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Bitcoin breaks above $5,400 in a bullish move

Bitcoin seems to be moving upward again as today it has breached the $5,400 level albeit only briefly. An article by Omkar Godbole at CoinDesk today argues that the 14-week relative strength index (RSI) movement is indicating a possible bullish reversal.

Jewish group slams Polish burning of effigy

Warsaw - The World Jewish Congress has condemned a Polish town after reports that residents hung and burnt an effigy "made to look like a stereotypical Jew" in a revival of an old Easter tradition.

Kim woos Putin as N. Korean labourers toil in Russia

Seoul - While North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is wined and dined with Vladimir Putin in Russia this week, around 10,000 of his citizens will be labouring around the country to earn money for his government.

Interracial couples stand out in post-apartheid S.Africa

Johanesburg - Less than 40 years ago, Mpho Mojapelo and his wife Cheryl might have gone to jail.

Emmy winner Jacob Young dishes on upcoming projects for 2019 Special

Emmy award-winning actor Jacob Young chatted with Digital Journal about his new films, summer shows and he spoke about the Music Modernization Act. As a soap actor, Young was known for his portrayal of Rick Forrester on "The Bold and The Beautiful."

Op-Ed: CIA says Huawei gets funding from China's state security agencies

The UK newspaper, The Times citing a UK source says that the US Central Intelligence Agency told UK intelligence services Huawei gets funds from the People's Liberation Army, China's National Security Commission and a 3rd intelligence branch.

Q&A: How AI can be a lifeline for overworked radiologists Special

Artificial intelligence can analyze hundreds of images in a matter of minutes and triage abnormalities so that radiologists can prioritize potentially critical cases and save lives. An expert from the startup Aidoc discusses the potential.

Essential Science: Gum bacteria implicated in Alzheimer's disease

The bacteria that inhabit the mouth, and especially the gums, if imbalanced can lead to some species dominating others. In these circumstances, there may be a connection with diseases like Alzheimer’s, according to a new study.

Q&A: How insurance is changing in the age of data Special

Using location data provides many opportunities for insurers. Customers are becoming more receptive to the idea of sharing their data in order to benefit from financial products and services. What does this mean for insurance companies?

Samsung delays launch of folding Galaxy smartphone

San Francisco - Samsung said Monday it was delaying the launch of its folding smartphone after trouble with handsets sent to reviewers.Some reviewers who got their hands on the Galaxy Fold early reported problems with screens breaking.

Climate change protesters halt London street blockade

London - Some of London's busiest streets re-opened Monday for the first time in a week as climate change protesters regrouped and plotted a new course after police made more than 1,000 arrests.

'System of Systems' helps utilities manage smart electrical grid Special

With the advent of renewable energy resources, the modern electrical grid has become increasingly complex. One company, mPrest has developed a smart grid technology - "System of Systems." Digital Journal talked with Natan Barak, CEO and founder of mPrest.

Mishael Morgan talks 'The Young and The Restless,' 2019 Emmy nod Special

Emmy-nominated actress Mishael Morgan chatted with Digital Journal about her 2019 Daytime Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Hilary Curtis on the hit daytime drama "The Young and The Restless" on CBS.

New quake strikes as Philippines hunts for survivors

Porac - Philippine rescuers were scrambling Tuesday to reach some two dozen people feared buried under a building near Manila that collapsed a day earlier in a deadly earthquake, as a powerful new tremor hit the nation.

Ruling party, longtime leader back loyalist for Kazakh presidency

Astana - Kazakhstan's ruling party nominated a loyalist to the country's longtime leader as its presidential candidate on Tuesday, setting the stage for a smooth handover of power in the Central Asian nation.

Climbers died after summiting tough Canada peak: official

Montr - Three world-renowned professional mountaineers killed by an avalanche in the Canadian Rocky Mountains had reached the summit of difficult Howse Peak and lost their lives on the descent, Parks Canada said on Monday.

On Earth Day — Verizon announces plan to go carbon neutral

Verizon announced on Monday, April 22, the communications giant will go carbon-neutral by 2035 for Scope 1 and 2 emissions, encompassing direct emissions and those from the purchase of energy.

SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule exploded during engine test

Cape Canaveral - SpaceX has suffered a serious setback in its effort to launch NASA astronauts into orbit this year, with the fiery loss of its first crew capsule on Saturday during an engine test fire.

'Saddest day' as Sri Lanka mourns blast victims

Negombo - Devastated relatives collapsed into the arms of bystanders at memorial services on Tuesday, as Sri Lankans mourned the worst violence since the end of a civil war a decade ago.

$5-tn fuel exploration plans 'incompatible' with climate goals

Paris - Plans by oil and gas majors to spend $4.9 trillion on fuel exploration are "poles apart" from the goal of the Paris climate deal to limit the global temperature rise, a new analysis showed Tuesday.
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