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Trump v Biden: the bookmakers' $1 billion election

London - The US presidential election is proving a boon for bookmakers, with estimates that more than $1 billion has already been bet on the winner around the world even before polling day.

UK's Labour warns against 'civil war' after Corbyn suspension

London - Britain's main opposition Labour party on Friday urged shocked members to stand united against anti-Semitism, appealing against a renewal of internecine "civil war" following the suspension of its left-wing former leader.

Nigeria protesters retreat but vow to fight on

London - Young Nigerians who took to the streets to demand better governance are in shock after a brutal crackdown on their movement but say their resolve for change remains undimmed.

Armenian separatists say Azerbaijan closing in on key town

Yerevan - The leader of Armenian separatists in Nagorno-Karabakh said on Thursday Azerbaijani forces were closing in on the town of Shusha, whose capture would mark a turning point after a month of fighting.

US sells oil seized from Iran to Venezuela for $40 million

Washington - The United States said Thursday that it had sold Iranian oil seized on its way to Venezuela for more than $40 million.Washington announced in August that it had confiscated 1.

Op-Ed: Boris Johnson's facemask tax is simply wrong

During the height of the coronavirus pandemic the U.K. government issued a tax exemption for facemasks and other personal protective equipment, as a means of making such coronavirus protection measures more widely available. The tax is coming back.

Engelbert Humperdinck talks Christmas special, 'One World' single Special

Global music star Engelbert Humperdinck chatted with Digital Journal about his very first Christmas special on Looped, which will be held virtually on December 12.

Review: Alesso and Charlotte Lawrence delight on 'The End' single Special

Alesso and Charlotte Lawrence deliver on their new single "The End," which was released on October 30. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Locals teed off about new Trump golf course in Scotland

Aberdeen - On the roof of his house overlooking the sea in northeast Scotland, David Milne stands below a Mexican flag and stares down at a palatial golf clubhouse owned by Donald Trump.

Op-Ed: Using ethical proxy servers can protect our personal data

For those concerned with government censorship, spyware, commercial organizations who seek to gather personal data, then the use of ethical proxy servers could present an advantage. Four key reasons are outlined.

Instagram star Brayden Dunbar is filming an American TV series

Australian Instagram star, singer, and model Brayden Dunbar has been very prolific in 2020 from a creative standpoint. Digital Journal has the scoop.

'China is angry': Taiwan anxiety rises as sabre-rattling grows

Kinmen - The tank traps on the beaches of Kinmen Island are a stark reminder that Taiwan lives under the constant threat of a Chinese invasion -- and fears of a conflict breaking out are now at their highest in decades.

Frustration and resignation as weary French begin new lockdown

Paris - An authorisation that needs to be filled out just to take a breath of air. Long traffic jams as Parisians tried to leave the French capital before it was too late. Pressure on supermarket shelves for key goods.

Church attack in Nice: What we know so far

Nice - A knife attacker killed three people, cutting the throat of at least one woman, inside a church in Nice on the French Riviera on Thursday.

Gay couples tie knot for first time at Taiwan military wedding

Taoyuan - Waving rainbow flags and shedding tears of joy, two Taiwanese same-sex couples tied the knot on Friday at a mass wedding hosted by the military in another landmark for Asia's LGBT community.

Japan tests virus measures at near-full baseball stadium

Apo - Fans flooded into a baseball stadium in Japan that will host Olympic events next year as officials tested virus-prevention measures Friday with their eyes on the delayed Games.

Op-Ed: NYT op-ed writer Taylor made a point — Why the bleating?

New York - Miles Taylor of Homeland Security was the insider who wrote an anonymous op-ed in The New York Times. The media thought it was a political insider like Mike Pence or Kellyanne Conway. A Tweetstorm has erupted, and wow, is it dumb.

Politician who led Australia virus lockdown finally takes day off

Melbourne - For 120 days straight, Victoria state Premier Daniel Andrews has faced the cameras to tell anxious residents how his government was battling Australia's worst coronavirus outbreak.

France on edge as man linked to Nice attacker detained

Paris - French police have detained a man believed to have been in contact with the jihadist knifeman who brutally killed three people at a church in Nice, judicial sources said Friday, with security forces on high alert for other attacks ahead of a key Cathol...

Red lines, high stakes for Brand France in conservative Gulf

Doha - French brands have long enjoyed prestige in the Gulf, but the country's clout in the conservative region is in jeopardy amid fury over the French president's defence of cartoons insulting Islam.
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