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Brazil president Jair Bolsonaro has said he will not take a vaccine against the coronavirus even after it receives approval from his own government."I'm telling you, I won't take it (the vaccine)," he said in a video posted to social media on Thursday....
It was late on the first Tuesday in November, and Captain Hussen Besheir, an Ethiopian federal soldier, was on duty at a guard post outside the military camp in Dansha. It was close to midnight when he saw headlights approaching.
US electric car maker Tesla is recalling 870 vehicles in China over defective roofs, part of which could fall off, China's market regulator said on Friday.
What was supposed to be the exciting start of a new decade quickly became one of the most unpredictable years of this century, as the coronavirus pandemic sent ripples through the cybersecurity sector. What can we expect next year?
Companies attempt to use managed service providers to help to off-set some of the risks associated with IT security. Such providers can also help with addressing post-activity risks. While this model has worked well, more needs to be done going into 2021.
India banned 43 more Chinese apps on Tuesday including some from e-commerce giant Alibaba, saying they threatened its "sovereignty and integrity" as tensions remain high between the nuclear-armed neighbours following a deadly border clash.
Following a public disagreement between Apple and Epic, a resolution has been reached and subsequently Fortnite is coming back to iOS devices. How has the settlement come about and what does it mean?
The Arab music industry -- plagued by rampant piracy, free YouTube clips and dated channels -- is the new target for global streaming giants intent on bringing the outmoded business into the digital era.
The Solomon Islands is reportedly planning to ban Facebook after the government received harsh criticism on the social media platform, sparking outrage among rights groups and opposition figures in the Pacific island nation.
Facebook and Twitter defended their handling of US election misinformation at a heated congressional hearing Tuesday where one key senator assailed the platforms for being the "ultimate editor" of political news.
The new #DeleteFacebook page is a mix of right-wing rhetoric, and some “interesting” claims which look very like QAnon. This is a major risk to all social media; this is how to shut down actual free speech.
The coronavirus pandemic has a considerable impact upon health services and the public health response. The responses require new approaches and different ways of working, from caring for newborns, to schools, and the workplace.
Evidence suggesting an initial half dose of the vaccine being developed by drugs firm AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford is more effective than a full dose is counterintuitive, and even took the researchers by surprise.
This year has seen an increase in scientific studies looking at microbial contamination in vaping liquids. While the reports show variability with product types and manufacturers, the concerns are sufficient and suggest a new health standard is needed.
China plans to launch an unmanned spacecraft to the moon this week to bring back lunar rocks -- the first attempt by any nation to retrieve samples from Earth's natural satellite since the 1970s.
Thousands of democracy activists blocked a major junction in Bangkok for several hours on Friday to rehearse "coup prevention" strategies in the latest round of Thailand's anti-government protests.
French authorities on Friday detained four officers suspected of beating and racially abusing a black music producer in Paris in a case that has shocked President Emmanuel Macron and drawn outrage from celebrities and sports stars.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Friday met with African Union envoys to discuss the conflict in Tigray, where the army is poised for what he has called the final offensive against regional forces.
Dressed in impeccable camouflage fatigues with Kalashnikovs slung over their shoulders, Russian peacekeepers stand guard along the last road linking Armenia with the restive region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Diego Maradona scored more than 300 goals, many touched with genius, but the two most famous came within four minutes of each other on June 22, 1986 in Mexico: one was voted Goal of the Century, the other is even more famous.
The Goldfish Swim School has expressed its gratitude this holiday season. It is the premier swim school that teaches swimming to children ages four months to 12 years old.
Huge crowds bade a grief-filled adieu Thursday to Argentina's favorite son Diego Maradona before he was buried on the outskirts of the capital after a farewell that at times descended into chaos.
Olympic gold medalist, former figure skater, and author Scott Hamilton chatted with Digital Journal about his new digital platform Live Your Days.
Yes, Macy's annual Thanksgiving Day parade will go on this year, although there will be some major differences due to the pandemic. Gone are the student marching bands or sidewalk crowds, but there will be plenty of balloons and entertainment.
Gallerist and documentary producer Ruth-Ann Thorn chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her docu-series "Art of the City" and the reality show "Billion Dollar Beauty Brand."
Emmy-nominated actress Haley Pullos ("General Hospital") chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her upcoming virtual GH Fantasy event that she will be doing with fellow actor Tajh Bellow.
Actor Randy Wayne chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about being a part of the hit digital drama series "The Bay," and being a part of "Green Valley" and Brad Everett Young's Dream Loud campaign.
The last few years have seen a new raft of legislation that businesses have had to grapple with. As we move into 2021 it is likely that there will be a renewed focus on data privacy, as well as a continued vigilance upon cybersecurity.
Data analytics can help to find new insights and develop new products, both of which are key to many businesses growing and surviving. Recent advances in technology have made making more use of analytics a must for 2021.
Starting a business in the midst of a pandemic might not be a crazy idea. A place to start is with using a business incubator. These serve as ideal spaces for entrepreneurs launching or scaling during COVID-19.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed organizations to accelerate their digital transformation efforts this has also ultimately increased the size and complexity of their attack surface management, leading to security risks.
The U.S. logged 2,092 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, making it the deadliest day since May 6, when 2,611 fatalities were reported. More than 3.1 million new cases of the virus have been reported since November 1, the most reported in a single month.
Scotland on Tuesday voted to offer free universal access to period products, becoming the first country in the world to do so.
Tattoos are increasingly popular and tattoo parlours are one area of consumer product supply that are doing well during the peculiar circumstances arising from COVID-19. Not all tattoo shops are of the same standard and there are some areas of concern.
There were 144,145 new coronavirus cases among children 17 and under in the U.S. from Nov. 12 to 19, a record 28 percent increase over the previous week ending Nov. 12, which saw 112,000 new COVID-19 cases among children.
Because the country has no domestic production of the COVID-19 vaccine, Canada will have to depend on other countries for a vaccine, meaning Canadians will likely receive doses weeks after some of our allies says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
US President-elect Joe Biden's foreign policy team has entered the stage with calls to return to international cooperation and democratic values after Donald Trump's chaotic four years.
The German government on Wednesday agreed on September 26 next year for the general election to choose a successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel, a government spokeswoman said.
The Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee will hold a public hearing Wednesday in Gettysburg to discuss “election issues and irregularities.” Rudy Giuliani will attend the hearing.
Former secretary of state John Kerry signed the 2015 Paris Agreement on behalf of the United States, a decision subsequently reversed by President Donald Trump.
A short boat ride from the shores of Karachi, mangrove trees sprout along the quiet inlets of an uninhabited island that environmentalists say provides vital coastal protection to Pakistan's largest city.
The invasive Argentine black and white tegu lizard, which can reach up to 4-feet in length, has spread throughout Florida's southern region and has even spilled over into Georgia and South Carolina.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his government's net-zero accountability plan on Thursday, requiring the federal government to set five-year interim emissions reduction targets over the next 30 years to ensure progress toward that ambitious goal.
A passenger ferry ran aground Saturday next to islands between Sweden and Finland, leaving nearly 430 passengers and crew stranded for the night, the Finnish owner and coast guard said.
Nearly a year after a mysterious pneumonia emerged in China and began its global spread, there is still no silver bullet treatment for Covid-19 despite an unprecedented effort to discover new medicines or repurpose existing drugs.
The coronavirus pandemic is no excuse for not getting enough exercise, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, warning that even before the crisis many were getting too little physical activity.
The United States will temporarily require visitors from Iran, Myanmar and a number of African nations to pay up to $15,000 in visa bonds in a new hardline immigration measure enacted late in Donald Trump's presidency.
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