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#MeToo activists use blockchain to skirt China censors

Bejing - Attempts to silence a student who drew attention to sexual abuse allegations at a Chinese university have inspired tech-savvy activists to use blockchain technology to dodge censors and keep the fledgling #MeToo movement alive.

Thousands demand justice for Mexican students dissolved in acid

Guadalajara - Close to 12,000 people took to the streets of Guadalajara on Thursday, calling for peace and justice for three film students who were brutally murdered in a crime that has shocked Mexico.

Can fish school cars in how to drive together?

Paris - In the not so distant future autonomous vehicles may rule the road. Could the ability of fish to swim together provide insights for engineers to make automated driving safer?"One thinks about autonomous cars in isolation.

Lebanon expats prepare for voting first

Beirut - Expatriates kick off Lebanon's parliamentary polls by voting abroad on Friday, a first for the small country's huge diaspora.

German memorial to honour forced labourers of forgotten Nazi camp

Germany will on Friday inaugurate a memorial at the long-forgotten site of a World War II Nazi concentration camp where forced labourers built an aircraft factory deep inside a Bavarian forest.

Interview with a robot: AI revolution hits human resources

Paris - You have a telephone interview for your dream job, and you're feeling nervous. You make yourself a cup of tea as you wait for the phone to ring, and you count to three before picking up.Now imagine that your interviewer is a robot named Vera.

US lynching memorial seeks reflection on racist history

Washington - A unique memorial remembering the thousands of black Americans lynched in public acts of torture opened Thursday in the southern US.

Bitcoin drops below $9,000 but crawls back over for now

The most recent CoinDesk analysis of bitcoin's price movements released at 10:30 UTC this morning April 26 shows that it looks to have found acceptance below $9,000 and the article argues that it risked a further pullback according to technical charts.

Turkish opposition scrambles to unite against Erdogan

Ankara - Turkey's usually divided opposition parties are trying to unite to maximise their chances of defeating President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after his surprise decision to hold early elections.

Avicii, electronic music superstar, died of apparent suicide

Tim Bergling, world renowned electronic music producer and DJ, better known by his stage name Avicii died of an apparent suicide at the age of 28.

Handshakes that shook the world

Seoul - When the leaders of North and South Korea reached across the Military Demarcation Line to shake hands on Friday, they symbolically -- if fleetingly -- united a peninsula that has been divided for decades.

Kim and Moon: the heir born to rule and the escapee's son

Seoul - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in have followed paths to power as radically different as their two countries, but they came together and shook hands in the Demilitarized Zone on Friday.

Merkel in Washington to make Germany heard again

Washington - German Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to the White House on Friday for talks with Donald Trump, facing an uphill struggle to save the Iran nuclear deal, avoid a trade war and make her relationship with the US president functional again.

North and South Korea hold historic summit

Koyang - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in held a historic summit Friday after shaking hands over the Military Demarcation Line that divides their countries, in a gesture laden with symbolism.

Review: Shenandoah will blow you away with 'That's Where I Grew Up' Special

Grammy-winning country group Shenandoah is back with their new single "That's Where I Grew Up," which will blow you away.

Evidence of world's biggest child sacrifice found in Peru

- Archaeologists in Peru have found evidence of the biggest-ever sacrifice of children, uncovering the remains of more than 140 youngsters who were slain alongside 200 llamas as part of a ritual offering some 550 years ago, National Geographic announced ...

Venezuela, Panama agree to restore envoys, air links

Caracas - Venezuela and Panama on Thursday agreed to restore their respective ambassadors and reestablish air links as they sought to patch up a bitter diplomatic row, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Thursday.

UN council expected to vote Friday on Western Sahara talks

New York - The UN Security Council is expected to vote Friday on a contentious US-drafted measure that would lay the groundwork for talks on settling the decades-old dispute over Western Sahara, diplomats said.

Atos and Google Cloud work on digital transformation

Atos and Google Cloud have teamed up in a digital transformation effort, which is designed to help global enterprises utilize emerging technology.

Southern Halo talks new album, future plans, The Swon Brothers Special

Natalia Morris, the lead vocalist, guitarist and principal songwriter of the country trio Southern Halo, chatted with Digital Journal about their new album "Just Like In the Movies."
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