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Instead of a slow slog on snowshoes, a giant bus sweeps passengers at up to 60 kilometres an hour across Iceland's second largest glacier, which scientists predict will likely be nearly gone by the end of the century.
A teenage Hong Kong democracy activist was charged on Thursday with secession, the first public political figure to be prosecuted under a sweeping new national security law Beijing imposed on the city.
By the time they were wiped out alongside their dinosaur cousins, most winged pterosaurs had evolved from awkwardly airborne to lords of the primeval skies, according to new research published Wednesday.
In the event of a COVID-19 incident inside a room at a workplace, the FIMAP decontamination system can be used. The objective is to disinfect surfaces, using an approved disinfectant with the aid of electrostatic hygienization technology.
True is an app that promotes itself as the social networking app that will “protect your privacy.” Ironically, the app has reportedly been involved with a data breach. A leading security expert looks into matter.
This year, U.S. businesses began facing several confusing new regulations regarding consumer data privacy rights, and tech companies may be more at risk than they realize. Data privacy expert Zak Rubinstein outlines the main concerns.
With a name belying its giant ambitions, China's Ant Group on Tuesday launched a history-making $34 billion IPO in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Capitol Hill clashed with Silicon Valley Wednesday over legal protections and censorship on social media during a fiery hearing a week before Election Day in which Twitter's Jack Dorsey acknowledged that platforms need to do more to "earn trust.
Facebook is leveraging its vast resources to help protect the 2020 election against the kind of massive manipulation and disinformation efforts that the platform failed to act on in 2016.
France said on Friday it would crack down on social media posts that put people in danger by divulging their personal details, a week after the murder of a teacher targeted in an online campaign over Prophet Mohammed cartoons.
Pakistan said Monday it would lift a recent ban on the video-sharing app TikTok after assurances that "immoral" content would be blocked.
Analysis of the genomes of hundreds of people from across Africa has shed light on ancient migrations and modern susceptibility and resistance to disease, revealing unexpected genetic diversity.
Leishmania is a flesh-eating, microscopic parasite that affects millions of people each year, in 98 countries and territories. The disease is transmitted by sandfly bites and causes a disease called leishmaniasis. It is not native to Canada or the U.S.
A new study into coronavirus prevention measures finds that certain mouthwashes and other forms of oral rinses may inactivate human coronaviruses and hence significantly lower the viral load.
Late on Monday, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), ended a study into the effectiveness of Eli Lilly's antibody treatment for hospitalized COVID-19 patients due to a lack of effectiveness.
Seven prisoners died in western Afghanistan after they swallowed "poisonous" pills stolen from the jail's clinic during a riot, officials said on Thursday.
Azerbaijan on Thursday launched its heaviest missile strikes in a month of fighting on the largest city in its Armenian-populated breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh, separatist officials said.
China is the "gravest threat" to the future of religious freedom, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday, in his latest verbal assault on Beijing during a whirlwind Asian tour.
Algerians are set to vote Sunday in a constitutional referendum the government touts as heralding a "new republic", but a long-running protest movement rejects the exercise as window-dressing.
Tokyo 2020 organisers and Japanese officials said Tuesday they may set up an infectious disease control centre at next year's pandemic-postponed Games, as they debate how to hold the event safely.
Cali Condors won the second day of Match 4 in the International Swimming League (ISL) competition of Season 2. Digital Journal has the recap.
On October 26, the Cali Condors swimming team won day one of Match 4 in the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL).
On October 26, German swimmer Marco Koch of the New York Breakers gave the swimming team a good reason to celebrate at ISL Match 4.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Sting will be releasing his highly-anticipated album "Duets" on November 27. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Acclaimed musician Gary Drum chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his harp music and the aspects of his creative productions and electro-acoustic harp.
Six-time Tony and Emmy nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh was spotlighted on "The Donna Drake Show." Digital Journal has the scoop.
"Kiss the Ground," directed by Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell, is an Oscar-worthy documentary on the environment. Digital Journal has the scoop.
The most essential item in aircraft engineer Tao Rui's possession during a recent outing in Shanghai was the Alipay smartphone app from Ant Group, a company little known outside China until it unfurled plans for the biggest IPO in history.
Brazil's state-run oil giant Petrobras announced Wednesday it reduced its losses in the third quarter of the year, the company's third negative result in a row due to the global economic meltdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Prior to the disruption caused by the pandemic, the pace of digital transformation in Canada was lagging behind other parts of the world, according to Vanson Bourne and Dell Technologies. Is this about to change?
The U.S. government will pay Eli Lilly $375 million to supply 300,00 doses of its experimental antibody drug to treat the coronavirus, the company announced Wednesday, pending its receiving an emergency use authorization for the treatment from the FDA.
India passed eight million coronavirus cases on Thursday, with the world's second-worst-hit country bracing for a new wave of the pandemic.There have also been more than 120,000 deaths across the country of 1.
Russia has applied to the World Health Organization for accelerated registration and pre-qualification of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, the country's sovereign wealth fund said Tuesday.
Tests on more than 365,000 people in England have shown that the antibody response to the COVID-19 virus appears to fall quite rapidly after infection, according to scientists at the Imperial College London.
The president of Fox News and several of the network’s top anchors have been advised to quarantine after being exposed to someone on a private flight who later tested positive for the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden will rally voters just hours apart in the Florida city of Tampa on Thursday, their campaign paths crossing for the first time as the rivals' fight for the White House enters its frenetic final days.
In a press release issued on Tuesday afternoon, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy said that it considered “ending the COVID-19 pandemic” to be one of President Donald Trump’s major first-term accomplishments.
Protesters took to the streets in Iraq's capital Baghdad for a second day in a row demanding government reforms. They were confronted by police who fired tear gas and used stun grenades that led to an exchange at bridges to the Green Zone.
US presidential hopeful Joe Biden voiced support Tuesday for the Belarus opposition in its general strike against President Alexander Lukashenko, saying the strongman was illegitimate.
Fall is that time of year when we experience a mixture of gladness with the end of summer's heat and humidity, and a time of anticipation, knowing the awe-inspiring colors of autumn are a foretaste of colder weather.
Zeta has regained its hurricane status and the Gulf Coast is beginning to see conditions deteriorate quickly ahead of a predicted landfall on Wednesday afternoon.
Sea ice in the Arctic was at record lows for October, as unusually warm waters slowed the recovery of the ice, Danish researchers said Wednesday.Diminishing sea ice comes as a reminder about how the Arctic is hit particularly hard by global warming.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday pledged his country will try to become carbon neutral by 2050, although he stopped short of promising to achieve the ambitious goal, seen as crucial to the fight against climate change.
The German city of Nuremberg has cancelled its world-renowned Christmas market over soaring coronavirus cases, officials said on Monday.
India passed eight million coronavirus cases on Thursday, with the world's second-worst-hit country bracing for a new wave of the pandemic.There have also been more than 120,000 deaths across the country of 1.
Nine years late and eye-wateringly over budget, the Berlin region's new international airport will finally open on Saturday -- in the middle of a global pandemic that has crippled air travel."We are ready for take-off!
Russia has applied to the World Health Organization for accelerated registration and pre-qualification of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, the country's sovereign wealth fund said Tuesday.
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