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Social media giants including Facebook and Twitter face the threat of fines if they fail to take down harmful content such as images of child abuse and material inciting violence, under a crackdown launched in the UK.
Britain's regulator Ofcom will make social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter responsible for harmful content on their platforms, the BBC said.
Chinese official’s request for Tencent, Alibaba to develop apps related to Covid-19 receives backlash
Tencent and Alibaba said they already have tools dedicated to community epidemic control. The coronavirus has forced the authorities to put cities under lockdown or quarantine.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The gruesome murder of a 25-year-old woman in Mexico's capital has unleashed outrage among authorities and rights groups after leaked photos of her mutilated body appeared on the front page of a newspaper.
After Jay Chou and Super Junior's KL concerts, Rockaway Festival 2020 has been added to the list of music events postponed due to the Covid-19 coronavirus.
SEREMBAN (Bernama): A two-year-old boy miraculously survived after he was flung out of a vehicle he was travelling in with his family in a crash involving another vehicle on the southbound North-South Expressway near Senawang.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Talks between the United States and the Taliban in Doha continue over the specifics of a reduction in violence, a State Department spokesperson said on Tuesday, hours after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani he had a phone call with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido on Tuesday wrote on Twitter that he has arrived in his country after travelling in North America and Europe.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Under pressure from President Donald Trump, the U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday abruptly moved to seek a shorter prison sentence for veteran Republican operative and long-time Trump adviser and friend Roger Stone, with all four prosecutors quitting the case after the highly unusual reversal.
WASHINGTON/KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on Tuesday he was told by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that "notable progress" had been made in talks between the United States and the Taliban on an agreement for a U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.