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Jonathan Stoddard talks 'The Voices' film, career and digital age Special

Actor Jonathan Stoddard chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his latest projects, which include "The Voices," which was released on April 2.

New coronavirus detection method looks at indoor dust particles

A new viral disease surveillance tool is being considered. This looks at indoor dust as an objective for surveillance of the virus that causes COVID-19 - SARS-CoV-2. The aim is to help to inform public health decisions.

EU to get 50 million Pfizer doses early as US prolongs J&J pause

Washington - The European Union said Wednesday that it is expecting 50 million Pfizer coronavirus vaccine doses earlier than expected, as the United States said it would continue a pause in vaccinations using the Johnson & Johnson shot for at least another week...

Ethan Paisley launches campaign for 'The Bystander Effect' film

On April 15, filmmaker Ethan Paisley will launch an LGBTQ-focused film campaign "The Bystander Effect." Digital Journal has the scoop.

US cancels Black Sea deployment of two warships: Turkey

Ankara - The United States has cancelled this week's planned deployment of two warships to the Black Sea, Turkish officials and media said Wednesday, amid high tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

Turkey frees journalist Altan after European rights court ruling

Istanbul - A Turkish court on Wednesday released journalist and novelist Ahmet Altan after more than four years in prison on charges of involvement in a failed 2016 coup attempt that he had always denied.

Russian police raid student news site over Navalny video

Moscow - Russian police on Wednesday raided the offices of student news site DOXA and charged staff with inciting minors to protest as authorities piled fresh pressure on independent media.

Sleaze scandal infects UK politics amid Covid spending spree

London - A drip-feed of revelations over the collapse of an opaque financial firm is raising serious questions about cosy ties between UK politicians, civil servants and big business as the government spends lavishly on fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

Love conquers all for Greek-Turkish couples in Athens

Athens - At the foot of the Hill of the Muses in Athens, classical music fills the apartment where Cihan Tutluoglu lives with his husband Alexandros Massavetas.

Lilly Palmer is the first artist to launch an NFT on Hypery

Techno DJ Lilly Palmer is the first artist on the platform Hypery to launch an NFT (non-fungible token) through their system. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Remote developer hiring is changing the digital industry Special

The ripple effects of the pandemic has forever changed the workforce, including greater use of new technology and remote working. This includes technology in general and within the developer community specifically.

Biden faces tangle of sanctions in talks with Iran

Washington - Reviving the Iran nuclear deal would seem like a simple task for US President Joe Biden. Iran wants him to lift sanctions in exchange for Tehran's return to compliance.

Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff dead in US prison

New York - Bernie Madoff, mastermind of the largest financial scam in history that unraveled during the 2008 economic crisis, died in jail on Wednesday, US prison officials said. He was 82.

PSG and Chelsea wait to discover Champions League semi-final opponents

Paris - Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea will discover their Champions League semi-final opponents on Wednesday as Liverpool host Real Madrid and Manchester City go to Borussia Dortmund in the remaining last-eight second legs.

Irish watchdog launches inquiry into Facebook data leak

Dublin - Ireland's data regulator has launched an official inquiry into Facebook after details on 533 million users were leaked on a hacking website, a spokesman said Wednesday.

Hundreds fleeing jihadist attacks on Nigerian town

Kano - Hundreds of residents of the northeast Nigerian town of Damasak were fleeing into neighbouring Niger on Wednesday trying to escape days of jihadist attacks, locals and a military source told AFP.

UN warns that impact of Caribbean volcano could affect other islands

New York - The humanitarian and economic crisis unleashed by the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano on the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent will last months and could extend to nearby islands, a UN official warned Wednesday.

China's big tech 'rectification' continues after Alibaba record fine

Bejing - A record fine, public penitence from a tech giant and a 'who's who' of digital firms warned to "rectify" their ambitions within a month -- state regulators are showing no one is bigger than Beijing in Xi Jinping's China.

Haiti government resigns faced with spike in kidnappings

Port-au-prince - Haiti's government has resigned and a new prime minister has been appointed, President Jovenel Moise announced on Wednesday, under pressure to tackle insecurity in the country grappling with out-of-control gang violence and a months-long political cris...

Biden summit offer hailed in Moscow as win for Putin

Moscow - US President Joe Biden's invitation to Vladimir Putin to hold a summit was being hailed in Moscow Wednesday as a sign that Washington had blinked first in the showdown with Russia over Ukraine.
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