Why pakistani foriegn Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has not prioritized peace talks in india

SCO summit : Why pakistani foriegn Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has not prioritized peace talks in india

The first Pakistani foreign minister to visit India since 2011 is Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who is in Goa for a Shanghai Cooperation Organization conference:SCO summit. Hina Rabbani Khar met her Indian partner SM Krishna in Delhi quite a while back, yet conditions were different then, at that point. India and Pakistan were attempting to boost…

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WhatsApp and other encrypted messaging apps unite against bill

WhatsApp and other encrypted messaging apps unite against bill

Parts of the UK Online Safety Bill (OSB) have been called for change by encrypted messaging services together. WhatsApp, Session, Signal, Element, Threema, Viber, and Wire have all signed a letter requesting that the government “urgently reconsider” the proposed law. End-to-end encryption, the privacy technology provided by these businesses, is alleged to be at risk…

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Egyptian army has turned Sinai schools into military bases, says rights group

Egyptian army has turned Sinai schools into military bases, says rights group

Exclusive: According to the group, the military’s campaign against militants is jeopardizing the right of children to education. During a 10-year conflict with militants in Sinai, a rights group has found that Egyptian army have seized 37 schools and turned them into military bases, while dozens more have been destroyed. The UK-based Sinai Foundation for…

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TikTok: On government phones, UK ministers are prohibited from using an app owned by China

TikTok: On government phones, UK ministers are prohibited from using an app owned by ChinaTikTok: On government phones, UK ministers are prohibited from using an app owned by ChinaTikTok: On government phones, UK ministers are prohibited from using an app owned by China

For security reasons, ministers in the British government cannot use the social media app TikTok, which is owned by China, on their work phones and devices. The government is concerned that the Chinese government could access sensitive data stored on official phones. The ban, according to Cabinet Minister Oliver Dowden, was a “precautionary” move that…

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