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Op-Ed: Why Manny Pacquiao lags behind in training for the Horn fight

Manny Pacquiao's longtime trainer Freddie Roach could not hide his disappointment over the slow pace of Pacquiao's ongoing training for his upcoming fight against Jeff Horn on July 2 at the Suncorp Arena in Brisbane, Australia.

Review: Trent Tomlinson soars on 'That's What's Working Right Now' single Special

Country singer Trent Tomlinson is back stronger than ever with his newest radio single "That's What's Working Right Now."

Massive mudslide on Calif. coastal highway closes it indefinitely

Big Sur - A portion of California's Pacific Coast Highway was blocked over the weekend by a massive mudslide that buried a part of Highway 1 under a 40-foot layer of rock and dirt and cut off access to a region that depends heavily on tourism to survive.

Kristii talks new single 'Lightning,' working with Chris Brown Special

Austrian songstress Kristii chatted with Digital Journal about her new single "Lightning," where she collaborates with Chris Brown.

Iraqi artist secretly chronicled IS brutality

Al Hamdaniyah - Mustafa al-Tha'i worked in secret at night, using his brushes and pencils to record the violence he saw during the day under the Islamic State group's brutal reign in Iraq.

Trump's planned sell-off some oil reserves roils oil markets

Washington - The Trump plan to sell off half of the US strategic oil reserve was a surprise move and goes counter to OPEC's attempts to limit supply and boost prices.

Amir Khan gears up for looming rematch against Lamont Peterson

It looks like Amir Khan won't be facing Manny Pacquiao anytime this year following Terence Crawford's knockout win over Felix Diaz last weekend and with promoter Bob Arum now all fired up to make the Pacquiao-Crawford fight happen before end of the year.

World's largest solar plant to begin construction immediately

Abu Dhabi - The government-owned power utility, Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA) has closed a 3.2 billion dirhams ($872 million) financing deal to build the world's largest solar power plant, it was announced on Wednesday.

OPEC oil squeeze to remain, but will it lift prices?

Vienna - Oil producers within and outside OPEC are expected Thursday to extend a deal cutting output aimed at lifting the price of crude, but US rivals could spoil the party.

Pope risks joke about Trump's size

Vatican City - It could have caused a diplomatic incident but a culinary quip from Pope Francis seemed to have gone down well with Donald Trump and his wife Melania.

Apple launches coding course for high school and college students

Apple has launched a new app development course aimed at teaching high school and college students to create fully-fledged mobile products in its Swift programming language. The full-year course delivers all the basics required to create a complete app.

Hackers find way to hijack PCs using malicious subtitle files

Hackers have discovered a way to take control of computers using a creative exploit of subtitle files in media players. Researchers found that several highly successful multimedia programs house a subtitle flaw that could hand attackers complete control.

Review: All That Remains awesome on new studio album 'Madness' Special

Acclaimed heavy metal band All That Remains is back with their latest studio album, "Madness," released on Razor & Tie, and it is quite the rocking effort.

Toddlers among dozens dead in new Med disaster

Rome - At least 34 people including young children drowned Wednesday when they fell off an overloaded migrant vessel in the Mediterranean, where tensions are rising between aid ships and the Libyan coastguard."There's a critical situation today.

Comcast criticised for trying to shut down net neutrality site

Comcast has threatened legal action against a site run by a group of net neutrality advocates. The site in question was trying to establish who's responsible for a deluge of fake anti-net neutrality comments. Comcast has objected to the use of its name.

Sea levels are rising three times faster than previously thought

New scientific analysis has found that the Earth's ocean levels are rising nearly three times faster than they were before 1990, a strong indication that sea level rise is accelerating.

Trump meets wary NATO and EU in 'hellhole' Brussels

Brussels - Donald Trump meets NATO and EU leaders on Thursday in the city he once derided as a "hellhole", with nervous allies hoping for a strong show of commitment from the US president.

Iraq war made Britain prime jihadist target: expert

Paris - Britain has been a prime target for jihadist groups for nearly 15 years, beginning with Al-Qaeda and now the Islamic State group (IS) which claimed the Manchester bombing.

'The Illusionists' to perform at Tilles Center on Long Island

Greenvale - On June 1, "The Illusionists: Live from Broadway," will take place at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in New York.

Emojipedia adds trends to let you check which emoji are popular

A new emoji tool hopes to help you avoid digital embarrassment by letting you know when your most frequented symbols are heading out of fashion. The current trends suggest you should be accompanying your tweets and messages with dog icons today.
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