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ROME (Reuters) - Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva looks set to join Lazio after the Serie A club on Monday posted a picture of the Brazilian having a medical on their official Twitter account.
Governments around the world are enlisting “cyber troops” who manipulate Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets to steer public opinion, spread misinformation and undermine critics, according to a new report from the University of Oxford.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will end visa-free entry for Qatari nationals with some exceptions, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said on Monday, the latest measure taken against Doha which Cairo and three Gulf governments are boycotting.
A US federal appeals court on Monday upheld nondisclosure rules that allow the FBI to secretly issue surveillance orders for customer data to communications firms, a ruling that dealt a blow to privacy advocates.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Four South Sudanese news websites and blogs have been partially blocked, internet users and a broadcaster said on Monday, blaming it on a government crackdown on independent media.
KUALA TERENGGANU: The Jabor-Kijal stretch between KM250 and KM305.9 on Lebuhraya Pantai Timur 1 (LPT1) and Lebuhraya Pantai Timur 2 (LPT2) will be temporarily closed between 5am and 2pm on July 22 for the De’ Perasing Ride@LPT2.
NOTTINGHAM, England (Reuters) - South Africa took full advantage of an abject England batting display on Monday to complete a crushing 340-run win in the second test at Trent Bridge which leveled the series 1-1 with two games remaining.
PETALING JAYA: Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar took to Twitter to thank the Prime Minister for "shortening the distance" between Sungai Buloh and Kajang with the completion of the MRT-SBK line.
A group representing major technology firms including Alphabet Inc and Facebook Inc urged the US Federal Communications Commission to abandon plans to reverse the landmark 2015 rules barring Internet service providers from blocking or slowing consumer access to web content.
NEW DELHI: Indian lawmakers voted Monday to pick the country’s president, who is certain to come from the lowest Dalit caste, in an election seen as strengthening Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grip on power.