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Argentine paleontologists discover small carnivorous dinosaur

Buenos Aires - Fossilized remains of a new species of dinosaur that lived 90 million years ago have been discovered in Patagonia, Argentine paleontologists announced on Thursday.

Op-Ed: Why is the White House no longer the 'People's House'

Washington - Trump must be scared. The "People's House" is now fortified to keep the public out. Workers erected a perimeter of tall metal fencing early Thursday around the White House complex. Uniformed troops and police in riot gear man the perimeter.

Biden, Trump campaigns targeted by foreign hackers: Google

Washington - Campaign staffs for both President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden have been targeted recently by foreign hackers, Google researchers said Thursday, highlighting persistent data security concerns ahead of the November US election.

Jon Lindstrom earns 2020 Daytime Emmy nod for 'General Hospital'

Actor Jon Lindstrom earned a 2020 Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Daytime Drama Series" for "General Hospital."

Op-Ed: China’s oddly silent as Australian foreign asset laws change

Sydney - Where would the world be without endless geopolitical hysteria? In a very different place. A rather mild bit of foreign asset patch-up work by Australia is likely to get a sharp response from China after months of hostile negativity.

Op-Ed: 10 of the biggest Daytime Emmy nomination snubs of 2020

The 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards will be televised on June 26 on CBS, and the ceremony will be remote/virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The following 10 were some of this year's biggest snubs (glaring omissions) in the digital drama categories.

Op-Ed: Trump agrees US may not need active troops to control protests

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper opposed President Donald Trump's idea of invoking the Insurrection Act so as to deploy active-duty US troops in US cities to quell protests against the murder of George Floyd by a police officer.

'Answered prayers': Fiji declares itself coronavirus free

Suva - Fiji announced it was coronavirus free Friday after the island nation's last known infected patient was given the all-clear, continuing the Pacific's remarkable record of success against the virus.

Cameron Mathison talks first Father's Day following kidney cancer Special

Actor, health, and wellness advocate Cameron Mathison chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his first Father's Day following his kidney cancer.

Best-selling author Gary M. Douglas talks about 'The Lady Book' Special

Best-selling author, international speaker, and business innovator Gary M. Douglas chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his latest book, "The Lady Book."

India, Australia strengthen defence ties as China tensions loom

New Delhi - India and Australia strengthened defence ties Thursday, including sealing a pact to boost military logistics support and maritime cooperation, as both nations experience heightened tensions with regional superpower China.

US protests over Floyd's killing a 'perfect storm' for false info

Washington - George Floyd's death was staged. US authorities cut communications in the country's capital. People can be paid to be a "professional anarchist.

'They are the heroes now' — virus doctors join racism protests

New York - New York nurses and doctors, hailed as heroes for fighting the coronavirus outbreak, are denouncing racial segregation in the public health system by joining the George Floyd protests.

White House says China's Tiananmen Square 'slaughter' not forgotten

Washington - The White House said Thursday that China's "slaughter" of protesters in Tiananmen Square in 1989 has not been forgotten, urging Beijing to give its first accurate accounting of the bloodshed.

South American football to restart with 'maximum guarantees'

Asunci - South American football will restart with the "maximum guarantees" for the health of players and those involved, CONMEBOL president Alejandro Dominguez told the medical teams of the region's 10 member associations by video call on Thursday.

Sweden's ex-ambassador to China goes on trial

Stockholm - Sweden's former ambassador to Beijing goes on trial in Stockholm on Friday accused of overstepping her mandate by trying to negotiate the release of a Chinese-Swedish dissident held in China.

Facebook labels state-controlled media posts, will block ads

San Francisco - Facebook on Thursday began labelling media organizations whose editorial calls may be under the influence of governments and said ads from those outlets would be blocked later this year.

Israeli settlers fear 'nightmare' of being isolated by annexation

As the Israeli government mulls annexing parts of the occupied West Bank, some settlers fear being forgotten and more isolated than ever, engulfed by a new Palestinian state.

Tax the rich? Post-pandemic recovery idea finds favour in UK

London - In billionaire-friendly Britain, where the global coronavirus outbreak has hit hard, the idea of making the wealthiest pay more tax to help economic recovery is gaining ground.

Bharat Interface for Money hit by major data breach Special

Bharat Interface for Money suffered a data breach that exposed the personal details of over 7 million users, including dates of birth, addresses, names and Ardaar cards.
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