Facebook to use its News Feed to push more videos to users
Facebook, in a blog post, also said it was tweaking the kinds of advertisements that run in videos on the network.
Trump discusses North Korea situation with Putin: White House
Trump also thanked Putin “for acknowledging America’s strong economic performance in his annual press conference,” the statement said.
May wins applause from EU leaders for Brexit efforts
May told her peers that she was on course to deliver Brexit and urged them to speed up the talks to unravel more than 40 years of membership.
EU leaders clash over refugees
Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni were among those who demanded that all countries take in a mandatory share of people requiring asylum.
Uber investor departs venture firm amid harassment claims
In a statement, Sherpa Capital thanked Pishevar for his contributions to the firm and said it was “deeply committed to our culture of integrity, inclusion, and respect.”
UN chief presses for release of arrested Reuters journalists in Myanmar
Guterres said his main concern over Myanmar was the “dramatic violations of human rights” during a military crackdown in Rakhine State.
China says war must not be allowed on Korean peninsula
The White House said on Wednesday that no negotiations could be held until North Korea improved its behaviour.
UN chief says arrest journalists shows erosion of press freedom in Myanmar
Antonio Guterres said his main concern over Myanmar was the 'dramatic violations of human rights' during a military crackdown in Rakhine State and the arrest of the journalists was probably related.
Putin says US gripped by fabricated spymania, praises Trump
Trump took office in January, saying he was keen to mend ties with Russia. Ties have soured further after US intelligence officials said Russia meddled in the presidential election.
France proposes age-of-consent rule for Facebook users
France proposes age-of-consent rule for Facebook users.
Islamic State threatens US attacks over Jerusalem decision
The group said it would carry out operations and showed images of New York’s Times Square and what appeared to be an explosive bomb belt and detonator.
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa calls for end to Western sanctions
While the EU removed sanctions on Zanu-PF officials, members of the military and some government-owned firms in 2014, the US has kept a travel and economic embargo on several ruling party elites.
Seven decades in the making, EU set to sign defence pact
First blocked by the French parliament in the 1950s and later by Britain, which feared an EU army, the pact aims to end the squandering of billions of euros by splintered defence policies and Europe’s heavy reliance on the United States.
China angered as US considers navy visits to Taiwan
Tensions have risen in recent days after a senior Chinese diplomat threatened China would invade Taiwan if any US warships made port visits to the island which China claims as its own territory.
Music therapy may help ease depression
Analysis found patients felt less depressed when music was added to their treatment regimen, according to the analysis in the Cochrane Library.
Greeks call strike over austerity and bailout reforms
Domestic flights and Athens transport were disrupted, ships remained docked for 24 hours and some public services shut as part of the strike organised by Greece’s largest labour unions, private sector union GSEE and its public sector counterpart ADEDY.
Sharpened Spurs out to prick City bubble
Tottenham fell to seventh after winning just one league game in November but have since recovered with a morale-boosting Champions League victory over APOEL Nicosia.
Israel closes Gaza border crossings after Palestinian rocket strikes
It said it targeted training camps and weapons storage compounds. Hamas usually evacuates such facilities when border tensions spike.