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Israel closes Gaza goods crossing after balloon attacks

Jerusalem - Israel will close its goods crossing with the Gaza Strip, authorities said Monday, after militants in the Hamas-run territory fired rockets into the Mediterranean and launched incendiary balloons towards the Jewish state.

Defying China, Hong Kongers rush to buy pro-democracy newspaper

Fpo - Hong Kongers rushed to buy pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily on Tuesday in a show of support for its owner, who was arrested a day earlier as police rounded up critics of China.

Tatjana Marjanovic talks 'Purgatory' digital series, digital age Special

Actress Tatjana Marjanovic chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about being a part of the digital series "Purgatory," where she plays the character Lisa.

US troops to be reduced below 5,000 in Afghanistan by November

US Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper, in an interview broadcast on Fox News last Saturday claimed that the US will have under 5,000 troops in Afghanistan by the end of November.

Singapore crushes massive ivory haul on eve of World Elephant Day

Fpo - Singapore began destroying nine tonnes of seized ivory Tuesday, the largest such action globally in recent years, including contraband tusks that came from more than 300 African elephants.

Review: Death is not the end of the story in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a teen girl’s complicated life; a CIA agent’s latest, global adventure; an animated romance about an inseparable couple; a miniseries steeped in suspicion; and a bizarre film about fleeting death.

Billions of passwords available on underground forums Special

Billions of passwords, which can be potentially matches to some of the owners when connected with email addresses, are located on the dark web, according to a new cybersecurity inquiry.

Taiwan FM says China trying to turn island into 'next Hong Kong'

Taipei - China is trying to turn democratic Taiwan into another Hong Kong, the island's foreign minister warned Tuesday as he met with a senior US official making a historic diplomatic trip.

Man shot outside White House, Trump evacuated from press conference

Washington - US Secret Service agents shot and wounded a man who was apparently armed outside the White House on Monday, President Donald Trump said, after being briefly whisked away in the middle of a press conference.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike launch music, gaming, lifestyle agency

The world's top DJs and electronic producers, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, have announced a new digital music, gaming and lifestyle agency that they co-founded.

Trump moots hosting G7 summit after US election

Washington - US President Donald Trump on Monday suggested hosting the Group of Seven summit after the November presidential election, saying he would invite countries generally excluded from the global get-togethers.

US health chief slams China over virus on Taiwan trip

Taipei - The coronavirus might have been stamped out more quickly had it emerged in democratic Taiwan instead of autocratic China, the US health secretary said Tuesday during a historic diplomatic trip to Taipei.

Trump ushered from briefing after shots fired near White House

Washington - Secret Service guards shot a person, who was apparently armed, outside the White House on Monday, President Donald Trump said just after being briefly evacuated in the middle of a press conference.

Australia's northern region to face virus measures until 2022

Sydney - Australia's Northern Territory will be closed to visitors from virus hotspots for a further 18 months to protect its large and vulnerable Aboriginal population, authorities said Tuesday.

Need a little distraction? Perseid meteor shower is a great show

A familiar traveler has returned, and it should make for some nice sky-watching this week. The Perseid meteor shower peaks Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

Lebanon blast: political game changer or hollow blow?

Beirut - Last week's cataclysmic explosion has ripped Beirut apart but was it strong enough to topple the entrenched ruling class whose greed and incompetence are blamed for it?

Shadow of coronavirus slowly lifts from epicentre Wuhan

Wuhan - Fans dancing at an electronic music festival, long lines at breakfast stands, gridlocked traffic -- the scenes in coronavirus ground zero Wuhan these days would have been unthinkable in January.

Week after deadly blast, Lebanon crisis deepens

Beirut - The resignation of Lebanon's government deepened political uncertainty as Beirut on Tuesday marked one week since the deadly port explosion rocked the capital and shook the nation to its core.

Hong Kong imports to be labelled 'made in China': US customs

Washington - Goods imported from Hong Kong must be marked "made in China" to be sold in the United States as part of Washington's punitive response to a sweeping clampdown on the city, US customs authorities were set to announce Tuesday.

Op-Ed: How to make work safe? Developing a COVID-19 risk assessment

Many workplaces are putting into place COVID-19 risk assessments to help to bring employees back to work. What needs to be included is ways to make the workplace safe and rules for employees to follow, based on sound scientific advice.
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