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Twitter closes thousands of fake news accounts worldwide
WASHINGTON, Sept 20 — Twitter said today it shut down thousands of accounts worldwide for spreading misinformation, including some artificially amplifying pro-Saudi messaging as part of a regional p...
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Washington Post ad tech platform aims at Google-Facebook duopoly
The new self-service ad-buying interface called Zeus Prime would be offered to other newspapers as part of its Arc Publishing platform.
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Washington Post ad tech platform aims at Google-Facebook duopoly
WASHINGTON, Sept 18 ― The Washington Post yesterday unveiled a new ad tech platform touted as a way to help newspapers counter the loss in online revenue to major platforms Google and Facebook.
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Trump’s approval rating sinks amid worry over economy, poll finds
WASHINGTON, Sept 10 — US President Donald Trump’s approval rating has dropped sharply amid growing public concern about the prospects of a recession, according to a Washington Post/ABC poll publis...
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US states expected to unveil Google antitrust probe next week
More than half of state attorneys general are planning to open an antitrust investigation of Alphabet Inc’s Google as soon as next week, according to two people familiar with...
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White House mulling tax cuts but not to counter short-term weakness, says adviser
WASHINGTON, Aug 23 ― The Trump administration is studying tax cuts to buttress long-term US economic growth that could be rolled out during the 2020 election campaign but is not looking at action to...
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White House mulling tax cut to avoid recession, says report
WASHINGTON, Aug 20 ― The White House is considering cutting taxes or reversing tariffs to head off a recession, US media reported yesterday, despite President Donald Trump's insistence the economy w...
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Asian shares rise on stimulus hopes, recession fears ease
TOKYO, Aug 20 ― Asian shares extended their gains today as hopes for stimulus in major economies tempered anxiety about a global recession, helping boost riskier assets and drawing money from safe-h...
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Asian shares nudge higher on stimulus hopes, recession fears ease
TOKYO: Asian shares extended their gains on Tuesday as hopes for stimulus in major economies tempered anxiety about a global recession, helping boost riskier assets and drawing money from safe-havens such as bonds and gold.
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Asian Stocks to Gain; Dollar Rises to 2019 High
(Aug 20): Asian stocks were set for modest gains on Tuesday after some signs of progress on trade negotiations and speculation of government stimulus to shore up economic growth.
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Wall Street rallies on hopes of global economic stimulus
NEW YORK, Aug 20 ― US stocks climbed yesterday as reports of stimulus efforts in China and Germany calmed fears of a severe downturn in the global economy that were stoked last week as bond yields f...
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Wall St rallies on hopes of global economic stimulus
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks climbed on Monday as reports of stimulus efforts in China and Germany calmed fears of a severe downturn in the global economy that were stoked last week as bond yields fell.
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Pentagon stalls US$10b cloud contract eyed by Amazon
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 2 — The Pentagon has put off awarding a US$10 billion (RM41.5 billion) cloud computing contract sought by Amazon, saying yesterday that the process will be reviewed by the newly-a...
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US to renew sanctions waivers for five Iran nuclear programmes
The United States is set to announce this week it will renew sanctions waivers for five Iran nuclear programmes that allow Russia, China and European countries to continue civilian nuclear cooperation...
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Facebook to create privacy panel, pay US$5bil to US to settle allegations
Facebook has agreed to pay US$5bil (RM20.61bil) as part of a settlement against allegations is misused user privacy, in relation to the scandal involving Cambridge Analytica.
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Facebook pay US$5bil to US to settle allegations
WASHINGTON: The Federal Trade Commission is set to announce on Wednesday that Facebook Inc has agreed to a sweeping settlement of significant allegations it mishandled user privacy and pay US$5 billion, two people briefed on the matter said.
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Facebook to create privacy panel, pay US$5b to US to settle allegations
WASHINGTON, July 24 — The Federal Trade Commission is set to announce today that Facebook Inc has agreed to a sweeping settlement of significant allegations it mishandled user privacy and pay US$5 b...
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Huawei unit cuts more than 600 jobs following US sanctions
SHANGHAI, July 23 — Chinese telecom giant Huawei said today that more than 600 jobs would be lost at a US unit as a result of “curtailment of business operations” caused by Washington’s sancti...
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Fraudsters exploit interest in Libra digital currency
Conmen are making a quick buck tricking those curious about Facebook-backed digital currency Libra, even selling fake investment opportunities on Facebook itself.
