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(Reuters) - Social media platform Parler, which has gone dark after being cut off by major service providers that accused the app of failing to police violent content, may never get back online, said its CEO John Matze.
WASHINGTON (AP): His place in the history books rewritten, President Donald Trump endured his second impeachment largely alone and silent.
(Reuters) - Some U.S. lawmakers have said President Donald Trump should be disqualified from holding political office again following his impeachment on Wednesday for inciting a mob that stormed the Capitol as lawmakers were certifying President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
(Reuters) - As rioters scaled scaffolding outside the U.S. Capitol, Roxanne Mathai held up her cell phone to record the sea of supporters of President Donald Trump storming America’s bastion of democracy.
LISBON (Reuters) - Groups representing journalists and lawyers in Portugal complained of a threat to press freedom on Wednesday, after prosecutors acknowledged having spied on two reporters to try to ferret out their sources in a case against soccer club Benfica.
BRUSSELS, Jan. 13 (Xinhua) -- Data protection watchdogs in any member state of the European Union (EU) can file complaints against Facebook despite the fact the company bases its European presence in Ireland, advocate general Michal Bobek advised the European Court of Justice on Wednesday.
KOTA KINABALU: Businesses were off to a quiet start on the first day of the movement control order, just a day after the streets in the city here were jammed with vehicles as people rushed to complete tasks and tie up loose ends.
SEREMBAN: Two of the country’s senior civil servants head the list of 272 recipients of titles and awards in conjunction with the 73rd birthday of Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negri Sembilan Tuanku Muhriz Tuanku Munawir today.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Bar hopes that the declaration of a state of emergency will not put democracy and rule of law at peril.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said on Wednesday he would fly back to Russia on Jan. 17 from Germany where he has been recovering after being poisoned, shrugging off potential legal risks that could see him jailed.