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Navalny posts photo of him walking, describes recovery

Moscow - Russia's leading opposition politician Alexei Navalny announced Saturday that he could now walk with a "tremble", and gave the first detailed account of his recovery nearly a month after being poisoned.

Most homeless Lesbos migrants head to new camp after fire

Most of the asylum seekers who were left homeless after fires ripped through their camp on Lesbos island have moved to a new temporary site, Greece's migration ministry said on Saturday.

Tens of thousands attend Bangladesh Islamist leader's funeral

Dhaka - Tens of thousands of people gathered to mourn the controversial leader of Bangladesh's largest Islamist group as his funeral was held on Saturday in a rural southeastern town, police said.

The UN marks 75th anniversary facing world split by Covid-19

New York - The United Nations will mark its 75th anniversary Monday, celebrating the mantra that "multilateralism is not an option but a necessity," even as the coronavirus underscores the fragility of international cooperation.

Pandemic deepens struggle of Mexico's indigenous villages

Metlatonoc - In the poverty-stricken mountains of southern Mexico, children can only dream of internet or television that would allow them to join millions of others following distance learning during the pandemic.

Senior US diplomat wraps up Taiwan visit as China flexes muscle

Taipei - A top US diplomat attended the funeral for former Taiwan president Lee Teng-hui Saturday which featured a eulogy by Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama before wrapping up a visit overshadowed by Chinese military exercises.

Ransomware attack strikes University Hospital New Jersey Special

Ransomware is becoming a growing threat to many sectors, and this includes healthcare where data can prove of particular value to miscreant actors. Attacks normally occur by the inadvertent opening of a seemingly innocuous email.

Thai protesters kick off weekend of rallies

Bangkok - Pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of Bangkok Saturday as a rally expected to draw tens of thousands of people kicked off calling for PM Prayut Chan-O-Cha to step down and demanding reforms to the monarchy.

Cheesesteaks, bugs and obligatory chastity: life on the US campaign trail

Washington - Drive-in stump speeches, enforced chastity on a rapper's campaign trail, pesky critters and a Philly cheesesteak on Air Force One -- with fewer than 50 days before November 3, the run for the White House is in full swing.

Peru President Vizcarra survives impeachment vote

- Peru's President Martin Vizcarra survived an impeachment vote in Congress on Friday as his opponents failed to win the votes necessary to remove him from power.

Review: Eric Martsolf and Stacy Haiduk are back in 'Days of Our Lives' Special

Actors Eric Martsolf and Stacy Haiduk are back on the canvas in Salem in "Days of Our Lives" on NBC. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Melanie Margalis talks Cali Condors, ISL, and racing for Team USA Special

Olympic gold medalist and world champion swimmer Melanie Margalis chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the second season of the International Swimming League (ISL), where she is returning to the Cali Condors team.

The art of the non-deal? Scepticism over Trump's Balkan pact

Belgrade - 'Truly historic', 'a real breakthrough' and 'very big' -- US President Donald Trump let the superlatives flow when he announced a deal between Serbia and Kosovo, earning himself a second Nobel Peace Prize nomination this year.

US sends more troops and military vehicles into Syria

After US confrontations with Syrian and Russian forces the US is increasing its presence in Syria sending more troops as well as military vehicles into the country.

Real-life 'Pianist' possessions up for auction in Poland

Warsaw - A fountain pen, silver pocket watch and other prized possessions of the late Jewish-Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman, the real-life hero of the Oscar-winning film "The Pianist," go under the hammer in Warsaw next week.

Determined Hasidic pilgrims collide with coronavirus restrictions

Uman - For most of the year, Uman in central Ukraine is almost indistinguishable from any other sleepy provincial city in the post-Soviet country.

Polio vaccine in the crossfire of misinformation

Libreville - As scientists around the world rush to find a vaccine to stem the spread of Covid-19, another deadly disease, polio, has become the latest target of misinformation campaigns online.

Black gymnast says career derailed by racism in Brazil

S - Brazilian gymnast Angelo Assumpcao still wonders how far he could have gone if not for the decision he says derailed his career: speaking out against the racism he was subjected to by his white teammates.Could he have made the Olympics? Won a medal?

Review: Murder isn’t the only or even worst crime in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a modern-day tale of veiled corruption; a deliberate and moving story of cunning entrepreneurship; an adorable feature-length adventure with stackable pals; and a horror movie that hits close to home.

US Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg dies at 87

Washington - US Supreme Court Justice and liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, opening a crucial vacancy on the high court expected to set off a pitched political battle at the peak of the presidential campaign.
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