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Facebook hires over 1000 to review ads

Facebook hires over 1000 to review ads

Around 3,000 ads with political messages from Russian Federation were to be shown on Facebook in course of United States presidential election in autumn 2016. All told, Facebook says it sold $100,000 worth of ads linked to the Russian group. "For 50 percent of the ads, less than $3 was spent; for 99 percent of the ads, less than $1,000 was spent", the executive said.


How one DC business owner is helping Puerto Rico recover

How one DC business owner is helping Puerto Rico recover

Florida's Sun-Sentinel newspaper reported that Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, an American territory, on September 20 as a Category 4 storm. "It is extremely important for Florida to be prepared for a large number of evacuees from Puerto Rico", Cortes said .



"Radicalised" person arrested after explosive device found in Paris-minister

The Paris prosecutor launched an anti-terror investigation after a local resident found two gas cylinders inside a building. Two more were found on the street. The bomb was diffused by experts at the scene following an evacuation. It comes almost two years after the Paris attacks when three suicide bombers hit the Stade de France before France played Germany.


Korean workers in China return home amid tougher sanctions

Korean workers in China return home amid tougher sanctions

His comments come a day after Mr Tillerson revealed that United States officials had some communication channels open with Pyongyang, despite the escalating war of words between the leaders of both countries. To a senior Tillerson adviser, there was no ambiguity in Trump's posts . Trump's tour could be a time for South Korea and the USA, as well as the U.S.


Narendra Modi is an 'elected terrorist', says Pak Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif

Narendra Modi is an 'elected terrorist', says Pak Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif

India is being "ruled by a terrorist party - the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)", Asif further said. "What can we say about a country that elects a terrorist [as prime minister]", he said on the show. US President, while unveiling his Afghan policy said, "We can no longer be silent about Pakistan's safe havens for terrorist organizations, the Taliban, and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond".