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Twitter has suspended 125,000 accounts “for threatening or promoting terrorist acts,” the website announced on Friday.

Twitter Employee won the Nobel Peace Prize

AS construction begins on monuments containing everlasting flames to commemorate the brave actions of an unknown Twitter employee who deactivated Donald Trump’s account yesterday, the Nobel foundation has confirmed that this year’s Peace Prize will be awarded to the employee. Trump’s Twitter account was shut down for 11 minutes by the employee on their last day with Twitter, during which time …

26 killed in church attack in Texas

A man dressed in black tactical-style gear and armed with an assault rifle opened fire inside a church in a small South Texas community on Sunday, killing 26 people and wounding about 20 in what the governor called the deadliest mass shooting in the state’s history. The dead ranged in age from 5 to 72 years old. Authorities didn’t identify …

Canada to accept one million new immigrants by 2020

Canada’s government says it will attempt to boost the Canadian economy by welcoming nearly one million immigrants over the next three years. That’s a boost of more than 10% on current figures. The plan was announced by Canadian Minister of Immigration Ahmed Hussen, who was born in Somalia. Al Jazeera’s Daniel Lak has more from Toronto.

Suu Kyi visits Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi made her first visit as Myanmar’s leader on Thursday to the conflict-torn region where more than half a million Rohingya Muslims have fled state-led violence that has spiralled into Asia’s worst refugee crisis in decades. Her visit to Rakhine state comes as Suu Kyi is under intense international scrutiny for her response to the exodus, which …

US accused by Cuba official for lying about sonic attacks on diplomats

Cuba’s foreign minister on Thursday accused the United States of lying about mysterious sonic attacks that US diplomats in Havana say left them with ailments including headaches, hearing problems and concussions. Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said the US was “deliberately lying” about the attacks, which Cuba’s government has denied any knowledge of. Speaking at a news conference, Rodriguez alleged the …

Facebook will create ‘hundreds’ of jobs as expansion

Facebook is to create “several hundred” jobs in Ireland next year. The tech giant has not yet finalised details for its latest expansion, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed there will be a substantial jobs boost “in the higher end of the hundreds”, during a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Ireland is home to Facebook‘s largest office outside of Silicon Valley, …

Trump criticised American media once again

US President Donald Trump once again stormed the media for publishing false news on him. He said he was trying to discuss with his former advocate on the lack of disclosure of money received from Russia-backed parties. Former manager of the Trump propaganda department Paul Manaforth was charged with conspiracy and money laundering against the US on Monday. It opened …

World’s first ‘smart train’

Train means that it has a special system. However, this train is not required those. Battery and small lines on the road is enough for this train. The world’s first ‘smart train’ will run on China roads soon. It was launched in June of this year and is currently experimenting in the city of Zhuzhoy, Hunan. This type of railway …

Prime Minister of Canada in Superman Dress

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the ‘Halloween’ incarnation. On October 31, the world celebrated ‘Halloween’ celebrations. Wife Sophie, accompanied by children Ella, Javier and Hadrian, Trudeau posed to Media before attending a parliament session on Tuesday. The whole family of the Trudeau was impressed with the ‘Halloween’ getaway. Trudeau tied a tie with a Superman logo in the neck. Afterwards, …

Nuclear Attack in North Korea

A huge tunnel in the nuclear area of ​​the Pungary area in northern Korea collapsed. 200 people were killed in the incident. Today the Japanese media is brought to light. Construction works at the Military Site on October 10 stated that the tunnel had collapsed. In the first tunnels 100 people were trapped. The relief teams received the information and …

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