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Early adoption of face masks led to lower COVID-19 rates

A new study finds that those countries that were early adopters of mandatory face mask wearing in public saw lower COVID-19 rates compared with nations that put policies in place later, or which have not mandated masks at all.

Why your broadband is so slow (and it's not what you might think) Special

Why are many of our Internet connections are so slow and what measures can we put in place to speed them up? Nick Baker, resident broadband expert at Uswitch provides some answers based on new analysis.

Trump finally dons mask as US sets new virus case record

Bethesda - President Donald Trump finally yielded to pressure and wore a face mask in public for the first time on Saturday as the US posted another daily record for coronavirus cases, while Disney World reopened in a state hit hard by the pandemic.

DNC outlines how voting will work for Milwaukee convention

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has outlined the remote work and voting process for delegates at this year's convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, slated to run from August 17 to August 20, 2020.

UN restarts cross-border aid to Syria but shuts access point

New York - The UN Security Council on Saturday passed a resolution to restart cross-border humanitarian aid to Syria, but only after caving to Russian pressure to close one of two access points into the war-torn country.

Canada's Cliffs of Fundy, Bonavista Peninsula given UNESCO status

Two sites in Atlantic Canada, the Cliffs of Fundy, and Bonavista Peninsula, have been recognized as new UNESCO Global Geoparks, a designation that recognizes sites and landscapes of international geological significance.

Inventor of Israel's Iron Dome seeks coronavirus 'game-changer'

Apo - Daniel Gold, who led the team that invented Israel's Iron Dome missile defence system, has a history of safeguarding the country against what he identifies as existential threats.

Trump ally Roger Stone still a criminal: Mueller

Washington - Donald Trump may have commuted Roger Stone's prison sentence but the president's longtime ally remains a convicted criminal, former special counsel Robert Mueller said Saturday.

Dept. of Defense to pay $84 million bailout to small contractors

The Pentagon is using the Defense Production Act in order to pay $84.4 million to a group of small military contractors who are suffering because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials claim the companies are essential for supplying the US military.

Senior staff leave gaming firm Ubisoft in harassment probe

Paris - Gaming company Ubisoft's second most powerful executive is among senior staff to have left the firm as it pursues an internal investigation into sexual harassment allegations, it said Sunday.

Review: Gareth Emery mesmerizes on captivating new album 'The Lasers' Special

Electronic star Gareth Emery is back with "The Lasers," which is perhaps the greatest electronic dance music (EDM) album of 2020. It was released via Create Music Group.

Review: Koretsky releases somber yet compelling 'MMXX' EP Special

Multi-instrumentalist and producer Olé Koretsky released his brand new EP "MMXX" on July 10 under the stage name Koretsky. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: Avenue Beat throws shade at 2020 with 'F2020' viral anthem Special

"F2020" by Avenue Beat was co-written by its band members Sam Backoff, Savana Santos, and Sami Bearden. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Nearly 300 wildfires in Siberia amid record warm weather

Moscow - Russia's forest service said there were nearly 300 wildfires blazing across the vast country's northern wilderness on Saturday, as it attempted to contain them with methods including explosives and cloud seeding.

Galen Gering and Eric Martsolf to participate in Zoom fan events

On Sunday, August 2, veteran soap actors Galen Gering and Eric Martsolf will be a part of two Zoom fan events for daytime fans.

Lowdown on employer challenges during COVID-19

There are a number of measures that businesses should be putting in place in order to ease more of the workforce back onto site. These measures should be based around revision to site risk assessments.

Why coronavirus sparked massive protests in Serbia

Belgrade - For many Serbs, it was the last straw: when the president announced the resumption of a weekend curfew to fight the coronavirus pandemic, thousands took to the streets in anger.Who are these protesters and what caused the outrage?

Erdogan rebuffs criticism over Hagia Sophia conversion to mosque

Istanbul - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday rejected worldwide condemnation over Turkey's decision to convert the Byzantine-era monument Hagia Sophia back into a mosque, saying it represented his country's will to use its "sovereign rights".

Josh Swickard, Chad Duell to participate in GH Fantasy Zoom event

On Sunday, July 19, "General Hospital" actors Josh Swickard and Chad Duell will be participating in a GH Fantasy virtual event for their daytime fans.

Dame Vera Lynn, World War II icon and iconic singer, laid to read

Ditchling - On Friday, July 10, Dame Vera Lynn was laid to rest. She passed away on June 18 at the age of 103 years old in Ditchling.
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