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World celebrates Christmas under pandemic’s shadow

Pope Francis celebrated Christmas Eve mass in St Peter's Basilica before fewer than 200 masked faithful, mostly employees of Vatican City

China tests millions in port over Coronavirus cluster

The cluster that has emerged in port city of Dalian in recent days has grown to 12 cases

Google using language AI model to match stories with fact checks

Google is working closely with Wikipedia to detect and remove vandalism that it may use in knowledge panels.

Payal Ghosh pledges to donate organs

"I pledge to donate my organs once I am no more. I requested my family to give my organs once I am dead. It's great to donate so that they can save other lives. I lost a friend today."

Poor facing more risks from coronavirus due to malnutrition: Report

"COVID-19 exposes the vulnerability and weaknesses of our already fragile food systems which is already stressed by increasing climate extremes.”

Nine years of conflict in Syria leaves millions displaced, 380,000 dead

In March 2011, protests break out to demand political change after four decades of repressive rule by the Assad dynasty.

UK HC orders Pakistan to pay millions in Hyderabad funds case

The Nizam's descendants, Prince Mukarram Jah the titular eighth Nizam of Hyderabad and his younger brother Muffakham Jah, had joined hands with the Indian government in the legal battle against the Pakistan government over around GBP 35 million lying with NatWest Bank plc in London.

Imran Khan urged to reopen Khokhrapar border crossing with India

"If you look at it from a human perspective, it is a blatant case of the violation of millions of peoples' fundamental religious rights," he said.

Many ICE protesters arrested from Manhattan Microsoft store

Microsoft and other tech giants have been facing the ire for making millions of dollars doing business with the law enforcement agency responsible for family separation of large number of immigrants.

Hong Kong reels from worst clashes in months as protesters battle police

The rally quickly descended into violent clashes with riot police which stretched into the early hours of Sunday, with officers pursuing protesters into metro stations and making mass arrests.

Facebook offering ‘millions’ to publishers for news

A person familiar with the matter confirmed that Facebook has approached News Corp. about paying to license Wall Street Journal stories.

Forget big screen, Nusrat, Mimi set Instagram on fire

The two young MPs from Mamata Didi's camp broke the glass ceiling with their choice of western wear during the visit to Parliament for the first time after their victory in the Lok Sabha elections.

Did you apply for Google CEO’s job on LinkedIn?

Later, LinkedIn accepted it was actually a security bug that let users post an official-looking job opening on nearly any firm's LinkedIn business page.

Hong Kong police vow to pursue HQ siege protesters

Opposition to the extradition bill managed to unite a wide cross section of Hong Kong.

‘All-time high’ fake news storm hits millions in India polls

The "ICUBETM 2018" report from market research firm Kantar IMRB said that the number of Internet users in the country will reach 627 million by the end of 2019

Killing of millions of indigenous Americans changed global climate: Study

The settlers killed the indigenous people for more than 100 years in South, Central and North America, causing large swathes of farmland to be abandoned and reforested, researchers at University College London, or UCL, said in the study on Friday.

New sleeping pill can help patients wake up in response to threat

The findings showed that millions prescribed on these sleeping pills would sleep through a fire alarm as someone vacuuming next to their bed.

Fatty diet linked to life-threatening liver disease

There is an urgent need to understand the causes of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease progression so that successful therapeutics can be designed and brought into clinical practice, the study noted.

North Korean hackers steal millions from ATMs in Asia, Africa

Symantec's research team has uncovered the key component used in the group's recent wave of financial attacks. The operation, known as "FASTCash", enabled Lazarus to fraudulently empty ATMs of cash.

US state sues Trump Tower over alleged water pollution

She said that the building takes in almost 20 million gallons of water per day from the river to cool the property's heating and ventilation systems, and that heated water is later discarded into the river.

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