20 per cent of susipicious activity is dealt with by algorithms at present while humans deal with 80 per cent. These banks want to reverse this position
He was led to a prosecutor's office in a corruption probe.
A march was planned against an unpopular extradition bill, one day after the government agreed to postpone a vote and less than a week after protests turned violent.
Extracting dead bodies from the Everest mountain ranges is dangerous and expensive. The main point of focus is working together to minimise such deaths and have proper pr
The incident came to light after the guests staying with the victims saw the bodies and informed the local authorities.
Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed was appointed as the Director General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (DG ISI) in place of Lt Gen Asim Munir, who was transferred and ap
Demonstrations this week over a proposed law that would allow extraditions to mainland China have produced some of the city’s biggest shows of dissent in years.
After 2 fatal crashes, Boeing confesses about lack of transparency
This will add to the financial problems of Pakistan, which is seeking aid from all possible international avenues.
An energy company said that a “massive failure in the electrical interconnection system left all of Argentina and Uruguay without power.” Parts of Brazil, Chile and P
Protesters dismissed the apology by Carrie Lam as insincere and called for her resignation among a growing list of demands.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed more of their firstborn on Instagram.
The District should find space for a preschool serving at-risk students.
A possible North Carolina cyberattack proves how vulnerable we really are.
The spread of doctored videos risks further eroding trust already damaged by social media.
Murtaja Qureiris, 18, has been held since he was 13. Sentenced to a 12-year term, he was spared execution, a human rights group said.
Cotton and other young Republican senators are all too happy with bellicosity toward Iran.
Productivity and growth definitely matter, but so, too, does the value of our day-to-day lives.
At last year’s Pride parade, I felt hated because of my support of the Second Amendment.
The reality is that the United States no longer has “all the money.”
More than 70,000 snakes slither out of dens to breed each spring at a Manitoba wildlife area, and thousands of people just can’t keep away from the writhing show. Just
The head-to-head, the first such event in Turkey in 17 years, pitted Ekrem Imamoglu of the opposition against Binali Yildirim, a government-backed former prime minister.
Your entitlement to benefits shall depend on the type of your employment contract.
George Aloysius, Janardanan's compatriot, said a high wave suddenly swept his friend away.
According to a relative, the boy's father, Faisal, and mother are inconsolable.
The water supply in residential and commercial buildings is considered 'unbottled drinking water'.
Ministerial Development Council reviews UAE's policy for educational professionals.
Kohli already holds the record for being the fastest to 10,000 ODI runs.
Sharjah Police had also earlier called on the public to follow safety instructions at beaches.
Predictions of rain is keeping everyone on the edge.
As officials led President Omar Hassan al-Bashir from prison to face corruption charges, his former protégé was busy consolidating power.
Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam kept alive Pakistan's hopes for a while in the chase but losing four wickets in an 18-ball span effectively der
Pompeo reiterated that President Donald Trump is not seeking war with Iran.
Limited consultation within the Hong Kong government, and none with the public, led to an unexpected setback for local authorities and China’s government.
The extradition bill has been suspended, but calls for new protests foreshadow more upheaval in Hong Kong and signal that Mrs. Lam’s troubles are not over.
Hong Kong’s chief executive is known for being a workaholic and for practically never backing down in a fight. Faced with protests over the proposed extradition bill, w
After his country's defeat, Pak FM pitches for more matches with India
Who better to forge new border policies than a product of the American Dream?
Uruguay's system went down at 7:06 am (1006 GMT), according to the Uruguayan power company UTE, which attributed the outage to "a fault in the Argentine network.
An European Union review into elections to its parliament, published on Friday, said there was evidence both Russian and European online sources had sought to promote ext