In an investigation into how the virus has infected over 600 people in Larkana city, so far the government has arrested one pediatrician and set up several screening labs in local hospitals.
As the two countries continue their tit-for-tat strategy, they may go beyond the point of no return as Trump contends with his 2020 presidential campaign, while Xi Jinping maintains his unwavering public image.
Social media has become a frontline in the battle against authoritarianism in Sudan.
Macron’s claim that “anti-Zionism is a modern form of anti-Semitism” sparks both praise and criticism in France and beyond.
Jaish al-Adl, an extremist Salafi group, carried a bombing attack on the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), a deadly event that coincided with the Warsaw Summit where the US is trying to convince EU leaders to act against Iran.
The pro-government coalition in the Egyptian parliament, which enjoys a majority, has submitted a bill that aims to extend Sisi’s rule.
German police arrested a 20-year-old man in connection with one of the country's biggest data breaches. A Twitter account published personal data and documents from German politicians and public figures, including Chancellor Angela Merkel.
South Korea's Unification Ministry says police are investigating the hacking attack but have yet to identify the source.
The murder of two Scandinavian women hiking at the Atlas Mountains brought the aspect of security of Morocco again on the agenda. The relatively safe country profits from tourism, the question remains whether it will continue to do so?
Twitter shares have fallen drastically after the company announced it was investigating a breach of security from 'state-sponsored actors'. Twitter says it observed a large amount of traffic from Saudi Arabian and Chinese IP addresses.
The attack on the Christmas market in France's eastern city of Strasbourg has increased security concerns with the French Interior Ministry cancelling public protests.
As France braces for another wave of potentially violent "yellow vest" protests over the weekend, the US-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) issued a safety advisory for journalists who want to be on the field in France and Belgium.
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