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Rough treatment by security of woman passenger in China draws concern, official response sparks outrage
Video of the incident shows the woman was manhandled and forcibly removed from the train. The response from Xian metro caused further outrage, partly because it appeared to be dishonest.
Lawmakers: Confusion over e-voucher registration, missed SMS messages show Hong Kong’s elderly need more help
A long queue formed outside a government office in Mong Kok on Thursday morning, as residents sought to reapply for the consumption vouchers. City’s largest political party calls for more manpower to help older Hongkongers navigate the process, noting some don’t even use a cellphone.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia may treat Apple or Google's refusal to remove Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's app from their stores as meddling in its parliamentary election this month, Interfax news agency cited the communications regulator as saying on Thursday.
The Chinese government’s campaign to improve conditions for workers has spurred companies, particularly some of its hardest-driving tech giants, to cut down on long hours of compulsory overtime but not all employees are happy about it.
Beijing’s municipal government has proposed an investment in Didi Global Inc that would give state-run firms control of the world’s largest ride-hailing company, according to people familiar with the matter.
The BTS fan account was banned from posting on Weibo after images circulated online last week of a customised airplane from Jeju Air with images of Jimin on it.
Western media news websites are being hijacked by pro-Russian trolls to spread propaganda and disinformation supporting the Kremlin, according to research published by a British university on Sept 6.
Charles Randell, who heads the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), said social media firms are enabling criminals to lure in unsuspecting investors — especially through adverts for so-called crypto tokens.
The companies were instructed by regulators to strictly abide by new restrictions on gaming time for minors and prohibit "harmful” game content, such as violence or portrayal of "sissy” men.
(Reuters) - A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into the SolarWinds Russian hacking operation has dozens of corporate executives fearful information unearthed in the expanding probe will expose them to liability, according to six people familiar with the inquiry.