Facebook deletes Iran-linked fake accounts that lured 1m followers

Facebook Inc said on Friday it had deleted accounts originating in Iran that attracted more than 1 million US and British followers, its latest effort to combat disinformation

A giant in crisis rocked by corruption

Brazil, which holds a presidential runoff election Sunday, is a giant in size and economy, but has been struck by a string of corruption scandals that have rocked its political

US gunman targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue

A gunman yelling, "All Jews must die," stormed a Pittsburgh synagogue during Saturday services, killing 11 worshippers and wounding six other people including four police

Is populism a disease? Or a cure?

Populist nationalism is here to stay. Many still believe it a phase which, like surliness in adolescence, will pass and be succeeded by orderly, thoughtful maturity. But they will

At least 4 reported dead, 12 injured in shooting at Pittsburgh synagogue

At least four people were killed and 12 shot and three officers injured responding to an active shooting incident at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday, local media and CNN

Bangladesh starts taking World Bank credit with higher interest rate

Bangladesh has signed a deal with the World Bank for the first-ever loan on 2.5 percent interest while the rate was 0.75 percent until now. The country will have to spend more on

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