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Armed villagers guard strategic gateway to Nagorno-Karabakh

Wearing camouflage and holding Kalashnikov rifles, volunteer villagers patrol a winding river in a Nagorno-Karabakh valley, defending a strategic area between the disputed region's capital and Armenia.

Trump set for Supreme Court boost in election final week

Washington - President Donald Trump's struggling reelection campaign receives a major boost Monday with the expected confirmation of his latest Supreme Court nominee, tilting the top body to the right and clinching his judicial legacy in a landmark victory for Amer...

Review: Sean Kanan catches up with Ronn Moss in 'Ronn's Garage' talk show Special

Emmy-nominated actor Sean Kanan ("Studio City") catches up with Ronn Moss in his #RonnsGarade talk show. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Op-Ed: Will swearing-in of Barrett be another super-spreader event?

Washington - The White House plans to host a swearing-in ceremony for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on Monday night following her expected confirmation, despite a similar event in September becoming a super-spreader event for the coronavirus.

Moon richer in water than once thought

Paris - There may be far more water on the Moon than previously thought, according to two studies published Monday raising the tantalising prospect that astronauts on future space missions could find refreshment -- and maybe even fuel -- on the lunar surface.

Q&A: Air purifier can remove coronavirus from the air Special

A commercially-available air purifier has been found to remove coronavirus from the air by an independent research study run by the University of Minnesota Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Ukraine activist in nude protest against Polish abortion ban

Kiev - A member of radical feminist group Femen staged a naked protest outside the Polish embassy in Kiev on Monday against a near-total ban on abortion in the EU country.The English words "My body is my choice" were scrawled on her torso.

California hit with power shutoffs as winds and fire risks rise

Thousands of Californians are in the dark Monday because of PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoffs. It's likely to stay that way until late Tuesday when the wind event, dubbed the "strongest winds of the season" is over.

How have 186 million U.S. voter records been exposed? Special

How vulnerable is the U.S. election to fraud? With news coming in that actors in so-termed rogue states have access to voter details, and with the U.S. President flagging concerns, what does this mean for the digital age election?

Trump barnstorms crucial Pennsylvania

Lititz - President Donald Trump on Monday barnstormed Pennsylvania -- a swing state he almost certainly has to win to get reelected -- while his Democratic opponent Joe Biden once more kept a low profile.

Russia strikes kill 78 Turkey-backed rebels in Syria: monitor

Beirut - Air strikes by Damascus regime ally Russia killed 78 Turkey-backed rebels in northwestern Syria on Monday, a monitor said, in the bloodiest surge in violence since a truce almost eight months ago.

China hits US media with new rules in tit-for-tat retaliation

Bejing - China tightened the rules on a number of US media outlets on Monday, in a move it said was "necessary and reciprocal" after Chinese journalists in America were hit with restrictions last week.

Thai PM says 'illegal protests' must be controlled as parliament opens

Bangkok - Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha said Thailand needs to bring "illegal protests" under control on Monday during a special parliamentary session called to address months of pro-democracy rallies.

FOX News president, anchors quarantine after COVID-19 exposure

The president of Fox News and several of the network’s top anchors have been advised to quarantine after being exposed to someone on a private flight who later tested positive for the coronavirus.

Seven fishermen missing as Typhoon Molave drenches Philippines

Yook - Searches were under way Monday for seven fishermen in the Philippines as a typhoon swept across the archipelago, flooding low-lying areas and forcing thousands of people into emergency shelters.

Germany cancels Nuremberg Christmas market over virus

Berlin - The German city of Nuremberg has cancelled its world-renowned Christmas market over soaring coronavirus cases, officials said on Monday.

South Korean Jehovah's Witnesses begin prison work terms

Daejeon - Dozens of South Korean Jehovah's Witnesses in suits and ties lined up to enter a prison on Monday -- to begin training as administrators, rather than the jail terms they used to face as conscientious objectors.

Review: Los Angeles Current triumphs in Match 3 of ISL Season 2 Special

The Los Angeles Current swimming team triumphed in Match 3 of the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL). Digital Journal has the recap.

Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation expected Monday in boost for Trump

Washington - Despite trailing in the polls barely one week from election day, US President Donald Trump on Monday will likely celebrate a monumental victory for the conservative cause: his third nominee confirmed onto the US Supreme Court.

Ukraine's Zelensky suffers setback in local elections

Kiev - Early exit polls showed that Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has suffered a setback in Sunday's local elections, while his pro-Russian and pro-European rivals are leading in most of the country's major cities.
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