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Op-Ed: Trade War — China could ban export of rare earth minerals

As the trade war between the U.S. and China escalate, the stakes get higher. Beijing could slam every corner of the American economy, from oil refineries to wind turbines to jet engines, by banning exports of crucial minerals.

'The lion returns' — Modi fans paint the town saffron

New Delhi - Delirious supporters of India's ruling party banged drums and smothered each other in saffron paint as they celebrated Prime Minister Narendra Modi's landslide victory in the country's giant election.

Cannabis look-alike found in Ontario contains carfentanil

Waterloo - Waterloo Regional Police are warning members of the public to be aware of a street drug that looks just like cannabis, but actually contains powerful opioids.

European pilots 'deeply disturbed' by possible 737 MAX return

Apo - European pilots said Thursday they found it "deeply disturbing" that the Boeing 737 MAX was already being considered for a return to service after being grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes.

NATO warns Russia of 'full range' of responses to cyberattack

London - The head of NATO told Russia and other potential foes Thursday that the Western military alliance was ready to use all means at its disposal to respond to cyber attacks.

Op-Ed: UN demands that the UK return the Chagos Islands to Mauritius

The UN General Assembly passed a resolution that demanded the UK hand back the Chagos Islands to Mauritius within six months. Britain separated the Indian Ocean Islands from Mauritius in 1965 to form the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT).

India has ended Iranian oil imports: envoy

Washington - India has ended all imports of oil from Iran, its ambassador in Washington said Thursday, becoming the latest country to grudgingly comply with threatened US sanctions.

Ukraine's Zelensky says first days of presidency 'a shock'

Kiev - Ukraine's new President Volodymyr Zelensky, a comedian with no previous political experience, on Thursday said his first days in office have been "a bit of a shock".

Frankie Valli talks New York shows, future plans, fans, tenacity Special

Brooklyn - Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Frankie Valli chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming shows in New York this July. Valli also shared his advice for young and aspiring musicians and spoke about how technology and streaming changed the music industry.

Jenny McCuiston talks Goldfish Swim School, swimming, technology Special

Jenny McCuiston, the co-founder of the Goldfish Swim School, chatted with Digital Journal about her school and how technology has changed the sport of swimming.

Canada funds A.I. startup to create Country-wide health network

Montreal - Montreal radiology startup, Imagia aims to create a Canada-wide health data platform. In collaboration with the Terry Fox Research Institute and a $49 million grant from the Canadian government, they will make personalized health care a clinical reality.

Regulators ponder: When can Boeing's 737 MAX fly again?

Fort Worth - Two months after Boeing's popular 737 MAX aircraft was grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes, civil aviation authorities gathered Thursday in Texas to consider a burning question: When will the top-selling jet fly again?

Banksy in Venice? New work appears and perhaps the artist himself

Venice - The mysterious British artist Banksy has apparently left his mark on a crumbling wall in Venice, and even claimed to have set up an unlicensed art stall in Italy's famous "floating city".

Fertility tracker: Key metrics to help women to become pregnant

Ava Science, Inc. (maker of the Ava Fertility Tracker) have released results of a clinical trial with 200 women at the University of Zurich. The trial looks at the key parameters that give vital fertility clues.

Horrors of Darfur retold at Sudan sit-in

Khartoum - Standing in front of a tent at Sudan's sit-in, protesters listen to an elderly man recount the horrific atrocities unleashed by recently ousted president Omar al-Bashir's regime in war-torn Darfur.

50 children saved after police bust paedophile website: Interpol

Lyon - International police group Interpol said Thursday that nine people had been arrested in Thailand, Australia and the US and 50 children had been rescued after investigators took down an online paedophilia ring.

Ukraine's Zelensky says first days of presidency 'a bit' shocking

Kiev - Ukraine's new President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Thursday that his first few days since assuming office have been "a bit of a shock", pointing to the challenges at hand.

May postpones her final Brexit showdown

London - The British government on Thursday postponed Theresa May's final Brexit showdown in parliament following an outcry over concessions that looked set to speed up the end of her tumultuous spell as premier.

German YouTuber's diatribe against Merkel's party goes viral

Berlin - A German YouTuber's hour-long rant against Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU party has gone viral, attracting more than five million views by Thursday and putting politicians on the back foot.

First high-powered charging EV station for the U.K.

The first high-powered charging station has been launched in the U.K., provided by the energy service provider Ionity. This will enable EV owners to charge their vehicles in less than 20 minutes.
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