New York: Amid allegations of Cambridge Analytica data misuse, Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday finally broke his silence over the issue and said his company committed 'mistakes' in how it handled data belonging to 50 million of its users. more
Donald Trump appoints Mike Pompeo as US Secretary of State

Washington, Mar 13: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday announced that CIA director Mike Pompeo will now serve as the Secretary of State.

Pakistan can do more to combat terrorism: US

Washington: The US has directed Pakistan to use the proper oppurtunity to defeat terrorists.

Florida shooting: Walmart, Dick's Sporting Goods introduce new measures on gun sales

Washington: In the wake of the recent Florida school shooting, which accounted for 17 lives, US retail majors Walmart and Dick's Sporting Goods have announced stricter measures on gun ...

Florida school shooting kills 17, suspect taken into custody

Florida: A 19-year-old man opened fire at a high school campus in Parkland area of the US on Wednesday, killing at least 17 people, media reports said.

Twitter says will not block any world leaders from site

San Francisco, Jan 6 (JEN): Sharing its views on alleged inflammatory tweets by world leaders, Twitter said that it won't block these individuals as that would certainly hamper necess ...

Iran censors social media following protests, Trump cries foul play

Tehran, Jan 1 (JEN): After four days of nationwide protest, which has rocked Iran, the national government has decided to put a cap on social media, to curb spread of news, reports said. ...

Iran warns citizens against illegal gatherings

Tehran, Dec 30 (JEN): Hit by a wave of anti-government protests for over two days, Iran has warned its citizens against illegal gatherings.

Anti-government demonstrations grip Iran, several arrested

Tehran, Dec 30 (JEN): Iranian forces have arrested several people after anti-government protests roiled the nation on Friday, reports said.

US says N Korea carried out WannaCry virus

Washington, Dec 19 (JEN): Earlier this year, over 230,000 computers across 150 countries were affected by the WannaCry computer bug, starting rumours that a certain Asian regime was behin ...