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Ngon Pok remembers his father and grandfather returning triumphantly to his tribal village in Myanmar's far north with a human head -- and the agony of the tattoo he was given to celebrate their victory.
Only days are a Syrian Army offensive cleared rebels from parts of the key M5 highway opening it to traffic, the Syrian jihadist rebels supported by Turkey hope to be able to take the town of Sarageb blocking the highway once again.
Japan is at a "crossroads" in its bid to prevent a major coronavirus outbreak and may need to reconsider the Olympics if domestic transmissions are not brought under control, an expert advising the government has warned.
Active Cypher, a Californian cybersecurity startup, has constructed a password-hacking quantum computer. This to demonstrate the risks of quantum hacking and how they can impact on businesses today.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is launching a new Artificial Intelligence Policy Observatory (called OECD.AI). The launch takes place on Thursday 27 February, 2020.
Research by MIT has applied AI to antibiotics, and it’s speaking volumes about this line of attack. A new AI-based project has found low-toxicity molecular antibiotics that kill some of the world’s worst bacteria.
Today, the mesh conference announced that the world's first artificial intelligence android to serve as a teaching assistant for a university course will be featured as a keynote speaker at this year's event.
Iranian cyberpolice have arrested 24 people accused of online rumour-mongering about the spread of the coronavirus in the country, semi-official news agency ISNA reported on Wednesday.
Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto, the originator of Football Leaks and Luanda Leaks, has filed a complaint with the EU against Portugal, accusing it of non-compliance with European rules on extradition, his lawyers told AFP on Monday.
Organizations and consumers need to keep Internet safety top of their mind year round. One option is to use private Internet search functions, according to Robert Beens of Startpage. He explains how this is technologically possible.
With the danger growing from far-right extremists and torrents of threats against politicians, Germany plans to toughen online speech laws and tighten the screws on social networks.
A "doomsday vault" nestled deep in the Arctic received 60,000 new seed samples on Tuesday, including Prince Charles' cowslips and Cherokee sacred corn, increasing stocks of the world's agricultural bounty in case of global catastrophe.
We are increasingly reliant upon satellite communication. However, as satellites break-up the resultant debris causes risks to other functioning satellites and poses a risk to spacecraft. As space junk accumulates, so too does the problem.
A new study estimates that the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19, in terms of person-to-person transmission, is greater than previous estimates from health authorities. This infers that stricter preventative measures are required.
SpaceX aims to launch an Argentinian space agency 2800 kilogram (6200 pounds) tSAOCOM 1B Earth observation satellite into orbit on a Falcon 9 rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as early as March 30, 2020.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday revealed there was a secret plan to use a double to make public appearances for him, while insisting he vetoed it -- and that he is the real Putin.
Iraq announced the first confirmed case of coronavirus in the capital Baghdad on Thursday, taking nationwide infections to six and raising concerns about the capacity of the dilapidated health system to respond.
El Salvador's Congress on Wednesday night approved a law to investigate and punish crimes committed during the country's 1980-1992 civil war, but President Nayib Bukele said he would veto it.
Syrian rebels reentered the key northwestern crossroads town of Saraqeb lost to government forces earlier this month but fierce fighting raged on in its outskirts Thursday, an AFP correspondent reported.
From the shadow of Chernobyl's nuclear wasteland to international super-stardom and from penniless arrival in the United States, without a word of English, to estimated earnings of at least $300 million.
This month, American pole vaulter Chris Nilsen had a major reason to be proud. He shattered the collegiate indoor record in the men's pole vault.
Beyonce kicked off a star-studded memorial ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday for basketball great Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna who died along with seven others in a helicopter crash last month.
Mondo Duplantis has another major reason to be proud. He won the men's pole vault competition at the All Star Perche in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
With February of 2020, nearing to a close, it is evident that Adam Lambert released the greatest single of the month — "Roses."
Singer-songwriter Colton Dixon ("American Idol" fame) chatted with Digital Journal about "Miracles," and becoming a father for the first time.
The daytime community mourns the loss of soap opera creator, Lee Phillip Bell. She passed away on February 25 at the age of 91.
Academy Award-winning actress Melissa Leo is one of the most talented and underrated character actresses of our generation. This journalist lists 10 exceptional acting projects of hers, in no particular order.
Earlier today the mesh conference announced the dates, format and speaker lineup for its 2020 event. The national digital transformation event also announced that it's moving the event to Calgary as its new host city.
Experian released its annual Global Identity & Fraud Report providing an insight into areas of fraud and identity theft impacting on consumers and businesses in the digital age.
Businesses are turning to artificial intelligence and machine learning to help to create effective data management systems. While the implementation is challenging, the outcome can be autonomous, self-managing databases. Walt Kristick explains how.
The mesh conference is back. Taking place April 27-28 at TELUS Spark in Calgary — the conference's new host city — mesh is a national event series focused on digital transformation (aka DX). 
Pressure in classrooms is intense and students who struggle in school are less liked by their teachers and peers, opening them up to a risk of depression. In addition, a new survey of U.S. students highlights some mental health issues.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said it was not inevitable that the novel coronavirus would continue to spread in the United States, as he said he is considering travel restrictions on Italy and South Korea and appointed his vice president to lead ...
Loudspeakers blaring hygiene messages, foreign ambassadors locked in their compounds and state media demanding "absolute obedience" to health authorities -- North Korea is taking what diplomats call "unprecedented" measures as it seeks to prevent a cri...
Coronavirus cases spread in Europe and beyond Wednesday, with Latin America confirming its first patient as the world scrambled to contain the deadly epidemic that has killed thousands worldwide.
Spain's prime minister opened talks with Catalan separatists on Wednesday to try and defuse a crisis over the region's separatist push that could hold the key to the survival of his minority government.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday vowed Turkey would not take even the "smallest step back" in an escalating stand-off with Damascus and Russia over the northern Syrian region of Idlib.
Malaysia was plunged into a bitter power struggle Wednesday as Mahathir Mohamad sought to form a unity government following his shock resignation, but old foe Anwar Ibrahim also pushed to become premier.
Iran said on Wednesday it was open "to any initiative" as Western powers stepped up efforts to save a 2015 deal to curb Tehran's nuclear ambitions -- on life support since a 2018 decision by the US to withdraw its backing and reimpose sanctions.
New Jersey just became the first state to impose that builders take into account the impact of climate change in order to win government approval for projects. Rhonda Landis from FacilityConneX looks into what needs to be done.
Cases of polar bears killing and eating each other are on the rise in the Arctic as melting ice and human activity erode their habitat, a Russian scientist said Wednesday.
Nearly 90 percent of the 200 cities beset by the world's highest levels of deadly micro-pollution are in China and India, with most of the rest in Pakistan and Indonesia, researchers reported Tuesday.
Australia's wildfires have destroyed more than a fifth of the country's forests, making the blazes "globally unprecedented" following a years-long drought linked to climate change, researchers said Monday.
Iranian authorities on Wednesday announced domestic travel restrictions for people with confirmed or suspected cases of the novel coronavirus, which has claimed 19 lives in the country -- the highest tally outside China where the disease originated.
Pressure in classrooms is intense and students who struggle in school are less liked by their teachers and peers, opening them up to a risk of depression. In addition, a new survey of U.S. students highlights some mental health issues.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said it was not inevitable that the novel coronavirus would continue to spread in the United States, as he said he is considering travel restrictions on Italy and South Korea and appointed his vice president to lead ...
Saudi Arabia on Thursday suspended visas for pilgrims wishing to visit Mecca over coronavirus fears, the foreign ministry said.
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