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BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Notorious for leaks and chastened by previous security lapses, the White House went to unusual lengths to keep President Donald Trump's Thanksgiving trip to Afghanistan under wraps, devising a cover story for his movements that included posting scripted tweets while he was in the air, administration officials said.
PARAMARIBO (Reuters) - A court in Suriname on Friday convicted President Desi Bouterse of murder for the execution of 15 opponents in 1982 during an earlier term as military ruler of the South American country after he and other soldiers led a violent coup to seize power.
PETALING JAYA: A private Facebook group believed to be based in Johor is allegedly selling banned items, ranging from tiger teeth and bones, and tapir skulls to elephant teeth.
BISHKEK (Reuters) - Former Kyrgyz president Almazbek Atambayev went on trial behind closed doors on Friday charged with illegally setting free a jailed organised crime boss, which led to his arrest in August after a dramatic stand-off with security forces.
Dozens of activists blocked an Amazon distribution centre outside Paris on Thursday to protest the environmental damage they say is caused by rampant consumerism during "Black Friday" sales.
HAVANA (Reuters) - The European parliament joined the United States on Thursday in condemning Cuba's detention and reported mistreatment of leading dissident Jose Daniel Ferrer, whom the Communist government in Havana calls a U.S.-backed counterrevolutionary.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's World Cup cricket hero Ben Stokes and world champion sprinter Dina Asher-Smith were named sportsman and sportswoman of the year at the Sports Journalists Association (SJA) British Sports Awards on Thursday.
IT was a night of fun and merrymaking for pressmen who attended the media appreciation night organised by Ewein Zenith Sdn Bhd at The Whiski in Karpal Singh Drive, Jelutong.
India wants to conduct an audit of WhatsApp's security systems following revelations that a spyware exploited vulnerabilities in the Facebook-owned messaging platform, the country's technology minister said on Nov 28.
At a time when stars have easy access to their own megaphones to reach fans, there's a growing wariness in the celebrity industrial complex about engaging in old-school journalistic efforts such as the access magazine profile or get-to-know-you meetings with reporters. And that's a huge mistake, in the eyes of Sean Cassidy, president of the New York-based PR and marketing firm DKC.