The 11 most important things in the world right now
Hello! Here’s what’s happening on March 2, 2018.
The news set off a chain reaction, with Canada, the EU, and others vowing to retaliate.
Mueller is also investigating President Trump’s attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The legislation, which needs to be signed by Trump, would allow all-level official travel between Taiwan and the US.
North Korea reportedly said last week it is willing to conduct talks with US.
The new missile, dubbed Satan 2, has advanced guidance systems and likely countermeasures designed to trick anti-missile systems.
Local media has speculated Russian hacking group Fancy Bear is behind the breach.
7. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told police not to cooperate with a probe into his war on drugs.
Already this week Duterte said he was getting “too old” and would like to step down by 2020.
8. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits the platform spawned “abuse” and “troll armies,” but pledged big fixes.
Dorsey plans to recruit outside experts that can help measure and improve the “health” of conversations on Twitter.
Flex has praised Google for its security, privacy, and futuristic technology.
Earlier this month there were reports Saudi Arabia may have granted approval for Air India flights from Tel Aviv to use its airspace, which would shift a decades-long policy in place.
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- Israeli hackers reportedly gave Cambridge Analytica stolen private emails of two world leaders
- Colombia's cash-strapped government is trying to root out the cocaine trade, but farmers are relying on it as an 'insurance policy'
- China says it 'must strike back' after a US official made a diplomatic visit to Taiwan
- Saudi Arabia's crown prince reportedly bragged about having Jared Kushner 'in his pocket' after being told classified information meant for Trump