The ban on Donald Trump has reignited debate over regulation of social media.
The action by social media giants such as Twitter and Facebook to ban Donald Trump from their websites appears to be too little, too late. By the time social media companies took action against users and groups spurring on the siege of Capitol Hill this week, the damage
After four years of constant noise and controversy, President Donald Trump’s final days in office have been eerily quiet — mostly because Twitter took away the digital platform that enabled him to boast and bully, and to overwhelm the attention
While his return was just a repost of his lawyers’ letter, the phrasing carried the ex-president’s characteristic defiance.
In the swiftly changing scenario of international relations, UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan told visiting Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, “Syria has been absent from its brothers for too long, and the time has come for it to return to them and to its Arab surroundings.” It is a bold call for Arab unity,
Urs Kessler, who runs Jungfrau Railways, a train that takes tourists up the highest mountain in Switzerland, was excited for the return of Chinese tourists after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted late last year. But barring one small group in February and a few larger ones expected in May, few have materialised. Many tour operators like
Two months after US corporate activist Hindenburg Research accused multibillionaire Indian businessman Gautam Adani of stock exchange frauds, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is maintaining silence on the subject, ignoring pointed questions put to him by the Opposition, particularly Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
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