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Israeli tanks strike Hamas positions after rocket attack: military

Jerusalem - Israeli tanks fired on Hamas positions in Gaza on Tuesday night after a rocket was fired from the Palestinian enclave towards Israel, the Jewish state's military said.

Many companies dropping Mike Lindell's MyPillow Guy products

Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, has said that a number of companies have stopped selling his products following his continued pushing of baseless allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election.

YouTube extends ban on Trump channel ahead of inauguration

San Francisco - Google-owned YouTube on Tuesday confirmed it extended a ban on new video being added to US President Donald Trump's channel due to the potential for inciting violence.

World Wide Web inventor opposes Australia's news payment plan

Sydney - World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee says Australia's plan to force digital giants to pay media outlets for news content is "unworkable" and undermines a "fundamental principle" of the internet.

Tokyo 'unwavering' on Olympics but fans not guaranteed: CEO

Apo - Olympics organisers are "unwavering" on holding the coronavirus-delayed Games this year but can't rule out staging it without spectators, Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto told AFP.

Carolyn Hennesy talks 'Studio City,' 'She & Her,' 500 GH episodes Special

Emmy award-winning actress Carolyn Hennesy chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her "General Hospital" milestone, "Studio City," and "She & Her."

Iran hails end of 'tyrant' Trump, says 'ball in America's court'

Tehran - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday hailed the White House departure of "tyrant" Donald Trump, saying that "the ball is in America's court" to return to a landmark nuclear deal and lift sanctions on Tehran.

Moscow court delays Navalny war veteran libel trial

Moscow - A Moscow court on Wednesday postponed the start of the trial of detained Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on charges of defaming a World War II veteran, his lawyers said.

Tourism on track in the world's largest cave

Vietnam - Vast rock formations the size of multi-storey buildings loom above Ho Minh Phuc, as he picks a path through the gloom inside the world's largest cave.

How Biden plans to fight climate change

Washington - Joe Biden has said he will return the United States to the Paris climate accord as soon as he takes office, and is also widely expected to block an oil pipeline project in a move that threatens to strain ties with Canada.And that's just the start.

Israel issues tenders for 2,500 new settler homes: watchdog

Jerusalem - Israel has issued tenders for 2,500 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, a watchdog said Wednesday, on the eve of Joe Biden's swearing-in as US president.

Amazon Prime show agrees to changes after India Hindu outcry

Mumbai - The cast and crew of a popular streaming series starring Bollywood megastar Saif Ali Khan have agreed to "implement changes" to the show after ruling party politicians accused it of insulting Hindu gods.

Israel rights group breaks taboo with 'apartheid' tag

Jerusalem - An Israeli non-governmental organisation has accused the Jewish state of "apartheid" in its treatment of Palestinians -- a taboo-breaking move that has seen its representatives banned from speaking in schools.

Ethiopians flex military muscle during Orthodox Epiphany holiday

Gondar - Outside a centuries-old stone church in the northern Ethiopian city of Gondar, a drama troupe performed skits hailing the military defeat of the former leaders of the country's Tigray region.

US declares China committing 'genocide' against Uighurs

Washington - The United States declared Tuesday that China is carrying out genocide against the Uighurs and other mostly Muslim people, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dramatically raising pressure over Beijing's sweeping incarceration of minorities on his last...

Parler is back online with help from Russian security firm

Parler, a social media website and app popular with the American far-right, partially returned online on Sunday – with the help of a Russian-owned technology company.

Butterflies create jet propulsion with a clap of their wings

Paris - The whimsical, wafting flight of butterflies may not give the impression of top aerodynamic performance, but research published on Wednesday suggests their large flexible wings could be perfectly designed to give them a burst of jet propulsion.

Japan plans mass virus jabs ahead of Olympics from May: reports

Apo - Japan aims to start vaccinating the general public against the coronavirus in May -- just two months before the postponed Olympics -- after targeted jabs for the most vulnerable, reports said Wednesday.

Frustrated Amazon villagers tackle Covid with faith potions

Reden - Remote Amazon village communities, feeling abandoned by the state, are turning to religion and traditional remedies for protection in the coronavirus pandemic.

Graphene based face mask uses novel technology to inhibit viruses Special

A face mask that utilizes graphene technology has proven efficacy for capturing viruses at a level comparable with surgical masks and then to inhibit the capture virions through the activity of the graphene. Digital Journal reviews.
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