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Op-Ed: The very useful ‘Off Facebook Activity’ settings you need to see

Sydney - Much criticism of Facebook is about the sheer quantity of data it absorbs about user activities. In a much-underpublicized way, Facebook has a way of fixing some issues with “Off Facebook Activity” settings.

'He took a big risk': Mexicans say president pushed Covid luck

Mexico - After months of refusing to wear a mask or abandon his cross-country tours, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's infection with the coronavirus was seen by many Mexicans as the price of tempting fate.

YouTube suspends Trump indefinitely, stops Giuliani monetizing clips

San Francisco - YouTube has suspended Donald Trump indefinitely from the platform and said it will also prevent the former president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani from being able to monetize his clips, US media reported.

Romanian priest becomes troll target for vaccine stance

Cluj-napoca - When Romanian Orthodox priest Dorel Galan went public with his wish to get vaccinated against Covid-19, he was not expecting to be targeted by online trolls and anti-vaxxers.

In the Kitchen: Actress Jillian Clare talks cooking and baking Special

Actress Jillian Clare chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her passion for cooking and baking. She also revealed some of her favorite recipes.

Review: 'The Bay' takes fans on a trip down memory lane to New York City Special

On January 26, the third episode of "The Bay: The Beginning" entitled "Far From The Bay" aired live on Popstar! TV. It was written, directed, and executive produced by Gregori J. Martin. Digital Journal has the recap.

Dutch riots: who are those branded 'scum'?

Den Haag - The Dutch government has vowed not to bow to those it labelled "scum" and "criminals" after riots against a coronavirus curfew, but who is really responsible for the unrest?

Wuhan next-of-kin say China silencing them as WHO visits

Wuhan - Relatives of Wuhan's coronavirus dead on Wednesday said Chinese authorities have deleted their social media group and are pressuring them to keep quiet while a World Health Organization team is in the city to investigate the pandemic's origins.

Why scientists think UK variant could be more deadly

Paris - The announcement that the coronavirus strain sweeping Britain could be more deadly as well as more transmissible has raised fresh concerns about the variant that has spread to dozens of countries.

Remains of historic First Nations fort rediscovered in Alaska

Sitka - The remains of a 19th-century fort in Alaska, the site of a battle in 1804 between the Tlingit clan and Russian soldiers, has been revealed by radar scans. The fort was the last to fall before Russia colonized the land, occupying it for six decades.

'We will fight for our Germany,' Holocaust survivor to far right

Berlin - Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch on Wednesday called for a stronger defence of the country's "fragile" democracy and issued a searing rebuke to the far right: "We will fight for our Germany".

Review: Nikolas catches Carly red-handed in 'General Hospital' on ABC Special

On January 26, Nikolas catches Carly red-handed in the soap opera 'General Hospital" on ABC. Digital Journal has the recap.

Parents of Somali soldiers fear sons fighting in Ethiopia

Mugadishu - Somalia is under growing pressure to explain the fate of soldiers whose families fear they were secretly deployed from training camps in neighbouring Eritrea to fight in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region.

U.S. has the highest rates of vaccine suspicion

Polls vary slightly but the common trend is that just under half of the U.S. population are unwilling to take a coronavirus vaccine. This is despite the U.S. accounting for one quarter of global cases.

Dutch government says won't bow to curfew riot 'scum'

Den Haag - Cities across the Netherlands were calmer on Tuesday after three nights of rioting against a coronavirus curfew as authorities vowed to crack down on the unrest, blaming "scum" for the looting and arson and deploying a huge police presence on the stree...

From France to Rwanda's hills, the husband-and-wife genocide hunters

Karongi - A stunned silence, and then cries of joy ring out in the green Bisesero hills.Survivors of one of the most terrible episodes of the genocide in Rwanda have just spotted Alain Gauthier -- their lifeline to justice.

Israel foundation connects to isolated Holocaust survivors

Haifa - When the face of 86-year-old Holocaust survivor Naomie Lichthaus appeared on their screen, staff at the call centre of Israel's Yad Ezer La-Haver foundation were ready to respond.

'You are not alone': Balkan women seize #MeToo moment

Belgrade - When a Serbian actress accused her former drama teacher of rape last week, the reaction was seismic: thousands of women across the Balkans have since come forward with their own stories, united under the banner "You are not alone".

Indonesian volcano erupts, spewing hot ash three kilometres away

Jakarta - One of the world's most active volcanoes, Indonesia's Mount Merapi, erupted Wednesday, belching out huge clouds of smoke and ash that billowed down the sides of its rumbling crater.

Lindsay Adamson opens up about 'Country Music Feels Like Home' Special

Canadian country artist Lindsay Adamson chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her latest single "Country Music Feels Like Home."
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