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Enrichment, sabotage cast shadow over new Iran nuclear talks

Vienna - Talks to save the Iran nuclear deal resume in Vienna Thursday amid new tensions, with Tehran preparing to ramp up uranium enrichment in response to an attack on a facility it blamed on arch-foe Israel.

Meet the two men in tug-of-war for Merkel mantle

Berlin - Germany's ruling conservatives are locked in a bitter dispute over who they want to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor when Germany goes to the polls in September.

Syria reporters start Spain's first refugee-led news site

Madrid - Before arriving in Madrid, Muhammed, Ayham, Okba and Moussa honed their skills as journalists during Syria's bloody civil war and now they have opened Spain's first refugee-led digital magazine.

Japan PM heads to Washington with China topping agenda

Apo - Japan's prime minister heads to Washington on Thursday to become the first foreign leader to hold face-to-face talks with US President Joe Biden, with concerns about China topping the agenda.

New Zealand trials 'early warning' virus app at border

Wellington - New Zealand border workers on Thursday began trialling a monitoring app designed to detect coronavirus before the user develops any noticeable symptoms, in what is believed to be a world first.

Hong Kong marks 'national security day' with goose-steps and mascots

Fpo - Hong Kong police displayed a cuddly bear mascot and unveiled a new goose-step march Thursday as the financial hub held a "National Security Education Day", part of its push to instil patriotism in a city chafing under China's rule.

India's desert salt farmers feel the heat from climate change

- Roshni Thakor left school to harvest salt from a sun-baked Indian desert, a backbreaking trade practised by her ancestors for centuries but now threatened by climate change.

Cambodia's Hun Sen says country on 'brink of death' from Covid surge

Phnom Penh - Spiraling Covid-19 cases have put Cambodia "on the brink of death", its strongman premier Hun Sen has warned, as the country imposed lockdowns in the capital Phnom Penh and a nearby city.

Virus could force Olympics cancellation, says top Japanese politician

Apo - A top member of Japan's ruling party has warned the Tokyo Olympics could be cancelled if they are "no longer possible" as virus cases spike in the country, media reported Thursday.

Anniversary highlights Aboriginal deaths in custody crisis

Brisbane - Thirty years after sweeping reforms were recommended to end the injustice of Indigenous deaths in Australian custody, a spate of recent fatalities and soaring rates of Aboriginal incarceration have highlighted failures to act.

US envoy Kerry starts climate talks in China

Shanghai - US climate envoy John Kerry met with his Chinese counterparts in Shanghai on Thursday, in the first visit to China by an official from a Biden administration seeking to re-establish America's leadership on the environment.

Biden faces tangle of sanctions in talks with Iran

Washington - Reviving the Iran nuclear deal would seem like a simple task for US President Joe Biden. Iran wants him to lift sanctions in exchange for Tehran's return to compliance.

Ethan Paisley launches campaign for 'The Bystander Effect' film

On April 15, filmmaker Ethan Paisley will launch an LGBTQ-focused film campaign "The Bystander Effect." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Lilly Palmer is the first artist to launch an NFT on Hypery

Techno DJ Lilly Palmer is the first artist on the platform Hypery to launch an NFT (non-fungible token) through their system. Digital Journal has the scoop.

US cancels Black Sea deployment of two warships: Turkey

Ankara - The United States has cancelled this week's planned deployment of two warships to the Black Sea, Turkish officials and media said Wednesday, amid high tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

Jonathan Stoddard talks 'The Voices' film, career and digital age Special

Actor Jonathan Stoddard chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his latest projects, which include "The Voices," which was released on April 2.

New coronavirus detection method looks at indoor dust particles

A new viral disease surveillance tool is being considered. This looks at indoor dust as an objective for surveillance of the virus that causes COVID-19 - SARS-CoV-2. The aim is to help to inform public health decisions.

UN warns that impact of Caribbean volcano could affect other islands

New York - The humanitarian and economic crisis unleashed by the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano on the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent will last months and could extend to nearby islands, a UN official warned Wednesday.

Nutritionist’s top 4 health and wellness benefits of garlic Special

Garlic is a staple in many dishes across the world. Garlic adds flavor and character to even the simplest of foods. Not only does garlic makes everything taste better, it also has some potent health benefits too, according to Dr. Vikki Petersen.

Remote developer hiring is changing the digital industry Special

The ripple effects of the pandemic has forever changed the workforce, including greater use of new technology and remote working. This includes technology in general and within the developer community specifically.
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