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Report: Huawei secretly helped N Korea build, maintain wireless network
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the Chinese company put on a US blacklist because of national security concerns, secretly helped North Korea build and maintain its commercial wireless network, the Washing...
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Trump agrees to prompt responses to licence requests for Huawei sales
President Donald Trump agreed at a meeting with the heads of top technology companies like Google on Monday to make "timely" decisions on requests by US companies to sell to blacklisted Huawei Technol...
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Poland, Lithuania probe Russian-made app behind viral old age selfies
Poland and Lithuania said they were looking into the potential security risks of using 'FaceApp', the Russian-made face-editing app.
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Mexico president calls 'El Chapo' sentence inhumane, vows better society
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday called the jail conditions of drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapp' Guzman inhumane, while vowing to bring down violence stemming from drug violence by...
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US senator calls for investigation into FaceApp
Popular Russia-based application FaceApp, which allows users to change their appearance to look older or younger, came under fire in the United States on July 17, with one senator urging an FBI investigation.
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Erdogan says Trump can waive sanctions for Russian defence purchase
US President Donald Trump has the authority to waive sanctions on Turkey for its purchase of Russian air defence systems and should find a “middle ground” in the dispute, President Recep Tayyip Er...
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Attacks on Big Tech likely at White House social media ‘summit’
US President Donald Trump is gearing up for a fresh assault on Silicon Valley this week with a “social media summit” – inviting conservative critics of Big Tech but excluding the big online platforms themselves.
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Exim bank chief urges faster yuan globalisation
BEIJING: The chairwoman of China’s Export-Import Bank called for an acceleration of reforms to internationalise the Chinese currency, warning that external risks linked to rising global protectionism could harm the financial sector.
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Citing trade risks, China’s EXIM bank chief urges faster yuan globalisation
BEIJING: The chairwoman of China's Export-Import Bank on Saturday called for an acceleration of reforms to internationalise the Chinese currency, warning that external risks linked to rising global protectionism could harm the financial sector.
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Chrysler saviour Lee Iacocca dies at 94
LOS ANGELES: Lee Iacocca, the US auto executive and television pitchman whose feel for consumers’ changing tastes helped produce the Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan and made him one of the fir...
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Lee Iacocca, the man who saved Chrysler from bankruptcy, dies at 94
WASHINGTON, July 3 ― Lee Iacocca, a charismatic US auto industry executive and visionary, who gave America the Ford Mustang and Chrysler minivan, and was celebrated for saving Chrysler from going ou...
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Lee Iacocca, auto executive who saved Chrysler from bankruptcy, dies at 94
Lee Iacocca, a charismatic U.S. auto industry executive and visionary, who gave America the Ford Mustang and Chrysler minivan, and was celebrated for saving Chrysler from going out of business, died at the age of 94, the Washington Post reported.
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China bank stocks fall on possible US action linked to North Korea
BEIJING, June 25 — Shares in three large Chinese banks fell today after a media report said a US judge had found the banks in contempt for refusing to comply with subpoenas related to a North Korean...
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Three Chinese banks face US action in N.Korean sanctions probe, Washington Post reports
WASHINGTON, June 25 — Three large Chinese banks could lose their access to the US financial system after a judge found them in contempt for refusing to comply with subpoenas in a probe into violatio...
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Saudi crown prince linked to Khashoggi murder in UN report
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other senior officials should be investigated over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi given credible evidence against them, a UN rights investigator sa...
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Evidence suggests Saudi Crown Prince is liable for Khashoggi murder - UN expert
Evidence suggests Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohamed Salman and other senior Saudi officials are liable for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a UN rights investigator said today.
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Fake videos prompt need for law
TECHNOLOGY has advanced so much that one can now produce or alter audio or video content to show or present something that actually didn’t happen.
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China blocks websites, Internet accounts in new cleanup campaign
China launched a new campaign to clean up its Internet, state media said, amid a fresh wave of apparent censorship by Beijing blocking more foreign media websites and shutting down domestic accounts on social media.
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Lies, lies and more lies. Out of an old Tacoma house, fact-checking site Snopes uncovers them
Here, in a 97-year-old frame house in the city’s North End, is the headquarters of America’s most popular hoax-debunking website.
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US pushes for Saudi progress on Khashoggi probe before anniversary of killing
The Trump administration is pressing Saudi Arabia to show “tangible progress” toward holding to account those behind the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and wants them to do so before ...
