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Knights Templar legacy lives on in Cyprus

Limassol - Fables of the Knights Templar are legend, but deep beneath a castle on Cyprus -- an island once owned by the Crusader brotherhood -- lies a legacy historians say still resonates today.

Myanmar shadow government wants ASEAN crisis talks invite

Yangon - Myanmar's shadow government on Sunday urged Southeast Asian leaders to give it a seat at the table during crisis talks next week, and not to recognise the military regime that seized power in a February coup.

Op-Ed: Afghanistan pullout - Reassessing how America fights wars

New York City - The pullout from Afghanistan has required some soul-searching of a rather unambiguous kind. America’s record in guerrilla wars is abysmal. Despite military “success” in some ways, strategic aims are routinely not met.

US warns of 'consequences' if Navalny dies as Russia protests called

Washington - The United States on Sunday warned Russia of "consequences" if the hunger-striking Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny dies in prison, as the opposition politician's team called for mass protests across Russia to help save his life.

Berbers mark 20 years since Algeria's 'Black Spring' protests

Alger - Twenty years ago, an Algerian teenager's death in police custody in the heartland of the North African country's Berber minority sparked an uprising that helped blaze the trail for future protests.

US, China commit to climate cooperation ahead of key summit

Washington - The United States and China are "committed to cooperating" on the pressing issue of climate change, the two sides said Saturday, issuing the pledge days ahead of a key summit hosted by President Joe Biden.

Macron urges 'clear red lines' with Russia amid buildup near Ukraine

Washington - French President Emmanuel Macron said the international community has to "define clear red lines with Russia," in an interview extract released Saturday, adding that countries must be ready to impose sanctions in case of "unacceptable behavior.

NASA's Mars copter flight could happen as soon as Monday

Washington - NASA's Ingenuity Mars Helicopter could make its first flight over the Red Planet as soon as Monday, the US space agency reported, following a delay of more than a week due to a possible technical issue.

Review: Greta Van Fleet releases amazing 'The Battle at Garden's Gate' LP Special

Acclaimed rock group Greta Van Fleet released their amazing studio album "The Battle at Garden's Gate" on April 16. Digital Journal has the scoop.

US regulator warns against Peloton treadmill after child dies

New York - A US federal agency has urged people with children and pets at home to stop using a treadmill made by Peloton, citing injuries and one death linked to the machines.

Calls for US police reform at fresh protest over Daunte Wright killing

Minneapolis - High-ranking Congress member Maxine Waters called for an overhaul of policing in the United States as she joined the seventh consecutive night of protests in a Minneapolis suburb over the death of Daunte Wright, a young Black man shot dead by a white p...

Erik Fellows to star as Jimmy Starr in new dark comedy film

Actor Erik Fellows has teased his new role as Jimmy Starr in the upcoming dark comedy "Starf*cker." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: The Clairvoyants deliver terrific virtual magic show Special

Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass of The Clairvoyants were able to put on a terrific virtual magic experience for their fans through Zoom. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Op-Ed: Greene's Anglo-Saxon' traditions group is nothing more than B.S.

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, who is not on any congressional committees, is forming her own "America First" caucus based on "Anglo-Saxon political traditions."

From Moscow to New York, fast delivery takes off amid pandemic

Moscow - Like millions of people around the world, Yuri Nekrasov stopped going to the grocery store every day last year when authorities in Moscow enforced a coronavirus lockdown.

Campaigning underway for Madrid regional election

Madrid - With virus cases rising and the vaccination drive delayed, the campaign opened Sunday for regional elections in the Spanish capital that are likely to cement the right-wing's hold on the country's wealthiest region.

Haiti's Catholic Church begins speaking out amid swirling crises

Port-au-prince - Might the Catholic Church help chart a way out of the multiple crises facing Haiti?

US warns of 'consequences' if Putin critic Navalny dies

Washington - US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan warned Sunday that Russia will face "consequences" if hunger-striking Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny dies.

Pakistan police and rangers taken hostage in anti-France protests

Lahore - At least seven Pakistan police officers and special rangers were taken hostage Sunday by supporters of a radical Islamist party, officials said, after days of violent anti-France protests.

Kathleen Gati opens up about 'In the Kitchen' virtual fan event Special

Emmy-nominated actress Kathleen Gati chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her upcoming Zoom fan event "In the Kitchen III with Kathleen Gati," which will be held remotely next Saturday.
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