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Serbian president accuses 'hooligans' of violent protests

Belgrade - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday accused "criminal hooligans" of driving the violence in protests that have erupted in Belgrade and other cities over his government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Millions under Australia lockdown as global cases hit 12 million

Melbourne - Millions of people in Australia's second-biggest city went into lockdown on Thursday to battle another coronavirus outbreak, as the number of infections worldwide surged past 12 million.

Tokyo to pay nightclubs to close as virus cases surge

Apo - Tokyo unveiled plans Thursday to offer nightclubs subsidies to close as new coronavirus infections in the capital hit a single-day record, with many linked to entertainment districts.

'Consensus' Notre-Dame spire should be rebuilt as it was

Paris - There is a "large consensus" that the spire of the fire-damaged Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris should be rebuilt as it was, France's new culture minister said Thursday.

Q&A: COVID-19 and the impact on long-term care insurance benefits Special

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Australia offers safe haven to Hong Kongers, sparking China fury

Sydney - Australia offered pathways to permanent residency for thousands of people from Hong Kong on Thursday in response to China's crackdown on dissent, drawing a furious reply from Beijing.

'Glee' star Naya Rivera missing, feared drowned

Los Angeles - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, local officials said, with rescuers to continue a search for her on Thursday.

Can Trump keep his finances secret? US Supreme Court to rule on cases

Washington - Can Donald Trump refuse to hand over his financial records to Congress and New York prosecutors simply because he is president of the United States?

Gardener uses Colombia lockdown to save botanical paradise

Calarc - When the coronavirus pandemic swept through Colombia in March, forcing a national lockdown, Alberto Gomez decided he would sit it out amid the lush green foliage of his botanical garden and tend to his plants.

S. Korea's Moon under fire over sex offender's family funeral

Seoul - South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who promised to be a "feminist leader" during his election campaign, was under fire Thursday for sending condolence flowers to the funeral of a convicted sex offender's mother.

Australia offers safe haven to Hong Kongers

Sydney - Australia on Thursday offered pathways to permanent residency for thousands of people from Hong Kong, in a risky challenge to China over its crackdown on dissent in the city.

Queen's letters on Australian PM's sacking to be released in full

Sydney - Queen Elizabeth II's correspondence on her role in the 1975 sacking of Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam will be released next week, it was announced Thursday, after a lengthy battle to make the documents public.

Review: Wally Kurth delivers acting masterclass in 'Days of Our Lives' Special

In the "Days of Our Lives" episode that aired on July 8, Emmy-nominated actor Wally Kurth delivered an acting masterclass as Justin Kiriakis.

George Floyd said officers would 'kill' him in new recording transcript

Washington - George Floyd said he couldn't breathe more than 20 times, called out for his children and late mother and said officers would "kill" him before he died in Minneapolis police custody, new evidence showed.

Secluded Arctic region rejects Putin in rare protest

Moscow - Lyudmila Laptander, an activist advocating autonomy for her mineral-rich Nenets region in the Russian Arctic, worries ities are planning to sacrifice its traditions for the promise of economic enrichment.

Royal rivalry in Italian Riviera 'micronation'

Seborga - The princess showed off her tiny realm, sitting peaceful and picturesque, high above the Italian Riviera.But trouble is afoot in the self-declared micronation of Seborga, where a pretender to the "crown" is stoking passionate opposition.

Domestic workers among few Hong Kongers who will miss TikTok

Fpo - TikTok's exit from Hong Kong was met with a shrug among many locals who distrust the Chinese social media platform, but the app had been embraced by many foreign domestic workers as a way to creatively escape the drudgery of their toil.

Elise Drake talks JAWBRKR, artwork, proud moments and digital age Special

Acclaimed artist Elise Drake chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about being the co-founder of JAWBRKR, a full-service experiential marketing, 3-D Design, custom props, and fabrication company.

Five million begin lockdown in Australian city

Melbourne - Five million people in Australia's second-biggest city began a new lockdown Thursday, returning to tough restrictions just weeks after they ended as Melbourne grapples with a resurgence of coronavirus cases.

Srebrenica widows agonise over the dead and missing, 25 years later

Srebrenica - Fatima Mujic prays every day for the husband and three sons killed in the genocide against Bosnian Muslims that unfolded over several summer days in the town of Srebrenica 25 years ago.
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