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Pakistanis celebrated on Friday their National Day with a military parade in the capital, Islamabad, showcasing short- and long-range missiles, tanks, jets, drones and other hardware.
An envoy of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in Cambodia for talks on regional issues and bilateral cooperation, also touching on the July election that critics say will be neither free nor fair.
Cambridge Analytica is being loudly criticized for apparently using massive amounts of data on 50 million Facebook users to formulate political advertising on behalf of the Trump campaign after receiving the data from Cambridge University researcher Aleksandr Kogan.
Ross Douthat, the consistently provocative New York Times columnist, had a personal reason for being put off by Donald Trump’s prowess at dominating television.
We are living in a society that values big data and the conveniences that it affords us. As intelligent consumers, when we use Facebook or a loyalty card, we are making a tradeoff between privacy and the value we obtain.
Our country’s social, political, moral and economic wellbeing is at stake.
We have a law-and-order president who is determined to make America safer. President Trump and his administration are moving swiftly and taking action.
A Filipino Roman Catholic priest who was held by Islamic State group-linked militants last year says airstrikes gave the military the crucial edge in crushing a siege by the extremists.
The suspect linked to a barbershop shootout in San Francisco on Wednesday — that left a police officer and five others injured — was reportedly a 21-year-old Palestinian immigrant who was on probation for a 2015 armed robbery.
The international community is doing a disservice to the Egyptian people by supporting the country’s armed forces with “few strings attached,” an anti-corruption watchdog said Friday.