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Wall Street rises with hopes of Mexican tariffs delay
NEW YORK: Wall Street's main indexes closed higher after a choppy session on Thursday as investors grew more optimistic on trade after reports that the United States is considering a delay in imposing tariffs on Mexican imports.
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Wall Street rises with hopes of Mexican tariffs delay
NEW YORK, June 7 ― Wall Street's main indexes closed higher after a choppy session yesterday as investors grew more optimistic on trade after reports that the United States is considering a delay in...
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Global stocks, oil jump amid optimism over Mexican tariffs delay
NEW YORK, June 7 ― Major world stock indexes and oil prices jumped yesterday as investor optimism grew following a report that the United States is considering a delay in imposing tariffs on Mexican...
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Apple CEO says US scrutiny ‘fair,’ but rejects idea company is a monopoly
WASHINGTON, June 4 — Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook denied that the company is a monopoly as the US government gears up for a potentially unprecedented probe into whether the iPhone maker and ot...
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Apple CEO says US scrutiny ‘fair’, but rejects idea company is a monopoly
Apple Inc chief executive Tim Cook denied that the company is a monopoly as the US government gears up for a potentially unprecedented probe into whether the iPhone maker and other technology giants are misusing their massive market power.
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US moving toward major antitrust probe of tech giants
WASHINGTON: The US government is gearing up to investigate whether Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google misuse their massive market power, sources told Reuters on Monday, setting up what could be an unprecedented, wide-ranging probe of some of the world's largest companies.
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US govt moving toward major antitrust probe of tech giants
WASHINGTON, June 4 ― The US government is gearing up to investigate whether Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google misuse their massive market power, sources told Reuters yesterday, setting up what coul...
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US regulators divide scrutiny of Amazon and Google: report
US antitrust regulators have divided oversight of Amazon.com Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google, putting Amazon under the watch of the Federal Trade Commission and Google under the Justice Department.
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Refusal to remove video shows Facebook enabled Russian election meddling: Pelosi
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that Facebook Inc's refusal to remove a heavily edited video that attempted to make her look incoherent had convinced her the company knowingly enabled Russian election interference.
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World Briefs: Tender for consultant on KL-S'pore HSR called
KUALA LUMPUR • MyHSR Corp will call a tender for the appointment of a commercial advisory consultant for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed rail (HSR) project review exercise today.
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New Zealand and France to call for an end to online terror
New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern said that she and French president Emmanuel Macron will host a meeting seeking to eliminate acts of violent extremism and terrorism from being shown online.
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Warren Buffett sees most newspapers as ‘toast’ after ad decline
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): Warren Buffett, the man behind a print-media empire that includes the Buffalo News and Omaha World-Herald, doesn’t think most newspapers can be saved.
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US regulator considering oversight of Facebook’s Zuckerberg: report
Washington Post says discussions between Facebook and Federal Trade Commission officials about the company’s data-handling lapses have touched on instituting some sort of oversight for company CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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KLCI up 0.42%, DWL and Gadang in focus
KUALA LUMPUR (April 22): The FBM KLCI rose 0.42% at mid-morning today, as regional markets were steady, while DWL Resources Bhd and Gadang Holdings Bhd were in focus following the revival of the East ...
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Asia stocks firm, oil hits five-month peak on Iran sanctions report
TOKYO, April 22 — Asian shares were steady today as investors took stock of recent data suggesting global growth may be stabilising, while oil prices spiked on a report the US is likely to ask all i...
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KLCI starts week on positive note, IWCity & Ekovest in focus
KUALA LUMPUR (April 22): The FBM KLCI started the week on a positive note this morning, as regional markets were steady, while Iskandar Waterfront City Bhd (IWCity) and Ekovest Bhd were in focus follo...
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Independence of central banks in question
RUMBLINGS of concern over central bank independence have erupted into full-blown debates on attempts by populist leaders to influence decision-making at central banks.
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Hudson Media chief James Cohen to buy National Enquirer
NEW YORK, April 19 — American Media Inc (AMI) said yesterday it is selling its tabloid the National Enquirer to James Cohen, chief executive officer of Hudson Media.
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Jailed Reuters reporters win Pulitzer Prize
Reuters won two Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, one for revealing the massacre of 10 Muslim Rohingya men by Buddhist villagers and Myanmar security forces, and another for photographs of Central American m...
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Activision Blizzard Reportedly Collecting Employee Pregnancy Data; Gives US$1 In Gift Cards A Day In Return
Activision Blizzard is a company duo with a questionable reputation, especially where its employees are concerned.
