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Biden clinches Democratic nomination for 2020 race against Trump

Washington - Joe Biden said Friday he had secured the delegates needed to clinch the Democratic nomination and face Donald Trump in November's US presidential election.

Black boy's death sparks racism protest in Brazil

Recife - Hundreds of Brazilians marched Friday over the death of a black boy whose mother, a maid, had entrusted him to her white employer, in an echo of the protests racking the United States.

Op-Ed: Trump orders 9,500 US troops back from Germany

Relations between the US and Germany have reached such a low level that the Trump Administration has announced that 9,500 troops will be returning from Germany to the US.

'We want to breathe, too': solidarity from Iraq

Baghdad - Seventeen years after US troops invaded their country and eight months since protests engulfed their cities, Iraqis are sending solidarity, warnings and advice to demonstrators across America.

Final farewells at Mexican cemetery lose luster over coronavirus

Mexico - The peculiar nature of the job means they have more work than ever right now. But Mexico's gravediggers and crematorium workers say they are paying a heavy price for constant exposure to other people's grief during the coronavirus pandemic.

There is still time to save the oceans, says Jacques Cousteau's grandson

Los Angeles - It's not too late to save the oceans from destruction, says the grandson of famed French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau.

Virus crisis strengthens Italy premier Conte, for now

Rome - Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's handling of the coronavirus crisis has allowed him to shed his reputation as a weak-willed puppet of other parties and even bolstered his country's image abroad, some experts say.

Wear masks in public, says WHO in new coronavirus advice

Geneva - The World Health Organization Friday changed its advice on face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying they should be worn in places where the virus is widespread and physical distancing is difficult.

Trump sparks controversy saying 'great day' for George Floyd

Washington - President Donald Trump sparked controversy Friday, calling it a "great day" for George Floyd, the man whose death in custody last week unleashed nationwide protests over police brutality against African Americans."We all saw what happened last week.

Alien Ant Farm opens up about new music, digital age, and fans Special

Terry Corso, the lead guitarist of Alien Ant Farm, chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about their cover of "Everything She Wants" by Wham! and being artists in the digital age. He also thanked their hardcore fans.

French forces kill leader of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb

Paris - French forces have killed the leader of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, Algerian Abdelmalek Droukdel, in northern Mali, France's defence minister said.

French forces kill Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb leader: minister

Paris - French forces have killed the leader of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), Algerian Abdelmalek Droukdel, in Mali, French Defence Minister Florence Parly said on Friday.Droukdel was killed on Thursday in the northwest Mali town of Tessalit.

Wally Kurth talks 2020 Daytime Emmy nod for 'Days of Our Lives' Special

Acclaimed actor Wally Kurth chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about his 2020 Daytime Emmy nomination for "Days of Our Lives."

Trump threatens EU, China tariffs over lobster duties

Bangor - President Donald Trump threatened Friday to impose tariffs against the European Union and China in retaliation for duties imposed on imports of US lobster.

US planning to slash troops in Germany: report

Washington - US President Donald Trump has ordered the Pentagon to slash the number of troops it maintains in Germany by more than a quarter in the coming months, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Marriott ceases Cuban operations after new Trump sanctions

Havana - Marriott has been ordered by the US Treasury Department to close its Four Points Sheraton hotel in Havana by the end of August and abandon plans to open others in Cuba, a spokeswoman for the American hotel group told AFP on Friday.

Trump declares America back after good jobs report

Washington - President Donald Trump declared the US economy in "rocket" mode Friday after data showed a surprising recovery in the coronavirus-ravaged jobs market -- lifting his own sinking reelection chances in the process.

Wendy Riche talks about 7 Daytime Emmy nominations for 'The Bay' Special

Executive producer and executive story editor Wendy Riche chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the seven 2020 Daytime Emmy nominations for "The Bay."

Op-Ed: Earth is on the threshold of becoming too hot for humans

Last month was the hottest May on record worldwide, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service. Globally, May was 0.63 degrees Celsius warmer than the average of May between 1981 and 2010. Face it, folks - The Earth has reached its heat threshold.

Review: Trace Adkins charms on liberating 'Mind On Fishin'' single Special

Country singer-songwriter Trace Adkins released his new single "Mind on Fishin'" on Verge Records. Digital Journal has the scoop.
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