Macron begins Trump charm offensive with Fox News interview

Macron begins Trump charm offensive with Fox News interviewTouting “a very strong personal relation” with Donald Trump, the French president, Emmanuel Macron, on Sunday began an ambitious charm offensive intended to strengthen US commitments in Syria and Iran while heading off threats of a transatlantic trade war. Prior to his departure for an official state visit to Washington, Macron likened himself to Trump in an interview with Fox News Sunday, a venue with a wide following among Trump supporters and likely to be watched by the president himself.


Source: Yahoo! News

Facebook begins fact-checking news for users in India, one of its largest markets

  1. Facebook begins fact-checking news for users in India, one of its largest markets  The Verge
  2. Facebook to face class action suit on facial recognition  New York Daily News
  3. Facebook class action lawsuit over facial recognition OK’d by judge  Engadget
  4. 740 ILCS 14/ Biometric Information Privacy Act. – Illinois General Assembly  Illinois General Assembly
  5. Facebook must face class action over facial recognition: US judge  Reuters
  6. Full coverage


Source: Google News -Technology

Who Is Andrew Brunson? American Pastor Begins Terrorism Trial in Turkey

  1. Who Is Andrew Brunson? American Pastor Begins Terrorism Trial in Turkey  Newsweek
  2. US pastor faces terror charges in fraught trial in Turkey  The Mercury News
  3. Turkey says not siding with anyone on Syria, policy different from Iran, Russia, US  Reuters
  4. Turkey’s president is holding Americans hostage. Why aren’t we doing anything about it?  Washington Post
  5. Full coverage


Source: Google News

Peru's Vizcarra begins presidency with 57 pct approval rating

Peru's Vizcarra begins presidency with 57 pct approval ratingPeruvian President Martin Vizcarra kicked off his presidency with a 57-percent approval rating, according to an Ipsos poll published in a local newspaper on Sunday. A former vice president, Vizcarra took office on March 23 after his predecessor, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, resigned in a graft and vote-buying scandal. The Ipsos survey, published in El Comercio, showed 13 percent of Peruvians polled disapproved of Vizcarra.


Source: Yahoo! News