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Trump signs orders for 'revival' of US energy
CROSBY, April 11 — In the US oil heartland yesterday, President Donald Trump announced the signing of two executive orders to accelerate the construction of oil and gas pipelines, dismaying environm...
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American Media looking to sell tabloid National Enquirer
NEW YORK, April 11 — American Media Inc yesterday said it is looking at strategic options for its US tabloid newspaper the National Enquirer and may sell the publication.
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Bezos' ex-wife cedes Amazon control in divorce deal
MacKenzie Bezos, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, will give 75 percent of their stake in the company and all voting rights to the billionaire entrepreneur as part of their divorce settlement.
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Jeff Bezos keeps Amazon voting power in divorce settlement
SAN FRANCISCO, April 5 — Amazon.com Inc Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos will retain voting control of his entire US$143 billion (RM583.5 billion) stake in the company under a divorce settlement w...
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Bezos probe finds Saudis obtained his data, Daily Beast says
Saudi Arabia had access to Jeff Bezos’s phone and acquired his personal data and photos, Gavin de Becker, a security consultant for Amazon.com Inc’s founder and chief executive officer, wrote in the Daily Beast.
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Facebook CEO calls for updated Internet regulations
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg called on March 30 for regulators to play a "more active role" in establishing rules that govern the internet, as the world's largest social media network struggles to defuse criticism.
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Twitter considers tagging rule-breaking Trump tweets
SAN FRANCISCO, March 29 — Twitter said yesterday it could start tagging tweets from newsworthy figures such as US President Donald Trump that break its rules, while stopping short of deleting them.
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Australian prosecutors seek jail for media over Pell trial coverage
Australian prosecutors are seeking jail and fines for dozens of journalists and media outlets for alleged contempt of court over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell’s child sex abuse trial last y...
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New Zealand shooting: Australian Senator Fraser Anning's statement utterly...
KUALA LUMPUR (March 15): Australian Senator Fraser Anning’s statement blaming the mass shootings in Christchurch on immigration and Islam is utterly contemptible and illogical, said Minister of Econ...
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Azmin raps Australian senator over NZ attacks remark
KUALA LUMPUR, March 15 — Australian Senator Fraser Anning’s statement blaming the mass shootings in Christchurch on immigration and Islam is utterly contemptible and illogical, said Minister of Ec...
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Web inventor urges users to seek ‘complete control’ of data
GENEVA, March 12 — World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee yesterday slammed the increasing commodification of personal information and appealed for internet users to strive to maintain “complete ...
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Robo-journalism gains traction in shifting media landscape
WASHINGTON, March 10 — A text-generating “bot” nicknamed Tobi produced nearly 40,000 news stories about the results of the November 2018 elections in Switzerland for the media giant Tamedia — ...
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Democrats bar Fox News from moderating debates
The Democratic National Committee on Wednesday said it will not allow Fox News to host any of its candidates’ political debates through 2020, citing a report this week about the conservative channel...
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US senators say Saudi crown prince has gone 'full gangster'
Retired general John Abizaid, US President Donald Trump’s nominee to be ambassador to Saudi Arabia, defended the US-Saudi relationship on Wednesday as lawmakers accused the kingdom of a litany of mi...
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30 years later, Berners-Lee sees mission to fix Internet’s ills
Worldwide web inventor Tim Berners-Lee said on March 5 he is on a mission to fix the problems of online abuse, misinformation and data protection that were not envisioned when the system was created decades earlier.
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30 years later, Berners-Lee sees mission to fix internet’s ills
WASHINGTON, March 6 — Worldwide web inventor Tim Berners-Lee said yesterday he is on a mission to fix the problems of online abuse, misinformation and data protection that were not envisioned when t...
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White House bars four reporters from Trump-Kim dinner
The White House barred reporters from Reuters, the Associated Press, Bloomberg and the Los Angeles Times from covering a dinner between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on We...
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Why is the US harping on Muslim minority issues in other countries?
When Trump proposed the “Muslim ban”, my Muslim friends in America told me that they have been subjected to vary degrees of siege, curses and racism, many of which were from the relevant agencies ...
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Saudi Crown Prince postpones Malaysia trip before he was to arrive
The working visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to Malaysia has been postponed one day before he was due to arrive.Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdul...
