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Alphabet’s Google Inc said, on Tuesday, that it would roll out an advanced protection programme in order to provide stronger security for government officials and journalists who are at a higher risk of being targeted by hackers.
Google has found evidence that a Russian government campaign used the company’s platforms to spread propaganda, according to a new report from The Washington Post.
Chinese authorities appear to have severely disrupted the WhatsApp messaging app in the latest step to tighten censorship as they prepare for a major Communist Party congress next month.
A British man sentenced to jail in Dubai for touching a man's hip has had the charges against him dropped, his representatives have said.
Kebbi Government has set new safety measures for boat operators to address the recurring boat mishaps which has claimed 33 lives since April in the state.
Senator John McCain has taken a barely-veiled jab at President Donald Trump's avoidance of military service, sharply escalating their war of words.
Jose Mourinho is using a tried-and-tested tactic by publicly criticising his Manchester United players and he will get the reaction he craves, according to Stuart Pearce.
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo says Nigeria is still suffering the consequences of the lack of transparency involved in the award of OPL 245 to Malabu Oil and Gas Ltd in 1998.
A second US judge ordered a freeze on President Donald Trump’s newest travel ban order Wednesday, saying it was essentially targeted at Muslims in violation of the US Constitution.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said he was pleased with the friendly relations between Turkey and Nigeria, which he said has grown in leaps and bounds over the years.
One thing stood out clear during the visit, the members of the Security Council expressed their deep concern about the persistence of significant delays in the implementation of the provisions of the agreement.
The Kaduna State House of Assembly said on Tuesday it had sought the support and approval of the Senate to enable the state government to access $350m loan.
Eleven people, mostly foreign workers, were killed in a landslide at a construction site on Malaysia's Penang Island, officials said Sunday, as anger mounted among residents at the accident.