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Actor Geoffrey Rush wins 'largest ever' Australian defamation payout

Sydney - Hollywood star Geoffrey Rush won a record multimillion-dollar payout Thursday after an appeal by a Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper against a defamation ruling was thrown out by an Australian court.

Op-Ed: What if the pandemic lasts until 2050? It might. Just be stupid.

Sydney - If there’s one thing that sabotages humanity on a routine basis, it’s disorganization and mismanagement. This pandemic is the alpha pig, historically, for both.

Review: Branden & James charms on 'Dancing on My Own' single and video Special

On June 15, musical duo Branden & James released their distinct version of "Dancing on My Own." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Graham Sibley opens up about ADHD in 'The ADHD Artist Podcast'

Emmy-nominated actor Graham Sibley ("Dark/Web" on Amazon Prime) was featured in "The ADHD Artist Podcast," where he opened up about ADHD. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Confederate statues on city land in Richmond to be removed

Richmond - Richmond, Virginia Mayor, Lemar Stoney on Wednesday ordered the immediate removal of all Confederate statues on city land, saying he was using his emergency powers to speed up the healing process for the former capital of the Confederacy.

Eileen Davidson talks '7 Days to Vegas' film, digital age, fans Special

Emmy award-winning actress Eileen Davidson chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the film "7 Days to Vegas," which was directed by Eric Balfour.

Australia considering 'safe haven' offer to Hong Kongers

Sydney - Australia is actively considering providing safe haven to Hong Kong residents in response to China's sweeping new security law, it said Thursday, a move likely to further inflame tensions with Beijing.

France pulls out of NATO Med operation over Turkey tensions

Paris - France said Wednesday it was suspending its participation in a NATO Mediterranean maritime security operation owing to the behaviour of Turkey, in a new escalation of a growing dispute between the two alliance allies.

US buys up COVID drug, as some countries say well-stocked

Washington - Britain and Germany said Wednesday they had sufficient stocks of remdesivir, the first drug to be shown to be relatively effective in treating COVID-19, and of which the United States has bought almost all supply.

Biden campaign outraises Trump for second straight month

Washington - Democrat Joe Biden outraised President Donald Trump's re-election campaign for the second straight month and for the second quarter of 2020, figures released Wednesday showed, highlighting robust enthusiasm for the White House challenger.

Ex-Canada PM Mulroney calls for revised relations with China

Montr - Canada must have an "urgent rethink" of its relationship with China, former prime minister Brian Mulroney said Wednesday as tensions build over the possible extradition to the United States of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Coronavirus complicates Quebec moving season

Montr - Moving house is a palaver at the best of times, but in the Canadian province of Quebec it is even more testing as the majority of leases end on the same day.

Man suspected of stabbing Hong Kong officer arrested on flight

Fpo - A man suspected of stabbing a Hong Kong police officer in the shoulder during a protest was arrested on board a flight that was about to take off for London, police said Thursday.

Gun attack leaves 24 dead in central Mexico

Guanajuato - Gunmen on Wednesday attacked a drug rehabilitation center in central Mexico, killing at least 24 people and leaving seven wounded, local authorities said.

UK offers Hong Kongers citizenship in response to China

London - Britain on Wednesday extended Hong Kong residents a broader path to citizenship in response to China's sweeping new security law for the former UK territory.

Museum or mosque? Top Turkey court to rule on Hagia Sophia

Istanbul - Turkey's top court convened Thursday to consider whether Istanbul's emblematic landmark and former church Hagia Sophia can be redesignated as a mosque, a ruling which could inflame tensions with the West.

South Korea police apologise over botched serial killer case

Seoul - Police identified South Korea's most notorious serial killer Thursday and said he murdered 15 women, as they apologised for a botched, decades-long investigation that saw an innocent man jailed for 20 years.

Trump's handling of pandemic reflected in his approval ratings

Washington - Registered voters across the country have little good to say about how President Donald Trump is handling the coronavirus as the pandemic tears through the country. Only 12 percent of Americans are happy with the way things are going.

Unpopular New Zealand health minister quits after COVID lapse

Wellington - New Zealand's health minister resigned Thursday after a public backlash over his breach of lockdown and his criticism of the civil servant responsible for the country's world-leading coronavirus response.

German MPs bid to close case on ECB bond-buying row

Frankfurt Am Main - Germany's parliament is expected to put to bed Thursday fears that the country's powerful central bank could be barred from participating in a crucial eurozone-wide bond-buying scheme.
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