A team of three officials will be led by Ri Son Gwon, the chairman of North Korea's committee for the peaceful reunification of the country, the North told its neighbour early on Saturday, the South's Unification Ministry said.
Facebook pages of SpaceX and Tesla, which had millions of followers, are no longer accessible after Elon Musk began an exchange on Twiiter by responding to a tweet from WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton on the #deletefacebook tag.
About 20 Information Commissioner's Office officials arrived at the London offices of Cambridge Analytica, soon after a High Court judge issued a search warrant over allegations the firm improperly harvested information of millions of Facebook users.
Trump said he signed the measure that had passed the Senate just hours earlier "as a matter of national security," because it dramatically expands military funding and provides for "the largest pay increase" for US troops in over a decade.
Stocks plunged on Wall Street after US President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Thursday – and that fear rippled into Asia, where markets went on a stomach-churning ride.
The bill which President Trump has yet to approve, sees an $80 billion increase on military spending. But the cuts are not enough to forestall an $800-billion budget deficit for the year.
John Bolton, a neoconservative, an ardent advocate of the invasion of Iraq and using military force against Iran and North Korea becomes Trump's third national security adviser in 14 months.
China has already warned that it will take "all necessary measures" to defend itself, raising the prospect of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies.
John Dowd quit days after Trump directly attacked Mueller's investigation as a "witch hunt," raising questions about whether the president was interfering with the probe.
White House says President Donald Trump to announce actions against China for allegedly stealing US technology or pressuring US companies to hand it over. Beijing vows to defend China's interests.
Facebook faces criticism over allegations that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed user information to build profiles on US voters, used to help elect Trump in 2016.
Under the plan, companies including Google and Facebook with significant digital revenues in Europe will pay a 3 percent tax of their turnover on various online services in the EU, generating an estimated $6.1 billion a year.
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