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Russia, China, block US effort to halt North Korea fuel deliveries

New York - Russia and China on Tuesday blocked an American initiative that aimed to halt fuel deliveries to North Korea, which Washington accuses of exceeding its annual ceiling for 2019, diplomatic sources said.

Opposition Istanbul candidate shaking up Turkish politics

Istanbul - He doesn't like fighting, preaches reconciliation rather than confrontation, and campaigns through social media rather than television.

Op-Ed: Iran claims to have exposed CIA-run US cyber-espionage network

Iran claimed on Monday that it had exposed a large cyber espionage network that it alleges was run by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and several US spies had been arrested in several countries as a result of the discovery.

Egypt's Morsi likely 'more popular' after death

Apo - Unpopular in power and deposed after huge protests, Egypt's ex-president Mohamed Morsi could be humanised in the eyes of many Egyptians after his death in court Monday.

Review: Ariana Grande puts on fantastic concert at Madison Square Garden Special

New York - On June 18, global pop music star Ariana Grande headlined Madison Square Garden, as part of her " Sweetener World Tour" for a great turnout.

Killer Queen talks touring, Freddie Mercury and Queen's legacy Special

Huntington - Patrick Myers, the frontman and lead singer of the Queen tribute band Killer Queen (who portrays Freddie Mercury in the group) chatted with Digital Journal about the band's legacy and their touring.

Battle heats up to tackle Boris Johnson and be British PM

London - The battle to make the two-man shortlist to become Britain's prime minister, which will almost certainly include Boris Johnson, heats up on Wednesday when another contender will be eliminated.

Bitcoin causes carbon dioxide emissions equivalent to Las Vegas

Munich - Research suggests that Bitcoin causes carbon dioxide emissions comparable to a major city, such as Las Vegas or Hamburg. This is based on an analysis of hardware and IP addresses in association with cryptocurrency trading.

Record 70.8 million people displaced at end of 2018: UN

Geneva - More than 70 million people were counted last year as displaced from their homes, a record that underestimates the real number of refugees and asylum seekers, the UN said Wednesday.

Trudeau cabinet approves Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion

The federal Liberal government is giving the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion a second lease on life. The long-awaited approval of the controversial project comes more than two years after the cabinet last approved the project.

'Generation climate' to occupy huge German coal mine

Berlin - Thousands of European environmental activists are readying to blockade a huge open-pit coal mine in Germany, backed for the first time by the student climate movement launched by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg.

In his remit: African fintech entrepreneur helps migrants move money

Paris - The money transfer business is personal for Ismail Ahmed. It was cash wired by his family that allowed him to make the final leg of his journey from escaping fighting in his native Somaliland to London in 1988 to take up a university scholarship.

Trump's Pentagon nominee quits, Iran targets CIA network

Washington - President Donald Trump lost his nominee for Pentagon chief on Tuesday, adding to the volatility in a tense standoff with Iran, which claimed to have dismantled a CIA network.

NASA — 'No doubt' SpaceX explosion delays flight program

Paris - The explosion that destroyed a SpaceX astronaut taxi in April “no doubt” delays NASA’s drive to return Americans to the International Space Station (ISS) from U.S. soil later this year, the U.S. space agency’s chief said on Tuesday.

IBM technology detects breast cancer risk before it happens

IBM has taken a step forward in disease prevention by designing an artificial intelligence technology that can predict the risk of breast cancer developing up to one year before the first signs of cancer appear.

UN chief asks Russia, Turkey to 'stabilize' Syria's embattled Idlib

New York - UN chief Antonio Guterres called on Russia and Turkey Tuesday to "stabilize the situation" in the Syrian province of Idlib, rocked by intense fighting that the UN body warned is creating a humanitarian disaster.

Two Swiss mountaineers land plane on Mont Blanc

Annecy - Two Swiss mountaineers landed a small plane less than 400 metres from the summit of Mont Blanc on Tuesday before heading for the top of Europe's tallest peak with police in pursuit, the French gendarme said.

RJ Word talks 'You Played Yourself,' digital age, Ariana Grande Special

Rising artist RJ Word chatted with Digital Journal about his new electro-pop single "You Played Yourself," and he opened up about being an artist in this digital age of music. Word also shared his dream female duet choices.

Saudi de-fangs religious police but plans to enforce 'decency'

Apo - Saudi Arabia has rendered toothless the once-feared religious police amid a liberalisation drive, but a planned "public decency" law is stoking controversy with some fearing a revival of morality policing.

Ecuador to allow US military planes to use Galapagos airport

Reports claim that the Lenin Moreno administration of Ecuador has agreed that US military planes can operate from an airport in the Galapagos Islands.
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