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UN summer camps give respite to traumatised young Gazans

Gaza - The UN is offering tens of thousands of children in the Gaza strip, traumatised by three wars with Israel since 2008, a summer break at play camps throughout the territory.

Samsung fires back at Huawei with patent case

Samsung Electronics has hit back at rival Huawei, filing a patent infringement case against the Chinese electronics company in a move seen to worsen the two firms’ rivalry.

Munich attacker 'was shy video game fan'

Munich - A quiet, helpful teenager who loved playing video games: neighbours of David Ali Sonboly say there were no warning signs before his deadly rampage at a Munich shopping mall.

Toxic algae bloom hits Utah Lake as heat bakes most of U.S.

Provo - A toxic algae bloom has forced the closure of one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi River this weekend as much of the United States swelters under a massive and dangerous heat wave.

Five young Indians die in suspected 'honour' killings

New Delhi - Five young people in northern India are believed to have been murdered by their families or partner's relatives in suspected honour killings, in three separate incidents this week, police said Saturday.

Chatting with Vinnie Dombroski: Lead singer of Sponge Special

Huntington - Vinnie Dombroski, the lead singer of the rock band Sponge, sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his concert at The Paramount on July 22.

15 injured in Welsh bus accident in France

Strasbourg - Fifteen people were injured, two of them seriously, when a bus carrying teenagers from Wales rolled over on a motorway in eastern France on Saturday, the local gendarmerie said.

Turkey EU minister says 'not end of road' for membership bid

Ankara - Turkey's EU minister said Saturday that the failed coup does not spell the end of its membership bid and pledged to abide by the terms of the refugee deal with the bloc.

Turkey detains Gulen's nephew after coup attempt: State media

Ankara - Turkey has detained a nephew of US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen after last week's failed coup, state-run media reported Saturday, the first time one of the his relatives has been apprehended in the current crackdown.

Interviewing the Interviewer: YouTube star DanielxMiller Special

YouTube host DanielxMiller chatted with Digital Journal about being the host of "The Underwear Expert," his own channel and the entertainment scene.

S. Sudan ex-rebel Machar leader fires possible rival

Juba - South Sudan's vice president and former rebel leader Riek Machar has fired a minister suspected by his group of being tapped by the government to replace him.

Iraq PM seeks to speed up death penalty implementation

Baghdad - Iraq's prime minister is seeking to speed up the implementation of death sentences, his office said Saturday, despite persistent concerns over flaws in the judicial system that hands them down.

Hungary PM becomes first EU leader to endorse Trump

Budapest - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Saturday became the first European leader to endorse US presidential candidate Donald Trump, calling him a "better option" for the bloc than his rival, Hillary Clinton."I am not a Donald Trump campaigner.

Picture of Prince George feeding dog ice cream causes outrage

Animal rights groups, the RSPCA, veterinarians and others on social media weighed in after a picture was released showing three-year-old Prince George offering ice cream to the family dog.

Coalition air strikes hit Qaeda in Yemen

Aden - Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck Al-Qaeda positions in southern Yemen on Saturday killing several jihadists, as government forces appeared set on a new offensive, military officials said.

Munich pulls together after shopping mall shooting

Munich - In the chaos after the Munich mall shooting, city residents spontaneously offered shelter to strangers -- a move that Chancellor Angela Merkel said showed that Germany's strength lies in its values.

Three Turks among Munich shooting dead: foreign minister

Ankara - Three Turkish citizens were among the nine people killed in Germany's Munich mall shooting, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Saturday.

Tougher Europe borders push more migrants towards United States

- Europe's toughened borders are prompting migrants to switch focus to the United States, but their trek is being thwarted in Central America, where a bottleneck has formed, according to the International Organization for Migration.

Zimbabwe says probing 'treasonous' rebuke of Mugabe by veterans

Harare - The Zimbabwe government on Saturday denounced as "treasonous" a statement by war veterans berating President Robert Mugabe and his regime for brutal attacks on his opponents.

Turkey frees 1,200 soldiers detained after coup bid

Ankara - Turkey has freed 1,200 soldiers detained after the failed military coup, a top prosecutor said on Saturday, in its first major release of suspects amid global criticism of the crackdown.
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