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The US president's remarks came following an investigative news article on the US president directing his former lawyer to lie to Congress about a Moscow real estate project turning out to be false.
The report said the news industry is losing patience with Facebook and publishers are re-focusing attention elsewhere.
According to Facebook, accounts representing themselves as an independent news source posted on topics like anti-NATO sentiment with one network found to be linked with news site Sputnik.
The Media Commission, under the leadership of Curia Bishop Sebastian Vaniyapurackal, has been appointed by the Synod to handle the issue.
Kadakampally Surendran said Susheela, who has sung more than 25,000 songs including 916 Malayalam songs, is the Last Mangeshkar of South India.
Researchers outlined how the correlation with age could reflect differences in more fundamental traits or skills -- such as digital media literacy -- that are theoretically related to social media sha
Fake news menace can only be controlled by people through self-restraint: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
Speaking at a function here, the minister said that like electronic media controls itself through self-regulation, the people of the country should also self-regulate themselves.
Journalist Hedayet Hossain Mollah, a Dhaka Tribune and Bangla Tribune correspondent, was arrested on Tuesday evening in Khulna district after local administration chief filed a case against him.
JNUSU secretary claimed that the complainant, Professor Amita Singh, had told him he looked like "a terrorist who has triggered 10 bomb blasts"
Malviya said the opposition parties were afraid they would lose the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, and hence, were using cheap tactics to remain relevant.
AAP social media in charge Harpal Kranti and Sanjeev Jakhar were among the three persons arrested for circulating the 'fake news' attributed to the Haryana chief minister.
On actor Naseeruddin Shah's comment on atmosphere of fear in the country, he said it was always there but people are realising it now.
In its editorial, the magazine said the scam, involving subjects including Syrian orphans and a Holocaust survivor, is the "worst thing that can happen to an editorial team.
The reporter also wrote for a string of other well-known outlets, including German newspapers taz, Welt and the Frankfurter Allgemeine's Sunday edition.
The campaign comes amid growing fears that Russia and other countries are spreading fake news online to promote political divisions and extremism.