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Tents and razor wire: Cyprus struggles with migrant influx

Kokkinotrimithia - In the thick of the coronavirus lockdown in Cyprus, authorities gave a group of asylum seekers a stark choice: move to an overcrowded camp or go home.

First Russian strikes in 3 months hit NW Syria: monitor

Beirut - Russian air strikes have hit Syria's last major rebel bastion for the first time since a March ceasefire came into force, a war monitor said on Wednesday.

Mattea Conforti talks AMC's 'NOS4A2,' 'Frozen 2,' and digital age Special

Teen actress Mattea Conforti (who played the lead role in "Matilda" on Broadway) chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about AMC's "NOS4A2" and being a part of "Frozen 2."

Iranian scientist freed by US back in Iran: reports

Tehran - Iranian scientist Sirous Asgari has arrived back in Iran after being released from prison by its arch-foe the United States, Iranian media reported Wednesday.

Review: Brayden Dunbar releases infectious 'Better Alone' single Special

Musical artist and Instagram sensation Brayden Dunbar released his new single "Better Alone." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Malaysian beauty queen sorry over racist US protest remarks

Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian beauty queen has apologised after her comments that black people should "relax" in response to raging US protests against police racism sparked an online outcry, including condemnation from "Crazy Rich Asians" actor Henry Golding.

Tropical Storm Amanda death toll rises to 26 in Central America

Sansalvador - The death toll from Tropical Storm Amanda in Central America rose to 26 even as a new storm was forming in the Gulf of Mexico, reports said on Tuesday.

Italy thirsts for tourists as country reopens to Europe

Rome - Italy reopened to travellers from Europe on Wednesday, three months after the country went into coronavirus lockdown, with all hopes pinned on reviving the key tourism industry as the summer season begins.

Floyd killing shows 'true face' of US: Iran's Khamenei

Tehran - The police killing of unarmed African-American George Floyd shows the "true face" of the United States and its oppression of the peoples of the world, including its own, Iran's supreme leader said Wednesday.

Memory of Rodney King riots looms over LA protests

Los Angeles - Protests across Los Angeles have stirred up painful memories of the city's notorious Rodney King and Watts race riots, when African-American anger over police brutality resulted in deadly clashes.

South Korea approves remdesivir for virus patients

Seoul - South Korea on Wednesday issued an emergency authorisation for the anti-viral drug remdesivir to be used to treat coronavirus patients, paving the way for imports.

Lesotho's ex-first lady back in custody over murder of rival

Maseru - Lesotho's former first lady, Maesaiah Thabane, returned to custody on Wednesday after a court revoked bail that she had been controversially given over the murder of her husband's estranged wife.

Anxiety rises over attacks on media covering US protests

Washington - A wave of attacks on journalists covering US protests is driving growing anxiety in the media, with some blaming President Donald Trump for creating an atmosphere that encourages violence.

Sudan protesters rally one year after bloody crackdown

Khartoum - Sudanese protesters took to the streets of Khartoum Wednesday, angrily demanding justice for scores of pro-democracy demonstrators killed a year ago in a bloody crackdown.

Hungary haunted by post-WWI 'dismemberment', 100 years on

Szeged - For Hungary's nationalist leader Viktor Orban it marks the country's darkest day: "June 4, 1920," a date carved into a triangular column marking the spot where the Hungarian, Romanian, and Serbian borders meet.

The Lancet casts doubt over hydroxychloroquine study

Paris - The Lancet has issued an "expression of concern" over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine it published that led to the World Health Organization suspending clinical trials of the anti-viral drugs as a potential treatment for COVID...

Could daily aspirin act as a migraine prevention method?

For those affected by migraines the impacting on lifestyle is problematic, leading to some to suffer for over 72 hours, reacting to light and sound, whilst experiencing severe headaches and nausea. Could aspirin help?

Review: No one ends where they began in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a must-see horror picture; a new chapter in a fuzzy character’s life; everything about life after death; an apt adaptation; and a Tom Cruise triple feature.

Working from home? How to protect yourself from employer spying Special

Employer surveillance is on the rise, aimed at those undertaking remote working. How can employees protect themselves? Ideas include not using work equipment for your personal activities, chatting securely, and securing company files.

Europe tries to reassure Russia over Libya arms embargo mission

New York - Europe tried to reassure Russia during a UN Security Conference video call Tuesday after a French warship intercepted an oil tanker off the coast of Libya under an operation to halt the flow of arms to the North African country.
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