Free Press Journal
  • Donald Trump says ‘we’ll have to see’ on summit with Kim Jong-Un

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has reacted cautiously to North Korea’s threat to cancel a planned summit with Kim Jong-Un next month, saying “we’ll have to see.” after Pyongyang publicly voiced its concern over being pushed “into a corner” on nuclear disarmament.

  • Ramadan 2018: Emirates offers special service for customers observing fast during holy month

    The holy month of ‘Ramadan‘ has begun and Muslims from all over the world have started fasting. The holy month has also started in Dubai and Emirates airlines is set to provide its customer with Iftar food. To celebrate the month of Ramadan, Emirates has announced that it will give an onboard Iftar service for its passengers who are breaking their fast while they are flying. The

  • Police search scandal-tainted Malaysian ex-premier Najib Razak’s home   

    Kuala Lumpur: Police conducted an extensive search of the home of Malaysia’s scandal-tainted former premier today that his lawyer decried as “harassment”, as the new government presses forward with probes into a massive graft scandal after seizing power in historic elections.

  • 30,000 sign petition in support of Indian professionals denied UK visas

    London: Over 30,000 people have signed an online petition calling on the UK government to stop “abusing” a national security clause to deny hundreds of highly-skilled Indian professionals the right to live and work in the country. Britain’s newly-appointed Pakistani-origin Home Secretary Sajid Javid told a parliamentary committee this week that he would “urgently” look into some of the cases of extreme hardship while an ongoing UK Home Office review into the

  • Cambridge Analytica ran voter suppression campaigns: Whistleblower Christopher Wylie

    Washington: Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie has said that the company engaged in efforts to discourage or suppress voting from targeted sections of the American population, a media report said on Thursday. Wylie, a former Cambridge Analytica employee who blew the whistle on its alleged misuse of Facebook users’ data, did not provide specific evidence of voter suppression campaigns taking place in the US, CNN reported.

  • US President Donald Trump calls some illegal immigrants as ‘animals’

    Washington: US President Donald Trump today described as “animals” some illegal immigrants as he slammed the US’ “dumbest” immigration laws and asserted that people based on merit should only enter America. Venting out his frustration at officials in both Mexico and California, Trump vowed to strengthen the US’ “weak” immigration laws.

  • Did Donald Trump reimburse attorney who paid off porn star Stormy Daniels?

    Washington: US President Donald Trump today acknowledged that he paid his personal attorney Michael Cohen as much as USD 250,000 as reimbursements for election-related expenses, apparently including a USD 130,000 payment given to adult film star Stormy Daniels who alleges she had an affair with the then presidential candidate.

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to meet European parliament over data breach

    London : Social media networking site Facebook confirms meeting with European parliament to discuss the growing online data-privacy concerns. As reported by the New York Times, the meeting is scheduled to take place sometime next week where Facebook founder-CEO Mark Zuckerberg will discuss the issue of the data breach by data analytics company Cambridge Analytica.