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Twitter suspends over 70 million accounts in 2 months according to Washington Post

The crackdown has not had "a ton of impact" on the numbers of active users, the Washington Post quoted Del Harvey, Twitter's vice president for trust and safety, as saying.

Iranian official hints at prisoner swap for detained Washington Post reporter

Marzieh Afkham did not specifically mention journalist Jason Rezaian by name in her comments Wednesday at a news conference.


Washington Post Reporter stands trial in Iran for spying

Rezaian, an Iranian-American, has been held since July last year in a politically sensitive case that has unfolded while Iran and world powers conduct nuclear talks

Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies

Ben guided The Washington Post through its Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Watergate scandal.

Militants abandoning al-Qaeda to join Islamic State: Report

The paper said the influx has strengthened the Islamic State, also known as Islamic State of Iraq and Syria or ISIS.

What the world is reading

Google and Facebook were added in 2009, and Apple in 2012.


US spy agency developing computer to crack privacy codes

Snowden,last year leaked documents he collected while working for the NSA.

Barack Obama says sorry to Americans losing health insurance cover

The problem has arisen for those who buy insurance on the individual marketplace.

US infiltrated into Google Yahoo data centres: Report

The National Security Agency and its British counterpart GCHQ has secretly exploited the data links.

Wired: The Greenwald deal

Malala believed she was defending traditional Islam.