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Mexico says officials spent $61 million on Pegasus spyware

Public Safety Secretary Rosa Icela Rodríguez said records found revealed 31 contracts signed during the administrations of President Felipe Calderón in 2006-2012 and President...

Blinken comment on India, U.S. ‘shared values’ riles China

Democracy should not be used as a label or tool to belittle or smear other countries or stoke confrontations, says Beijing American Secretary of...

Chinese President Xi Jinping visiting Tibet is a threat to India, says senior US Congressman

Chinese President Xi Jinping visiting Tibet last week is a threat to India, an influential U.S. lawmaker has said, accusing the Joe Biden-led...

Imran Khan’s party wins most seats in PoK Legislative elections marred by violence: Opposition alleges ‘rigging’

Imran Khan’s PTI won 25 seats while Pakistan People’s Party came second with 11 seats and the incumbent PML-N secured just six seats Prime...

China’s wolf warrior approach is here to stay, says writer Peter Martin

India is perhaps the best example of how this approach has backfired by pushing it much closer to the U.S., and alienating a billion...

Data | Low-income countries have received only 0.27% of the COVID-19 doses administered so far

Due to wide disparity in vaccine supply, of the 52 countries in Africa, 38 have given at least one dose to Low-income countries have...

Pelosi says Capitol probe to go on despite GOP’s boycott plans

Unfazed by Republican threats of a boycott, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared that a congressional committee investigating the January 6 Capitol insurrection will take...

Dalai Lama’s close aides targeted on Pegasus spyware list

‘Analysis indicates that the Indian govt. was selecting the potential targets’ Several of the top India-based aides to the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama,...

Explained | Right To Repair movement and how Big Tech is reacting to it

With products becoming difficult to repair, activists and consumer organisations are advocating the ‘Right to Repair’ movement, which aims to enable consumers to repair...

Amazon shuts down cloud infrastructure linked to Israeli firm NSO

NSO Group's spyware was used in attempted and successful hacks of 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, government officials and human rights activists around the...

Tencent snaps up British video game developer Sumo in $1.3 bln deal

The deal comes days after China's market regulator decided to block Tencent's plans to merge videogame streaming sites, Huya and DouYu, on antitrust grounds. China's...

Survivors recall escape, ponder future after Europe’s floods

More than 180 people in Belgium and Germany didn't survive the massive flooding that crashed through parts of Western Europe on Wednesday and Thursday ...
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