What Facebook says about security issue involving almost 50 million accounts
Facebook Inc:
Facebook network breach impacts up to 50 million users
Facebook said on Friday that an attack on its computer network had exposed the personal information of nearly 50 million users.
Hertha stun Bayern for first win in nine years
Hertha Berlin stunned leaders Bayern Munich 2-0 on Friday for their first win over them in nine years that snapped the champions' unbeaten run this season and moved the Berliners joint top in the Bundesliga.
China’s leaders confront an unlikely foe: Ardent young communists
They were exactly what China’s best universities were supposed to produce: young men and women steeped in the ideology of the Chinese Communist Party.
Trump agrees to open ‘limited’ FBI investigation into accusations against Kavanaugh
President Donald Trump, ceding to a request from Senate Republican leaders facing an insurrection in their ranks, ordered the FBI on Friday to reopen a background investigation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his nominee to the Supreme Court, and examine allegations of sexual assault against him.
Man killed in Jessore knife attack
A man has been killed in a knife attack in Jessore.
UN General Assembly adopts first-ever political agenda for ending tuberculosis epidemic
The first-ever UN high-level meeting on ending tuberculosis (TB) has produced a historic political declaration, with specific, measurable milestones set for 2022.
Quake, tsunami kills at least 30 on Indonesia's Sulawesi island
The death toll from the earthquake and tsunami on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi jumped to 384 on Saturday, authorities said, with many of those killed swept away by giant waves as they played on the beach.
Ronaldo lawyers to sue Der Spiegel over 'illegal' report
Lawyers for Cristiano Ronaldo said on Friday they would sue German magazine Der Spiegel after it published "blatantly illegal" accusations by an American woman who alleges she was raped by the Portuguese football star in 2009.
China censors bad economic news amid signs of slower growth
China has long made it clear that reporting on politics, civil society and sensitive historical events is forbidden. Increasingly, it wants to keep negative news about the economy under control, too.
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