"Will Haunt Many": Nawaz Sharif Pic With Ailing Wife Shared On Twitter

  1. “Will Haunt Many”: Nawaz Sharif Pic With Ailing Wife Shared On Twitter  NDTV
  2. Ex-Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif returns to face ‘jail cell’  BBC News
  3. Pakistani women face impossible electoral choice  CNN
  4. Nawaz Sharif returns to Pakistan LIVE updates: Ex-PM arrives in Abu Dhabi with daughter, to reach Lahore at 6.15 pm  Firstpost
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Twitter Wants To Create More Shared Experiences By Integrating Everything

  1. Twitter Wants To Create More Shared Experiences By Integrating Everything  BuzzFeed News
  2. Twitter makes Moments vertical like every other timeline  Engadget
  3. Twitter renews live news focus with Moments overhaul, personalized alerts, more  9to5Mac
  4. Twitter is putting more live news events in your timeline and notifications  The Verge
  5. 12 years later, Twitter is still trying to explain itself  Mashable
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David Spade Shared Photos Of Kate Spade In Memory Of His Sister-In-Law

  1. David Spade Shared Photos Of Kate Spade In Memory Of His Sister-In-Law  BuzzFeed News
  2. ‘Yes people’ kept Kate Spade from getting bipolar help, sister says  Page Six
  3. What’s In A Name? For Kate Spade, It Was Everything Until It Was Nothing  Refinery29
  4. The media coverage of Kate Spade’s death was frankly unacceptable  The Independent
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Of course Facebook shared data with Chinese smartphone makers, but it probably means nothing

  1. Of course Facebook shared data with Chinese smartphone makers, but it probably means nothing  BGR
  2. Facebook says it gave Huawei and other Chinese firms access to user data  CNNMoney
  3. Facebook Now Admits It Also Shared Your Data with Chinese Phone Maker Huawei  Fortune
  4. Facebook Gave Device Makers Deep Access to Data on Users and Friends  New York Times
  5. Facebook gave Chinese smartphone maker Huawei access to user data  NBCNews.com
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Facebook Now Admits It Also Shared Your Data with Chinese Phone Maker Huawei

  1. Facebook Now Admits It Also Shared Your Data with Chinese Phone Maker Huawei  Fortune
  2. Facebook’s new data shocker involves accused national security threat Huawei  Mashable
  3. A Facebook Partnership with China’s Huawei Sparks Spying Fears  PCMag
  4. Facebook granted devices from Huawei, a Chinese telecom firm, special access to social data  Washington Post
  5. Facebook gave Chinese smartphone maker Huawei access to user data  NBCNews.com
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Report: Facebook Shared User Data with Device Manufacturers

  1. Report: Facebook Shared User Data with Device Manufacturers  Slate Magazine
  2. Facebook faces more scrutiny, this time for sharing user data with device makers  Marketing Land
  3. Dem lawmaker: ‘Looks like Zuckerberg lied to Congress’  The Hill
  4. Device makers had access to Facebook user data  ConsumerAffairs
  5. Technology Companies and Retailers Lead US Stocks Higher  U.S. News & World Report
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Facebook Shared Your Data With Phone Makers Like Apple. Here's Why This Scandal Could Be Huge

  1. Facebook Shared Your Data With Phone Makers Like Apple. Here’s Why This Scandal Could Be Huge  Fortune
  2. Facebook says it “disagrees” with the New York Times’ criticisms of its device-integrated APIs  TechCrunch
  3. Facebook gave user data to 60 companies including Apple, Amazon, and Samsung  Business Insider
  4. Facebook Gave Device Makers Deep Access to Data on Users and Friends  New York Times
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Modi calls for 'equal access' to shared maritime area

Modi calls for 'equal access' to shared maritime areaIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Friday for countries to have “equal access” to shared maritime and air spaces, and for regional disputes to be settled under international law. In a speech at the start of a security summit in Singapore, Modi described his vision of nations across the Asia-Pacific region forging closer security and economic ties. Although Modi did not single Beijing out for direct criticism, he referred to China’s military buildup in the South China Sea and its sweeping territorial claims across the strategic waterway.


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