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Facebook gave a big blow to former US President Donald Trump, account suspended for 2 years

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Facebook gave a big blow to former US President Donald Trump, account suspended for 2 years

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San Francisco: Facebook on Friday suspended the account of former US President Donald Trump for two years, in a bid to suspend the accounts of public figures for violating the rules. There is a maximum penalty under the new rules. Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice president of global affairs, said in an announcement: “We are today announcing a new enforcement protocol to be applied in exceptional cases, and we are confirming the time-bound punishments in line with the protocols we’re using. Applying to Trump’s account.. We believe his actions seriously violated our regulations that deserve the highest penalty available under the new enforcement protocol. We are suspending his account for two years , which is effective from the date of initial suspension on January 7 this year.” Donald Trump: US changes Donald Trump’s policy for refugees waiting in Mexico

The company said that it will re-evaluate the ban and decide whether to lift it or extend it, Xinhua news agency reported.

“If we determine that there is still a serious risk to public safety, we will extend this restriction and continue to re-evaluate until that risk has subsided,” Clegg said.

“When the suspension is finally lifted, Trump’s pages and accounts will be permanently deleted in the event of any further violations in the future,” he said. According to the new rules, violators can be banned from creating content for a period of one month to two years, the company said.

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China: Powerful explosion in a gas pipeline in Xi’an City market, killing 25

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China: Powerful explosion in a gas pipeline in Xi'an City market, killing 25

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Beijing: The death toll in a powerful gas pipeline explosion in a market in central China has risen to 25 and an investigation has been launched into the matter. The explosion took place on Sunday morning in a market in Xi’an city of Hubei province, when people were shopping there. China: 12 killed, 150 injured in gas pipeline explosion

Local authorities had announced the formation of an investigation team to probe the incident at a press conference on Monday. Rescuers struggled to retrieve people buried under the rubble of bricks and concrete.

The explosion occurred in a two-story building built in the early 1990s that housed a pharmacy, restaurant and other businesses. More than 900 people have been evacuated from the blast site. Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered a comprehensive investigation to determine the cause of the explosion, state media reported. This explosion was similar to the explosion caused by the Qingdao gas leak in 2013 in which 55 people were killed.

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China: Teacher suspended for advocating polygamy

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Beijing: A teacher of a leading law school in China has been suspended over his argument that some intellectuals should be allowed polygamy. Bao Yinan, an associate professor at the East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai, wrote on the social media platform ‘WeChat Moments’ that Chinese colleges and universities have had issues with regard to marriage and lifetime allowances. Teachers should be treated “specially”. This social media platform is only for friends. China passes new law to counter foreign sanctions

Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post reported on Monday that his remarks regarding polygamy had been leaked to public forums and he was heavily criticized for his opinion.

According to the newspaper report, the teachers’ work unit under the working committee of the university’s Communist Party issued a statement last week saying that Bao had been fired for “publishing wrong ideas online”. Appropriate action will be taken against Bao by the institute, the statement said.

Bao is not the only person to advocate polygamy. Professor Yu-Kwang Ng of Fudan University gave a similar opinion about a year ago. He proposed that Chinese women should be allowed to have multiple husbands to correct the gender imbalance in China. In China, about 118 boys are born per 100 girls.

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Iraq: CTS claims 13 Islamic State terrorists killed

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Baghdad: Iraq’s Anti-Terrorism Service (CTS) said its forces have killed 13 Islamic State (IS) terrorists across the country so far this month. CTS spokesman Sabah al-Numan told the official Iraqi news agency (INA) on Sunday that commandos carried out a series of security operations in June, killing 13 IS militants and several others. was arrested from the caves and hideout. Baghdad: Iraqi security forces kill 2 IS terrorists, 6 arrested

The CTS forces will continue their operation to nab IS militants, Xinhua news agency quoted al-Numan as saying. The operations were part of efforts to eliminate extremists IS militants, who intensified their attacks on security forces and civilians in previously controlled provinces, killing and wounding dozens.

The security situation in Iraq is improving as security forces completely defeated IS militants across the country in late 2017.

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