Ad fraud has become one of the greatest threats facing the fast-growing global mobile ad market. The Ad Anti-Fraud White Paper 2.0, published by Mobvista, takes a close look at the current state of mobile ad fraud, fraud types, and anti-fraud strategies, intending to improve the transparency and health of the mobile ad industry. Read more
MANILA, PHILIPPINES (NOVEMBER 13, 2017) (REUTERS) – The issue of human rights and alleged extrajudicial killings in the Philippines was not discussed during a meeting on Monday (November 13) between U.S. President Donald Trump and counterpart Rodrigo Duterte, a Philippine spokesman said. Continue reading
NUNEATON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 22, 2017) (POPA MARIAN) – British police ended an armed hostage siege on Sunday (October 22), the BBC reported, saying there were no casualties after a gunman took two staff members hostage at a bowling alley in a leisure complex in central England. Continue reading
A new UN report has revealed that migrant and refugee children and youth trying to reach Europe face appalling levels of human rights abuses, with 77 percent of those travelling along the Central Mediterranean route reporting direct experiences of abuse, exploitation, and practices which may amount to human trafficking.
LONDON, BRITAIN (MAY 26, 2017) (UK POOL) – British police have arrested a “large part of the network” behind this week’s Manchester suicide bombing but more arrests are likely, the country’s top counter-terrorism officer said on Friday (May 26).
SADDLEOWRTH MOOR, NEAR MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (REUTERS) -One of Britain’s most notorious killers, “Moors murderer” Ian Brady, who murdered five children with his lover and accomplice Myra Hindley during a sadistic two-year reign of terror in the 1960s died on Monday (May 15). Continue reading
A decade after three-year-old Madeleine McCann vanished on a family holiday in Portugal, her parents Kate and Gerry speak about their difficulties over the years and the pain of marking the anniversary. Continue reading
Dylann Roof, the white supremacist sentenced to death in federal court for the 2015 shooting massacre at a historic black church in South Carolina, pleads guilty to separate state murder charges.
A major police operation is launched following an attack, described by police as a “terrorist incident” outside Britain’s parliament, that has caused many casualties.
Australian police recover a 22-year-old British woman, who was allegedly raped and assaulted a number of times while she was held hostage by a man during a two-month ordeal. Continue reading