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In light of the revelation Facebook scans private messages, among other revelations, Facebook issued a press release to make its data policy more clear. "If any of the users come forward and file complaints about any harm or damage done, we can take action under the IT Act", the person said. Those ads reached about 10 million Facebook users in the United States, the company said in October.
  • Commonwealth Games 2018: Sathish Sivalingam wins 77 kg weightlifting gold

    Commonwealth Games 2018: Sathish Sivalingam wins 77 kg weightlifting gold

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    Winning two Commonwealth Games (CWG) titles by age 24, that too in different weight categories and with CWG records is no easy task. The only disappointment in the weightlifting arena was Saraswati Rout in the women's 58kg category, who failed to complete a single valid lift in the snatch section and was disqualified from clean and jerk as a result.
  • Deaths for April 7

    Deaths for April 7

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    They spent most of their lives working and living on their farm near McFall. Memorials are suggested to the First Baptist Church or the George Bedford Post 169 of the American Legion. Dixie Ann Broadhurst, 78, of Winfield passed away Sunday, April 1, 2018 , at her home surrounded by family after a courageous three-year battle with cancer.
  • Dozens dead in suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria

    Dozens dead in suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria

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    Meanwhile, the Russian-backed Syrian government denied that its forces had launched any chemical attack, Reuters reported . A man receives treatment at a hospital in Damascus , Syria following airstrikes. First responders say at least 40 people in Douma were killed late Saturday in suspicious circumstances. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said 11 people had died of suffocation but could not say if chemical weapons had been used.
  • Putin allies targeted in new United States sanctions

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    The widespread penalties are in retaliation for what Washington says are Moscow's increasingly malign activities ranging from its annexation of Crimea to continued support of the Syrian regime, as well as its efforts "to subvert Western democracies, and malicious cyber activities".
  • Amit Shah ridicules Opposition unity, likens them to 'dogs and bitches'

    Amit Shah ridicules Opposition unity, likens them to 'dogs and bitches'

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    Earlier, Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that the BJP government is trying to diminish the SC/ST Act and reservation. BJP will never end the reservation policy . Speaking at the party workers" rally, senior BJP leader Nitin Gadkari said, " If there is a party which has cadres willing to sacrifice themselves for the country's progress, then it is BJP.
  • Israel detains Palestinian crossing tense Gaza border

    Israel detains Palestinian crossing tense Gaza border

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    A Palestinian journalist died after being wounded by Israeli fire on Friday while covering deadly protests along the Israel-Gaza border. At least 21 Palestinians were killed at last week's March 30 protests, or succumbed to their wounds in the following days, after Israeli forces fired live ammunition, tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets at protesting Palestinians.
  • US, NK Officials Directly Talking About Plans for Summit

    US, NK Officials Directly Talking About Plans for Summit

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    Although the North Korean regime has not publicly declared its invitation by Kim to meet Trump, which was conveyed last month by a South Korean envoy, several officials have said that North Korea has since acknowledged Trump's acceptance, and Pyongyang has reaffirmed that its leader was willing to discuss the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.
  • Facebook Messenger's 'Unsend' Feature Is What Happens When You Scramble

    Facebook Messenger's 'Unsend' Feature Is What Happens When You Scramble

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    TechCrunch compared email receipts from 2010 which prove Facebook messages from Zuckerberg were sent, with the Facebook chat logs-proving that the messages were deleted in-house. Sandberg's announcement is part of an effort by Facebook to monitor and stop such practices, although she told Perino that the social network's size-about two billion users-makes it hard to do so.
  • Mom charged in decapitation of her 7-year-old son

    Mom charged in decapitation of her 7-year-old son

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    The driver, a man in his 20's, was taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Then made a mess inside the home too, according to WFMJ-TV . A woman buried alive under the debris on Friday night after the wall of her house caved in on her in New Ashok Nagar due to heavy storm in Delhi. In a statement, Brockport school district officials said Abraham Cardenas was a first grader at Barclay Elementary School.
  • GoFundMe Account for Humboldt Broncos Raises Over $1 Million

    GoFundMe Account for Humboldt Broncos Raises Over $1 Million

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    It pretty much affects the whole hockey world". "You can't make up for loss, you just can't". After a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League collided with a tractor-trailer late Friday afternoon outside of Tisdale, Saskatchewan, killing at least 15 of the 29 people on board , the NHL community responded by coming together.
  • Nicondra: Stay weather aware, strong storms are expected overnight

    Nicondra: Stay weather aware, strong storms are expected overnight

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    The April sun should take care of any snow or ice on roads by 11 a.m. Sunday . Monday expect variable cloudiness with only a 20% chance for a few showers with a high near 80. Scattered rain/snow showers will continue Saturday morning, before tapering off to partly sunny skies by the afternoon. A coastal storm will stay offshore as we head into the second half of the weekend.
  • Trump Is Skipping the White House Correspondents' Dinner Again

    Trump Is Skipping the White House Correspondents' Dinner Again

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    President Donald Trump announced Friday that he will miss the White House Correspondents' Dinner for the second year in a row , citing concerns with news coverage of his administration. The comment from the White House came hours after the USA administration sanctioned seven Russian oligarchs, 12 companies, and 17 top government officials and allies of President Vladimir Putin.
  • North Dakota hockey teams show support for Humboldt Broncos

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    Team President Kevin Garinger said parents from across western Canada were struggling to cope with the tragedy and were rushing to the scene. "We will never forget April 6, 2018, and we will never forget the members of our Broncos family who were taken from us and who were injured", he said.