall now covers about 28,000 pounds of fish.
Is it possible to regret becoming a mother? The question first posed by an Israeli researcher has stirred a debate in Germany like in no other country, shattering a long-held taboo."In Israel, it was settled in a week.
Metal implants have been implicated in a new concern where metal is placed on metal. Specifically, metal-on-metal hips can cause bone loss.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has turned its big guns on the payday loan industry. The CFPB is proposing new regulations designed to protect consumers caught in a never-ending cycle of debt.
U.S. Cado Holdings, Inc. has expanded its recall of imported, frozen Swai fillets products that were distributed into U.S. commerce without meeting federal importation requirements. The recall now covers about 28,000 pounds of fish.
Jonathan Vadai just wanted a certificate confirming his Jerusalem restaurant as kosher, but he found himself fed up with the Israeli religious authorities overseeing the process.
On June 23, Digital Journal was afforded the privilege to dine at Souvlaki Greek Kitchen in Bayside, Queens, which is a relatively new restaurant.
Coffee lovers have different views on the best coffee. Now University of Bath scientists have entered the ring, claiming brewing more flavorsome coffee arises from chilling the beans before grinding.
With its deserted casinos, ice-cream parlours and seagulls circling above a lofty Victorian pier, the English seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea is like a postcard for the Britain of yesteryear.
Policemen on horseback amble among the sunbathers and new metal detectors dot hotel entrances in Tunisia as the North African country seeks to bring back tourists a year after a seaside massacre.
For years, thousands of Britons made a home of the warm beaches of Orihuela on Spain's Costa Blanca. But after Brexit, many feared Friday their golden time in the sun could be over.
Severe coral bleaching on Australia's Great Barrier Reef could cost it more than a million visitors a year and huge sums in lost tourism revenue, a survey said Tuesday.
Sweden has taken a giant step forward in bringing the world closer to fossil fuel freedom with an "electric highway" that focuses on the carbon-intensive transportation industry's need for cleaner and more efficient energy sources.
Charges were laid against an unlicensed teen driver after a video of his difficulty in putting his mother's SUV back into the garage was recorded and posted on YouTube.
A study by psychologists at the University of Sussex in England concluded that driving while talking on a hands-free phone is just as distracting and dangerous as using a hand-held phone.
A Long Island man who admits being the "Red Light Robin Hood" who has disabled as many as 16 traffic cameras on a Long Island thoroughfare pleaded innocent last week to felony charges.
An Italian consumer group said Saturday it suspected artist Christo's popular floating walkway on a lake had involved an unreasonable waste of public money.
Thousands of people stepped out onto the latest work by renowned artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff in northern Italy Saturday, seizing their chance to "walk on water".
Renowned artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff can walk on water. And thanks to him so can you.
Imagine what Leonardo da Vinci could do if he had a chance to develop an app for the iPhone or what Picasso could have done with PhotoShop. As the New Museum’s Julia Kaganskiy describes it, “Artists wield new tools to create new stories.”
A group of artists, including Taylor Swift, U2, Sir Elton John, and Sir Paul McCartney, have joined a campaign to get online copyright laws reformed.
As more gruesome crimes and attacks show up on live online video, social media platforms are facing new challenges on preventing the spread of gruesome and horrific content.
A top Google employee posted a lengthy response online late last week after Donald Trump chastised the Internet giant over a viral video that accused the company of manipulating its autocomplete search results to favor Hillary Clinton.
Online dating can be a horrible experience. You can get catfished (meaning people online lie), get corny pickup lines, and field weird requests. (Let's not go into the details.)