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Saudi crown prince postpones visits to Indonesia, Malaysia
JAKARTA (BLOOMBERG) - Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is postponing his trips to Indonesia and Malaysia, according to Indonesia's Foreign Ministry.
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Saudi Crown Prince skips Malaysia, Indonesia in Asia tour
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 16 — Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman will be postponing his visit to Malaysia and Indonesia in his tour of several Asian countries, the Foreign Ministry said today.
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Tun M on condemning Saudi Crown Prince: We’ll see what Japan and China say
When asked if the Prime Minister will condemn the Saudi Crown Prince in person on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi,Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said “we’ll see what Japan and China said first....
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Facebook, FTC discussing 'multi-billion dollar' fine
A report says Facebook and the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) are negotiating a "multi-billion dollar" fine for the social network's privacy lapses.
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US negotiating multibillion-dollar fine with Facebook - report
The US government and Facebook Inc are negotiating a settlement over the company's privacy lapses that could require the online social network to pay a multibillion-dollar fine, the Washington Post re...
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Anwar: Malaysia needs substantive support, aid from the West
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 14 — Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim believes Malaysia’s reform agenda needs more “substantive” support and assistance from the US to prevent a return to autocratic rule.
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MBS to visit Malaysia next week
PETALING JAYA: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is scheduled to make a visit to Malaysia next week where he is expected to meet Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Saudi Crown Prince ‘MbS’ implicated in Khashoggi killing to visit Malaysia
PETALING JAYA: The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, popularly known as MbS, is scheduled to visit Malaysia from Feb 17-18 where he will meet Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Saudi prince to visit Malaysia
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is expected to announce investments in energy and infrastructure during a visit to India and Pakistan in coming days as part of his efforts to wean the Saudi economy off oil exports. He is also expected to visit Malaysia, China, and Indonesia.
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Pakistan, India hope to reap investment from Saudi prince's visit
NEW DELHI,  Feb 12 — Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is expected to announce investments in energy and infrastructure during a visit to India and Pakistan in coming days as part of ...
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Amazon reconsidering move to New York, report says
WASHINGTON, Feb 9 — Amazon is rethinking its decision to create an additional headquarters in New York City amid opposition from key political leaders and protests in the community, The Washington P...
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Saudi crown prince had threatened to use 'bullet' on Khashoggi
A year before Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told an aide he would use “a bullet” on the journalist if he did not return home and end his criticism o...
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Evidence shows Khashoggi murder planned, carried out by Saudi officials: UN
A United Nations-led inquiry into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said on Thursday that evidence pointed to a brutal crime “planned and perpetrated” by Saudi officials.
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US regulators discuss fining Facebook for privacy violations: report
US regulators have met to discuss imposing a fine against Facebook Inc for violating a legally binding agreement with the government to protect the privacy of personal data, the Washington Post reported on Jan 18, citing three people familiar with the discussions.
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No, Brexit Britain does not want its empire back
BRITAIN is moving towards an exit from the European Union (EU) on March 29, possibly with no agreement, and thus courting — according to the Bank of England (BoE) — an 8% drop in gross domestic pr...
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Blacklisted Kaspersky tipped NSA on security breach: media
The computer security firm Kaspersky Labs helped the US NSA spy agency uncover one of its worst-ever security breaches – one year before the US banned the company’s products for government use, US media has reported.
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US don: Malaysia could lose chance at true democracy
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 10 — Malaysia’s window to cement its democratic progress since the general election is fast closing, a US academic wrote.
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English footballer Rooney arrested in US for public intoxication
English football star Wayne Rooney was arrested in December at Dulles Airport outside Washington, DC, for public intoxication, according to local police.
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Leonardo DiCaprio testifies in 1MDB case in the US
KUALA LUMPUR: Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio testified in secret before a grand jury in the US recently as part of the US Department of Justice’s (DoJ) investigation into 1Malaysia Development Bh...
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Report: DiCaprio made secret court appearance in DoJ’s 1MDB probe
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 ― Actor Leonardo DiCaprio has testified before a grand jury as part of the US Department of Justice’s (DoJ) investigation into the 1Malaysia Development Board (1MDB) financial ...
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Leonardo DiCaprio testifies before jury in US probe into 1MDB
PETALING JAYA: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio made a secret appearance before a grand jury recently to testify as part of the US Justice Department's investigation into 1MDB, reported the Washington Post.
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Leonardo DiCaprio made 'secret appearence' to testify on 1MDB - Report
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio had made a secret appearance before a Washington DC grand jury to testify in the 1MDB case.
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