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Mexico detains 30 Marines accused of disppearances

Mexico - Prosecutors in Mexico have arrested 30 Marines in connection with the disappearances of an unspecified number of people in the northern state of Tamaulipas in 2014, the Navy said Monday.

Understanding the plan to release treated Fukushima water

Apo - Japan's decision to release more than one million tonnes of treated radioactive water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea has stirred fierce controversy.

$69 million digital art buyer shines light on 'NFT' boom

Fpo - The blockchain entrepreneur who paid a record $69.3 million for a digital artwork looks, at first glance, nothing like a wealthy collector.

Jordan royal feud stirs unease in Saudi Arabia

Apo - Saudi Arabia fervently denies involvement in Jordan's royal feud, but the arrest of an advisor to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has stirred unease in Riyadh, which sources say is pushing for his release.

Ramadan breeds dread in crisis-hit Iraq

Baghdad - Faced with sharp price rises, a decline in the buying power of the dinar and rising unemployment, Iraqis enter the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan with a feeling of dread.

Mexican villagers take anti-narco fight into own hands

Colotlipa - Mexican children toting replica rifles march alongside armed members of a self-defense force who say they have been left to defend their village against drug traffickers all by themselves.

President-elect Lasso pledges 'true change' to Ecuador

Quito - President-elect Guillermo Lasso on Monday announced a "true change" in crisis-wracked Ecuador after bringing to an end an era of left-wing election victories.

Op-Ed: Huge chunks of Theia in Earth’s magma and big ramifications

Sydney - A long time ago, Earth collided with a planet called Theia. Big chunks of Theia still exist in the fluid parts of Earth under the mantle. A giant electromagnetic anomaly is one of the possible issues.

Japan to release treated Fukushima water into the sea

Apo - Japan will release more than a million tonnes of treated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean, the government said Tuesday, triggering a furious reaction from China and fierce opposition from local fishing communities.

Japan to release treated Fukushima water into the sea: PM

Apo - Japan's government has approved a plan to release over one million tonnes of treated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Tuesday.

Jessie Godderz is headed to Davis Arena for OVW Wrestling

Louisville - Wrestling champion Jessie Godderz announced that he is headed to Davis Arena tomorrow in Louisville, Kentucky, for OVW Wrestling. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: Afrojack releases stunning remix of Elise Eriksen's 'Less' track Special

Rising pop artist Elise Eriksen has joined forces with acclaimed DJ and producer Afrojack to reimagine her debut single "Less" featuring Shoffy. Digital Journal has the scoop.

G7 urges Russia to stop 'provocations,' de-escalate on Ukraine

Paris - The Group of Seven leading economic powers on Monday called on Russia to stop its "provocations" and "de-escalate tensions" following its troop build-up on the border with Ukraine.

Pandemic hits 'critical point' as Europe deaths top one million

Geneva - Europe passed the grim milestone of one million coronavirus deaths on Monday, as the World Health Organization warned that infections are rising exponentially despite widespread efforts aimed at stopping them.

Canada blocks arms exports to ally Turkey

Ottawa - Canada on Monday blocked military arms exports to NATO ally Turkey after a probe found Canadian drone technology had been misdirected for use in conflicts.

More warm water flowing under Thwaites Glacier raises new alarms

For the first time, researchers have been able to obtain data from underneath Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "Doomsday Glacier." They find that the supply of warm water to the glacier is larger than previously thought.

Far-left schoolteacher takes lead as Peru counts presidential votes

- A far-left union leader and teacher has taken a surprise, though slim, lead in Peru's presidential election, and will likely face a rightwing rival in a runoff in June, incomplete results showed Monday.

Q&A: Protecting data center 'flanks': What CIOs need to know Special

Cyberattacks are of increasing concern for data center managers, with new and persistent threats becoming an issue of daily concern. What is the best strategy to address these issues? A leading expert outlines how.

Coronavirus and the growing drug addiction problem

The coronavirus pandemic has had a major psychosocial impact throughout the world. One of the impacts of this has been a rise in addiction rates and associated substance use disorders. One solution lies in telemedicine and home solutions.

Essential Science: Learning to live with the novel coronavirus

How will we live with the coronavirus going forwards? What risks will new variants pose? Focusing on the disease risk, this week’s Essential Science delves into the pathophysiology of COVID-19.
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