Social media giant says it is worried about the safety of its staff in India, days after police visited its office as part of an investigation related to the firm tagging certain posts by ruling BJP as manipulated.
A single lie may not damage a society, but an unending stream of thousands has a cumulative effect, and history has shown us how dangerous that can be.
Indian opposition leaders and commentators say defeat of PM Modi's right-wing party in crucial state of West Bengal and elsewhere shows his populist sway might be containable.
US President Joe Biden marked his first 100 days in office with a joint address to Congress where he repeatedly spoke of global cooperation in a major shift from the hawkish nationalism of his predecessor Donald Trump.
New measures include plans for the Justice Department to crack down on self-assembled "ghost guns," and make "stabilising braces" subject to registration under the National Firearms Act.
Once credited for fueling India’s rapid growth, the state-owned banking model is now under the knife.
In a superseding indictment, the US has charged six people allegedly connected to far-right fringe group Oath Keepers for conspiring to storm the Capitol. The remaining three defendants were previously indicted for conspiracy in January.
The Senate will reconvene on Saturday to debate on whether to allow witness testimony, then finish closing arguments and possibly vote on a verdict.
Defence lawyers argued in Donald Trump's impeachment trial that the former president bore no responsibility for the deadly attack on the US Capitol while accusing Democrats of “hatred” and “hypocrisy.”
Democrats use their remaining hours of arguments in the impeachment trial to lay out the physical and mental harm caused by the attack, discuss Trump’s lack of action as it unfolded and do a final presentation on the legal issues involved.
The House of Representatives will vote on a resolution to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from her assignments as Republicans consider discipline. She approves violence against Democrats and claims Donald Trump won the election.
A growing number of US Republican senators say they are opposed to the proceedings, pushing back with both political and constitutional arguments.
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