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Facebook says it has removed 783 Iran-linked pages, accounts and groups from its service for what it calls "coordinated inauthentic behaviour." That's the social network's term for fake accounts run with the intent of disrupting politics and elections.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid's Karim Benzema scored twice to help the European champions secure a 3-1 victory over Girona on Thursday as they progressed to the Copa del Rey semi-finals 7-3 on aggregate.
PARIS/BERLIN (Reuters) - France, Germany and Britain have opened a new channel for non-dollar trade with Iran to avert U.S. sanctions, although diplomats say it is unlikely to allow for the big transactions that Tehran says it needs to keep a nuclear deal afloat.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An Australian air strike on Iraq in 2017 "may have" killed up to 18 civilians, the Australian government confirmed late on Thursday, following a year-long investigation.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia said on Thursday it would take a medical glove manufacturer to court after it failed to pay its workers for three months, sparking a protest.
Bangladesh's central bank sued a Philippine bank to recoup losses it suffered when unidentified hackers stole US$81mil (RM331mil) from its account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York nearly three years ago.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Thursday warned Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of consequences for what it called "egregious" acts of intimidation, and said Russia and other countries should cease "last-minute looting" of oil and gold.
DUBAI/RIYADH (Reuters) - In Dubai's overflowing churches and Riyadh's secretive masses, Catholics across the Gulf are eagerly awaiting Pope Francis' historic visit to the United Arab Emirates next week.
Shao Hung, 48, attacked the 26-year-old mother with a seven-inch knife before stealing her bag causing her to spend 12 days in hospital.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Thousands of U.S.-bound Central American migrants resumed their northern journey on Thursday, Mexico City officials said, part of a growing group of would-be asylum seekers who say they are fleeing violence and poverty back home.