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Facebook fakers get better at covering tracks, security experts say

WASHINGTON: Creators of fake accounts and news pages on Facebook are learning from their past mistakes and making themselves harder to track and identify, posing new challenges in preventing the platform from being used for political misinformation, cyber security experts say. This was apparent as Facebook tried to determine who created pages it said were aimed at sowing dissension among U.S. voters ahead of congressional elections in November. The company said on Tuesday it had removed 32 fake pages and accounts from…

Pakistan condemns torture on journalists covering Pakistan Day celebrations in Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria on Friday condemned Indian troops' torturing of seven journalists covering Pakistan Day celebrations in the Indian Occupied Kashmir. He said celebration of Pakistan Day is a clear verdict of the people of the Occupied Kashmir that they want to join Pakistan. He also expressed concerns over the arrest of 131 youth and 30 Hurriyet leaders last week. “Indian authorities also detained Hurriyet leaders barring them from attending Pakistan Day function at country's high…