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Facebook's Zuckerberg admits mistakes over Cambridge Analytica

Mark Zuckerberg promises changes will be made following the Cambridge Analytica case.

Austin bomber: Deceased suspect named in Texas blasts

Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, has been named by authorities as the suspect who died in an explosion.

Putin 'will use World Cup like Hitler's Olympics', agrees Johnson

Boris Johnson agrees the event in Russia will be a "PR exercise", as he seeks fan safety reassurances.

Ahed Tamimi: Palestinian slap video teen gets eight months in plea deal

For Palestinians, Ahed Tamimi is a national icon, but to Israelis she is a violent troublemaker.

Tesla boss Elon Musk's $2.6bn pay day

Shareholders have approved a deal that could award shares worth billions to Tesla's chief executive.

BBC News

Business Week Online

International Herold Tribune - Asia & Pacific

Asia and Australia Edition: Austin, North Korea, Cambridge Analytica: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

U.S. Highlights Ties With Taiwan, a Day After China’s Warning

A top State Department official said American policy would continue “to ensure that Taiwan’s people can continue along their chosen path, free from coercion.”

China Gives Communist Party More Control Over Policy and Media

A blueprint lays out steps to enhance the party’s authority over films, TV and newspapers, as well as foreign affairs and economic policy, among other areas.

Tech We’re Using: In India, Everything Can Be Delivered (Except Clean Air)

Vindu Goel, our technology reporter in Mumbai, explains how cheap mobile data is changing the country and why WhatsApp is indispensable.

China Refuses Entry to Australian Critic of Communist Party

The brief detention of a Chinese-born Australian signals that China is paying close attention to the intensifying debate about its influence in Australian politics.

The International Herold Tribune - Asia & Pacific

International Herold Tribune - Africa&Middle East

Boko Haram Returns Dozens of Schoolgirls Kidnapped in Nigeria

In a surprising turn, militants released most of the students they seized more than a month ago, though several are thought to have died in their hands.

Cambridge Analytica Had a Role in Kenya Election, Too

An undercover video broadcast on British television revealed that the company worked for the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The Last Male Northern White Rhino Is Gone

The 45-year-old Sudan, the sole remaining male of the rare subspecies of white rhino, died in Kenya.

Sudan, the Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies in Kenya

Just two members of the charismatic subspecies remain, both female. But scientists still hope to prevent the extinction of the animals.

Nigeria Failed to Act in Schoolgirl Kidnappings by Boko Haram, Report Says

Amnesty International accused security forces of doing nothing despite warnings that the militants were nearby. The military denounced the group’s findings.

International Herold Tribune - Africa & Middle East

Researchers say it was easy to take people's data from Facebook

"I should have stored all the data, get that Lamborghini."

Austin bomb suspect used 'exotic' batteries in explosives

The suspect in a spate of bombings across Austin, Texas, killed himself after a confrontation with police early Wednesday.

Fourth Nor'easter in four weeks slams Atlantic Coast

On the first day of spring, a Nor'easter, the fourth in as many weeks, is dumping snow from North Carolina to New England.

Trump has gone all in with the Saudis. People will die because of it.

The president and the crown prince might not want to reckon with reality, but U.S. lawmakers must.

Why rhino's demise may not mean extinction

Assisted reproduction may save endangered animals or even resurrect extinct ones.

The New York Times

Asia and Australia Edition: Austin, North Korea, Cambridge Analytica: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

Police Describe Deadly Showdown With Austin Bombing Suspect

An intense, three-week manhunt came to an end when the suspect, Mark Anthony Conditt, drove into a ditch and blew himself up, the police said.

Who Is Mark Conditt, the Suspected Austin Bomber?

The 23-year-old is believed to be linked to six bombs that killed at least two people and injured five.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Vows Action to Bolster Data Privacy

In his first public statements on a Facebook data privacy scandal, Mr. Zuckerberg said “there’s more to do, and we need to step up and do it.”

Welcome to Zucktown. Where Everything Is Just Zucky.

In Menlo Park, Calif., Facebook is building a real community and testing the proposition: Do people love tech companies so much they will live inside them?

The New York Times

The Wallstreet Journal

Austin Bombing Suspect Was Home-Schooled College Dropout Known for Dry Wit

Mark Anthony Conditt, the man authorities say carried out a string of bombing attacks in Austin, was a home-schooled 23-year-old who had dropped out of college and lived in a fast-growing bedroom community north of Austin.

The Wallstreet Journal

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