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Magnate Deripaska resigns from Rusal board over US sanctions

Moscow - Russian aluminium giant Rusal said Friday that Oleg Deripaska has resigned his seat on the board, a key step in the company's efforts to escape US sanctions targeting its founder and key shareholder.

Trump's North Korea U-turn: Art of the deal or a boon for regime?

Seoul - Donald Trump's abrupt cancellation of his summit with Kim Jong Un will strengthen the hand of the reclusive state's leader, analysts say, re-invigorating Pyongyang's relationship with China and driving the two Koreas closer together.

15 hurt in blast at Indian restaurant in Canada

Ottawa - Canadian police on Friday hunted two men after a blast at an Indian restaurant near Toronto injured 15 people, including three dual Indian-Canadian nationals, but police said there were no initial signs of terrorism.

Author Preben Ormen opens up about 'White Jaguar' book Special

Author Preben Ormen chatted with Digital Journal about his new book "White Jaguar: An Inspector Marco Nayal Crime Detective Thriller."

France arrests two spies for passing secrets to China

Paris - Two former French spies have been arrested after being accused of passing classified information to China, officials revealed on Friday, highlighting what experts see as Beijing's push to develop its foreign intelligence capabilities.

War, displacement reshuffle Syria's demographic map

Beirut - Seven years of war and massive displacement have redrawn Syria's demographic map, erecting borders between the country's ethnic, religious, and political communities that will be hard to erase.

From Hollywood 'God' to #MeToo pariah: the disgrace of Weinstein

New York - For decades, he was the kingmaker lording it over Hollywood who Meryl Streep famously called "God." But on Friday, Harvey Weinstein was arrested and charged with rape, the most famous pariah of the #MeToo cause.

Happy GDPR Day - but not for some US websites

Apo - The EU's flagship new data protection laws came into effect on Friday but hit an early hitch as several major US news websites were blocked to European users.

French govt seeks end to rail strike with 35 bn-euro debt pledge

Paris - The French government has agreed to absorb 35 billion euros in debt from the state railway SNCF, union officials said Friday, raising the chances of an end to nearly two months of strikes.

Tropical system in Gulf of Mexico to dampen Memorial Day weekend

Concerns are growing that the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season may start early with the formation of Tropical Storm Alberto this Memorial Day holiday weekend.

GDPR: Europe’s new privacy law, is officially here

The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on Friday aimed at forcing companies to pay closer attention to how they handle customer data with severe penalties for breaching consumers’ privacy rights.

Turkish banker files appeals notice against US conviction

New York - A Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in prison for plotting to help Iran evade US sanctions on billions of dollars of oil proceeds took steps Friday to appeal his conviction in New York.

Italian populist PM nominee bids to finalise cabinet

Rome - Italy's prospective new prime minister Giuseppe Conte laboured Friday to finalise his government team as a battle heated up over the eurosceptic coalition's pick for economy minister.

Netflix market value reaches $150 billion, exceeds Comcast

On Thursday, May 24, the streaming service Netflix ruled the entertainment world. The market value of Netflix soared over $150 billion.

Graft-tainted Spanish PM faces no-confidence motion

Madrid - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday faced a Socialist no-confidence motion and calls for a snap election after his Popular Party was found guilty of benefiting from illegal funds in a massive graft trial.

No 'facts' to support MH17 charges: Russia's Lavrov

Moscow - Russia said Friday the Netherlands had provided no evidence that Moscow was directly behind the 2014 shooting down of flight MH17 over war-torn east Ukraine, accusing the Dutch of promoting their own agenda.

Spain's Socialists file no-confidence motion against Rajoy over graft

Madrid - 'Spain’s biggest opposition party, the Socialists, filed a no-confidence motion on Friday against Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy after his conservative Popular Party was found guilty of benefiting from illegal funds in a mega graft trial.

Brazil airport cancels flights due to truckers' strike

Bras - The airport in Brazil's capital Brasilia canceled flights Friday as it ran out of fuel due to a five-day-old truckers' strike.At least four domestic flights and one American Airlines flight to Miami were canceled, according to airport authorities.

Landmark EU law is new weapon for data protection campaigner Schrems

Vienna - As a young Austrian law student, Max Schrems took on Facebook and won, and seven years ago he was already raising the alarm over the flaw Cambridge Analytica allegedly exploited to obtain the data of millions of users for political purposes.

Review: Steve Burton, Bradford Anderson perform at Governor's Comedy Club Special

Levittown - On May 24, Emmy award-winning actor Steve Burton (Jason Morgan on "General Hospital") and Emmy-nominated actor Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli on "General Hospital") performed at Governor's Comedy Club in Levittown on Long Island.
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