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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.

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.

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...

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.

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.

Gilles Marini celebrates birthday, to partake in Zoom fan event

Actor Gilles Marini ("Days of Our Lives," "Sex and the City," and "Dancing with the Stars" fame) celebrated his 45th birthday today. Digital Journal has the scoop.

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.

Millions of Pixlr records posted on hacker forum Special

It has been announced that a hacker has leaked 1.9 million Pixlr user records. The data contained information that has the potential to perform targeted phishing and credential stuffing attacks.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been banned from Twitter

Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, was banned from Twitter Monday night after he continued to perpetuate the baseless claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

Coronavirus cases surpassed 100 million worldwide on Tuesday

On Tuesday, the world reached a grim milestone when the number of coronavirus cases worldwide surpassed 100 million people, according to the data tracker from Johns Hopkins University.

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.

Franco-Swiss cold war breaks out over ski border car park

Gingins - Switzerland and France are in a snowball fight over a cross-border car park which serves Swiss ski slopes but has been closed by the French due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Myanmar army raises prospect of coup after voter-fraud claims

Nay Pyi Taw - Myanmar's powerful military on Tuesday raised the spectre of staging a coup as it ramped up demands for an investigation into alleged voter fraud during last year's election, swept by Aung San Suu Kyi's ruling party.

James London talks about 'Cupid's Crossing' audio drama series Special

James London chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about starring in the audio series "Cupid's Crossing," produced by James Lott Junior of JLJ Media, which is coming just in time for Valentine's Day.

Why consumers need to remain savvy with their personal data Special

Marking Data Privacy Day, consumers need to remain savvy when using inline services and this includes questioning what happens to their data and why they should offer personal details to companies.

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.

US Senate confirms Blinken as secretary of state

Washington - The US Senate on Tuesday easily confirmed Antony Blinken as secretary of state, with key members of the rival Republican Party backing him.

Biden signals tougher Russia stance in first Putin call

Washington - President Joe Biden signalled a tougher US stance on Russia Tuesday in his first phone call with President Vladimir Putin, raising concerns over human rights and "aggression" against Ukraine, but welcoming cooperation on a new nuclear weapons accord.

The nine lives of Rwanda genocide survivor Albertine

Karongi - "Goodbye, Mama. We'll meet in heaven." Those were the young Albertine Mukakamanzi's final words to her mother, whom she last saw kneeling in prayer as the men with machetes closed in on their refuge.

In locked-down Lebanon, many fear poverty more than virus

Tripoli - Lebanon may be under a strict pandemic lockdown to stem raging coronavirus rates, but father-of-six Omar Qarhani is still working, desperate to support his family.
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