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Ethiopia unlocks one of the world's last closed telecoms markets

Addis Ababa - For delivery man Sisay Alebachew, the difference between a good and bad day depends on Ethio Telecom, Ethiopia's monopoly telecoms provider.

Rowin Amone talks about 'King Ester,' and 2020 Daytime Emmy nod Special

Rowin Amone chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her 2020 Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Drama Series" for "King Ester," which was created by Dui Jarrod.

Op-Ed: Threats, lies and executive orders — The Trump presidency

With the death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. now over 100,400 people, President Donald Trump, more concerned about his reputation and reelection in November, is taking his war with Twitter to a new level.

Trump to target social media with executive order

Washington - US President Donald Trump was set Thursday to target social media giants like Twitter, which he accuses of bias against him, with an executive order opening them to new regulation."This will be a Big Day for Social Media and FAIRNESS!

14 Afghan forces killed in 'Taliban attacks' after ceasefire ends

Kabul - Fourteen members of the Afghan security forces were killed in two separate attacks Thursday in the first deadly assaults officials have blamed on the Taliban since the end of a three-day ceasefire.

Op-Ed: Third Iranian tanker arrives in Venezuelan coastal waters

Venezuelans are continuing to celebrate the arrival of tankers from Iran carrying gasoline and other needs to help relieve the fuel shortage caused by US sanctions and the need for repairs to their own refineries.

World's fastest Internet speed broken

The world's fastest Internet is a record that many technologists aim to break. The latest record setting exploit has been achieved with the help of a single optical chip.

France to reopen cafes, end domestic travel limit

Paris - France on Thursday announced the long-awaited nationwide reopening of bars, restaurants and cafes from June 2, albeit with restrictions, and lifted limitations on domestic travel in time for the summer holidays.

Justin Trudeau co-hosts virtual UN summit on post-pandemic aid

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is co-hosting a major United Nations conference today, aimed at developing a coordinated global response to mitigate the devastating social and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Germany calls in Russian envoy, seeks sanctions over hacking

Berlin - Germany's foreign ministry on Thursday called in the Russian ambassador to discuss possible sanctions over a 2015 hacking attack on the German parliament, in an escalating diplomatic row.

Timothy Woodward Jr. talks Daytime Emmy nod for 'Studio City' Special

Acclaimed director Timothy Woodward Jr. chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his 2020 Daytime Emmy nomination for "Studio City."

Ryan Paevey talks acting, Hallmark, 'General Hospital,' and fans Special

Acclaimed actor and model Ryan Paevey chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his acting career, his career-defining moments, his advice for aspiring actors, and his company Fortunate Wanderer.

Massive Arctic heatwave reignites Siberian forest fires

Global warming is no longer a distant threat as exceptionally warm temperatures in some parts of the Arctic reach as much as 16 degrees Celsius (29 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the usual, according to meteorologists.

US vs China: facing off on many fronts

Bejing - The US-China relationship –- seen by many as the defining global power dynamic of the 21st century -– is no stranger to confrontation and discord, but rarely has their rivalry played out on so many critical fronts as it is now.

Q&A: How IoT engineers are attacking the COVID-19 pandemic Special

A new ventilator project has brought together 50 engineers across the globe, including two engineers from Very that are using their experience in managing dispersed teams to implement clear workflows into the GitLab Medtronic Openventilator project.

China approves plan to impose Hong Kong security law

Bejing - China's parliament approved plans Thursday to impose a security law on Hong Kong that has ratcheted up tensions with the US and sparked new protests over fears the city is losing its special freedoms.

As Iraq lockdown chokes off imports, local businesses thrive

Basra - In Iraq, a national lockdown to halt the coronavirus pandemic has found some unexpected fans: local businesses who no longer have to compete with Turkish, Iranian or Chinese imports.

Rwanda court sentences ex-mayor to life for role in genocide

Kigali - Rwanda's High Court on Thursday sentenced a former mayor to life in prison for his role in the country's 1994 genocide, which included leading attacks that resulted in the deaths of around 25,000 ethnic Tutsis in his town.

UN concerned by US claims Russia sent jets to Libya

New York - The UN said Wednesday it was "following with great concern" claims that Russia recently sent fighter jets to Libya to support Russian mercenaries fighting for strongman Khalifa Haftar in the long-running conflict.

Dutch ban transport of mink after farm workers infected

Den Haag - Dutch authorities on Thursday announced a nationwide ban on the transport of mink after mink farm workers were believed to have contracted coronavirus from the small mammals.
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