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This week’s releases include a modern-day tale of veiled corruption; a deliberate and moving story of cunning entrepreneurship; an adorable feature-length adventure with stackable pals; and a horror movie that hits close to home.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the globe has surpassed 30 million, according to figures by Johns Hopkins University. The global count of COVID-19 infections climbed past 30 million on Thursday with over half coming from three countries.
After US confrontations with Syrian and Russian forces the US is increasing its presence in Syria sending more troops as well as military vehicles into the country.
The U.S. FBI has released a new cybersecurity advisory to academic, public, and private sector partners across the country about previously undisclosed malware attributed to Iranian nation state actors publicly known as Advanced Persistent Threat 39.
The US Commerce Department has ordered app stores to remove popular Chinese-owned video sharing app TikTok and the messaging and payment platform WeChat.
A global hacking collective known as APT41 has been accused by US authorities of targeting company servers for ransom, compromising government networks and spying on Hong Kong activists.
Algorithms are mathematical formulae which can now be used to interpret people’s moods from what they write on social media. If you’re thinking these algorithms must have had a rough ride, you’re right. It's about to get a lot rougher.
Twitter on Thursday said it is tightening security of high-profile politicians, campaigns and journalists as a "critical preventative step" ahead of the US presidential election.
The United States on Friday ordered a ban on downloads of popular Chinese-owned video app TikTok and use of the messaging and payment platform WeChat, saying they threaten national security.
Since her personal phone number was posted online, Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Carol Ng has received menacing calls from strangers and been bombarded with messages calling her a "cockroach".She is not alone.
Apple is upsetting the applecart in such a way that journalists and media properties need to pay attention. Content will no longer be discoverable in the same way and that is set to have a big impact.
A team of palaeontologists have discovered what they believe is the world's oldest animal sperm, frozen 100 million years ago inside a tiny crustacean in tree resin in Myanmar.
A new study finds that individuals who have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea are at an elevated risk of adverse outcomes from COVID-19. This is based on data compiled at the University of Warwick, from reviews of patients.
After more than 20,000 years, Siberia's melting permafrost has revealed an amazingly well-preserved body of a cave bear. The bear still has intact fur, soft tissues and internal organs, including its nose.
Australia is notorious for its venomous spiders, snakes and sea creatures, but researchers have now identified "scorpion-like" toxins secreted by a tree that can cause excruciating pain for weeks.
Poland's ruling right-wing coalition was on the brink of collapse on Friday with leaders mulling a minority government or snap elections after MPs broke ranks over the adoption of a controversial animal rights bill.
'Truly historic', 'a real breakthrough' and 'very big' -- US President Donald Trump let the superlatives flow when he announced a deal between Serbia and Kosovo, earning himself a second Nobel Peace Prize nomination this year.
A fountain pen, silver pocket watch and other prized possessions of the late Jewish-Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman, the real-life hero of the Oscar-winning film "The Pianist," go under the hammer in Warsaw next week.
For most of the year, Uman in central Ukraine is almost indistinguishable from any other sleepy provincial city in the post-Soviet country.
Brazil's government sent its support to Neymar Tuesday after he was red-carded for a fight in a Ligue 1 match in France, condemning the "racism" that triggered the brawl.
Olympic gold medalist and world champion swimmer Melanie Margalis chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL), where she is returning to the Cali Condors team.
Brazilian gymnast Angelo Assumpcao still wonders how far he could have gone if not for the decision he says derailed his career: speaking out against the racism he was subjected to by his white teammates.Could he have made the Olympics? Won a medal?
Olympic and world champion swimmer Olivia Smoliga chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL), where she is competing with the Cali Condors once again.
Nashville artist Julia Cole released her new single "Do You Mind," which is quite stunning. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Ricky Byrd chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his new album "Sobering Times," which will be released on September 25 via Kayos Records.
Armenian singer and actress Dalita Avanesian stars in the digital series "Purgatory" on Popstar! TV. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Country star Granger Smith announced the launch of the fall line of his outdoor apparel company Yee Yee Apparel. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Toilet paper is back on store shelves in the United States. But you may not recognize some of the brands. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, demand for toilet paper has been high, forcing retailers to buy foreign brands, mainly from Mexico.
New Zealand's economy plunged into recession for the first time in a decade on Thursday, posting a record contraction in the June quarter due to the coronavirus pandemic, as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern heads into next month's general election.
Under the time of coronavirus, business growth is challenging. For those looking to invest or to work, where to target investment is important and this is often based on business density.
Looking for inspiration on driving technology adoption and innovation? Look no further than Western Canada’s agriculture industry.
As scientists around the world rush to find a vaccine to stem the spread of Covid-19, another deadly disease, polio, has become the latest target of misinformation campaigns online.
A wedding in rural Maine became a coronavirus "superspreader" event that left seven people dead and 177 infected, renewing fear of the disease in the northeastern US state that had hoped the worst of the pandemic was behind it.
Large parts of Europe on Friday geared up for broad new restrictions to stop the coronavirus, after infections worldwide topped 30 million and the World Health Organization warned of "alarming rates of transmission".
US biotech firm Moderna, one of nine companies in the late stages of clinical trials for a Covid-19 vaccine, became the first to publish the complete blueprints of its study following calls for greater transparency.
With the U.S. election season transparency and truthfulness are key. Gleb Tsipursky and Tim Ward, who have championed the Pro-Truth Pledge, have co-written a book looking at the key ethical considerations and plan for putting trust back into public life.
Belarus and several allies tried Friday to block a video message from opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya at the UN Human Rights Council, where she urged "the strongest" international response to Minsk's abuses.
Poland's ruling right-wing coalition was on the brink of collapse on Friday, with leaders mulling a minority government or fresh elections after MPs broke ranks over the adoption of a controversial animal rights bill.
President Donald Trump's administration posted controversial recommendations on coronavirus testing to the US health agency's website against its objections, the New York Times reported Thursday.
I just love it when President Donald Trump shows the world just how big an imbecile he really is, and this time, what he said is even better than what he said two years ago about Finland spending a lot of time raking their forests.
Chile's environmental court confirmed Thursday a final order to close Canadian company Barrick Gold's huge Pascua Lama mining project, on hold since 2013 over environmental concerns.
Veterinary surgeon Jose Coto's clinic at the El Salvadoran environment ministry has its hands full as it cares for a wide array of injured, neglected or abused wild animals in the Central American country.
An unprecedented coalition of 230 environmental groups and Brazilian agrobusiness companies have sent an open letter to President Jair Bolsonaro urging him to fight deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.
With millions around the world stuck at home due to the pandemic, "plane cafes" in Thailand are offering customers the chance to pretend they are in the sky -- and the idea seems to have taken off.
As scientists around the world rush to find a vaccine to stem the spread of Covid-19, another deadly disease, polio, has become the latest target of misinformation campaigns online.
A wedding in rural Maine became a coronavirus "superspreader" event that left seven people dead and 177 infected, renewing fear of the disease in the northeastern US state that had hoped the worst of the pandemic was behind it.
Large parts of Europe on Friday geared up for broad new restrictions to stop the coronavirus, after infections worldwide topped 30 million and the World Health Organization warned of "alarming rates of transmission".
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