Iran-linked accounts tried to 'disrupt' public conversation during U.S. presidential debate
Twitter said it removed around 130 accounts apparently originating in Iran that were trying to “disrupt the public conversation” on the platform during the first U.S. presidential debate this week. The social media company announced Wednesday evening that it purged the accounts the night before after being alerted by the FBI. At least some of the accounts had been active for months.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced he’s seeking a “genuine peace process” between Israel and the Palestinians. In an address to the United Nations General Assembly this week, he called on the UN to lead future peace talks.
In an address to the United Nations General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday showed pictures of what he claims is a secret Hezbollah arms depot in the middle of a residential area in Beirut, close to a gas company, calling on Lebanese citizens to act now before another deadly explosion occurs.
Chinese hackers attempted to break into the private email account members of President Trump’s family and also tried to steal emails from campaign and administration officials, said White House National Security Adviser Robert C. O’Brien.
President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the United States would seek to stop violence which has ignited between Armenia and Azerbaijan, two former Soviet republics which fought a war in the 1990s.
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