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Facebook needs 'very high standard' for Libra coin: US Treasury

Washington - Facebook will need to meet "a very high standard" before it moves ahead with its planned digital currency Libra, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday.

EU agrees sanctions against Turkey for drilling off Cyprus

Apo - European Union officials on Monday agreed political and financial sanctions against Turkey after Ankara went ahead with drilling operations off Cyprus despite repeated warnings, European diplomats said.

Venezuela government, opposition reopen Barbados talks

Caracas - Representatives for Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido have arrived in Barbados to continue talks to resolve the country's political crisis.

Acquiring digital skills is fun at Microsoft Store Summer Camps

This summer, Microsoft Store Summer Camps will be offering digital skills learning with a magical twist. The camps will offer kids a chance to learn the STEM-related skills that will be in high demand for the jobs of the future.

Q&A: AI streamlines businesses processes to target efficiency Special

From easing change management woes to anticipating outages and down time, artificial intelligence offers a powerful predictive tool to assist businesses with their growth strategy, according to Steve Stover at SolarWinds.

Italy seizes missile from far-right sympathisers

Rome - Italian police said Monday they had seized weapons including an air-to-air missile in raids sparked by an investigation into far-right extremist groups.

UN extends Yemen monitor mission by six months

New York - The UN Security Council voted unanimously Monday to extend its ceasefire observation mission in the Yemeni port city of Hodeida by six months, until January 15 2020.

Shelters full, hopes dim for migrants in Mexico seeking US asylum

Tijuana - The giggles of children at play are about the only pleasant thing about a dark, crowded and stifling warehouse in Mexico that is home to some 150 migrants waiting for the United States to process their asylum claims.

Russian opposition in losing battle to get on local ballot

Moscow - Russian opposition politicians aim to capitalise on public discontent and President Vladimir Putin's falling approval ratings as they fight to get on the ballot for local elections in September.

Lunar eclipse marks Moon landing's 50th anniversary

Paris - Fifty years to the day since mankind launched the first mission to set foot on it, the Moon is set to treat Earthlings to a partial lunar eclipse on Tuesday.

Ebola case in DRC's Goma 'a warning': WHO

Geneva - A confirmed Ebola case in the key Democratic Republic of Congo city of Goma is "a warning" about the dangers of the outbreak, a top UN official said Monday.

Hunger on the rise worldwide as 821 million affected, says UN

New York - More than 821 million people suffered from hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition worldwide last year, the United Nations reported Monday -- the third year in a row that the number has risen.

Three children, woman killed in France train-car crash

Avenay-val-d'or - A woman and three children were killed Monday when a train smashed into their car at a level crossing in eastern France.

Digital transformation is causing C-suite tensions

Digital transformation is not only about technology, it's also about changes of practices which need to diffuse through an organization's culture. This needs to be begin at the top. A new report finds C-suite discord is a block to effective DX processes.

White House moves to block asylum for migrants crossing Mexico

Washington - The Trump administration moved Monday to declare most migrants who cross the US southern border after passing through Mexico ineligible for asylum.

Protesters to Amazon: Cut ties with fed's deportation agencies

As e-commerce giant Amazon begins its two-day "Amazon Prime Day", activists, immigrants and employees are protesting Amazon's labor practices and involvement with federal deportation efforts.

Zimbabwe inflation rate soars to 175%

Harare - Zimbabwe's annual inflation rate hit 175 percent in June, official data showed Monday, stoking fears of a return of the hyperinflation that wiped out savings ten years ago when the economy collapsed.

White House moves to block asylum for migrants crossing Mexico

Washington - The Trump administration moved Monday to block most migrants who cross the US southern border after passing through Mexico from seeking asylum.

Rebecca Budig talks 'General Hospital,' Massachusetts fan events Special

Emmy-nominated actress Rebecca Budig (Hayden Barnes on "General Hospital") chatted with Digital Journal about her upcoming shows in Massachusetts.

New Greek government wants to reinforce borders

Athens - The new Greek government underscored Monday its intention to reinforce the country's borders, as a visiting EU official noted an uptick in the number of refugees crossing from Turkey.
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