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EU probes Facebook, Instagram over election disinformation worries

EU leaders are especially worried about Russian attempts to manipulate public opinion and undermine European democracy. Read More

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Israel’s Netanyahu says any ICC arrest warrants would be scandal on historic scale Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that if the International Criminal Court issues arrest warrants for government…

IMF, Mali reach staff deal on $120 million emergency financing

JOHANNESBURG – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Tuesday it had reached a staff-level agreement with Mali for about $120 million in emergency financing, as the West African country…

Britain sends first voluntary asylum seeker to Rwanda – Sun newspaper

LONDON – Britain has sent its first asylum seeker to Rwanda under a voluntary scheme, The Sun Newspaper reported on Tuesday, saying the unnamed migrant was flown out of the…

Binance’s CEO Zhao faces sentencing over money laundering violations

Zhao would be the second major crypto boss to go to prison. Read More

Brother of Mexican drug lord ‘El Mencho’ released, security ministry says

MEXICO CITY – Mexico has released Abraham Oseguera, the brother of Mexican drug lord Nemesio “El Mencho” Oseguera Cervantes of the powerful Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), the security ministry…

Gaza boycott continues to weigh on McDonald’s sales

McDonald’s has described the boycott’s greatest impact as in the Middle East. Read More

Azerbaijan puts activist in pre-trial custody on smuggling charge he denies

BAKU – An Azerbaijani pro-democracy activist was placed in pre-trial custody on Tuesday on smuggling charges he denied in the latest of a series of cases that have prompted Western…

AI can be the next leap for the US-Singapore FTA, says Trade Minister Gan Kim Yong

The FTA was “a bridge built at the right place, at the right time”, he said. Read More

World Court rejects emergency measures over German arms exports to Israel

THE HAGUE – Judges at the International Court of Justice on Tuesday ruled against issuing emergency orders to stop German arms exports to Israel, adding that they remained deeply concerned…