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  1. Two weeks ahead of elections in Egypt, the media have been under close scrutiny, with an increase in cases of journalists being arrested and websites blocked CAIRO: Egypt´s judiciary announced Monday it has set up a hotline to gather complaints of "fake" news in the traditional or electronic media that could pose a threat to national security. Two weeks ahead of elections in Egypt, the media have been under close scrutiny, with an increase in cases of journalists being arrested and websites blocked. "The Egyptian judiciary has set aside mobile telephone numbers to receive complaints on the instant messaging app WhatsApp and by SMS, so long as the name of the complainant and their personal details are given," it said in a statement. It said the initiative was aimed against "premeditated fake information damaging to national security and the country´s interests".
  2. A general view of an official Spalding basketball on the floor before the NBA All-Star Saturday Night at Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, February 13, 2016. USA TODAY Sports/Bob Donnan/Files NBA commissioner Adam Silver sent a memo to all 30 teams regarding the launch of an anonymous hotline available to all team and league employees to report possible workplace misconduct and harassment claims. The hotline will be up and running next week, the memo says, and is the first step in Silver?s stated mission to "promote a safe and inclusive workplace environment." In the memo titled "Respect in the Workplace," Silver also asked all teams to accept and adopt new policies regarding workplace conduct by March 6. "Next week, the NBA will launch a confidential hotline available to all league and team employees to report any concerns arising in the workplace, including but not limited to sexual harassment, illegality, or other misconduct," the memo read. "Specific information relating to the hotline and a form of [an] announcement that we will ask teams to send to all employees will be provided to you shortly. "The action comes in the wake of a Sports Illustrated report outlining the systemic breakdown in harassment and conduct policy within the front office of the Dallas Mavericks." Owner Mark Cuban, who vowed to change the atmosphere in Dallas, said he was not fully aware of the predatory environment described in the report. The SI story centred on former president and CEO Terdema Ussery and team writer Earl K. Sneed.
  3. North Korea said Wednesday it will reopen a hotline with the South to discuss attending the Winter Olympics SEOUL: North Korea said Wednesday it will reopen a hotline with the South to discuss attending the Winter Olympics, forging ahead with peace overtures despite taunts from US President Donald Trump who said he has a "much bigger" nuclear button than Kim Jong-Un. The hotline, which was cut by the North in 2016, is to be restored at 0630 GMT after Seoul proposed high-level talks in response to an olive branch from the North´s leader ahead of next month´s Pyeongchang Games. Kim´s overtures to the South marked a rare softening in tone, as tensions over its banned weapons programme have surged in recent months following a flurry of missile launches and its most powerful nuclear test yet. Seoul responded with an offer to hold talks on January 9 -- the first since 2015 -- to discuss "matters of mutual interest" including Kim´s suggestion that the reclusive nation could participate in the Olympics. But Kim´s New Year address also included a warning to the US that he has a "nuclear button" on his table, prompting a furious response from President Trump via Twitter. "North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the ´Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.´ "Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!" he said. US nuclear button 'much bigger' than N Korea's: Trump Trump's message came after Kim used his annual New Year address to warn he has a 'nuclear button' on his table Trump´s remarks came as his ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley dismissed Seoul´s offer to hold talks, calling it a "band-aid". US State Department spokesman Heather Nauert also warned that Kim "may be trying to drive a wedge of some sort between the two nations -- between our nation and the Republic of Korea". But the rapprochement seemed to be moving ahead on Wednesday, with Kim welcoming Seoul´s support for his overtures, according to Ri Son-gwon, the head of North Korea´s agency handling inter-Korean affairs. Hotline ´very significant´ The two countries, which are divided by a Demilitarized Zone since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War, last held high-level talks in 2015 to try to ease tensions. The hotline, located in the truce village of Panmunjom, remained operational until February 2016, with operators from both countries checking it twice a day. The channel was shut down when relations deteriorated over a dispute involving the Kaesong industrial complex, which was jointly operated by both countries. Seoul welcomed Pyongyang´s decision to reopen the hotline as "very significant", with chief presidential press secretary Yoon Young-chan saying "it creates an environment where communication will be possible at all times". South Korean President Moon Jae-In has long favoured engagement with the nuclear-armed North, but the Trump administration insists the regime must give up its weapons drive before any negotiations can take place. Ambassador Haley told reporters that Washington could not take the talks seriously "if they don´t do something to ban all nuclear weapons in North Korea". North Korea has shrugged off a raft of new sanctions and heightened rhetoric from Washington as it drives forward with its weapons program, which it says is for defence against US aggression. Pyongyang claims it needs nuclear weapons to protect itself from a hostile Washington and has striven to create a warhead capable of targeting the US mainland with an atomic warhead. Moon on Tuesday welcomed Kim´s olive branch as a "positive response" to Seoul´s hopes that the Pyeongchang Olympics would be a "groundbreaking opportunity for peace". But any rapprochement between the two countries will take place against a backdrop of suspicion, if not outright hostility, by Washington, with Trump and Kim exchanging angry insults since the US leader took office a year ago. Trump has mocked Kim as "fat" and a "little rocket man." Kim, for his part has described Trump as a "mentally deranged US dotard."
  4. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army's director general of military operations on Saturday contacted his Indian counterpart and protested the recent tagetting of civilians along the Line of Control (LoC), said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The DGMO conveyed that "deliberate targeting of innocent civilians along LoC lately in Nezapir, Chirikot and Battal sectors are highly unprofessional and unethical". ISPR added that such provocations are also causing loss of innocent civilian lives and are potentially dangerous to invoking an "unbearable response". Earlier. Pakistan had summoned the Indian deputy high commissioner to record a protest over a border violation which resulted in the deaths of two civilians. Tensions along the LoC have significantly increased after the right-wing government of Narendra Modi came to power in India. Firing across the LoC has become a regular practice by Indian troops and has inflicted material and human losses on the Pakistani side of the border.
  5. French feminists who set up an anti-harassment phone line announced that they had been forced to shut it down after just three days because of a wave of insulting messages. Photo: AFP file. PARIS: French feminists who set up an anti-harassment phone line announced Tuesday they had been forced to shut it down after just three days because of a wave of insulting messages. Activists Clara Gonzales and Elliot Lepers launched the ?anti-relou? (anti-annoyance) mobile phone service Friday, encouraging women being hassled by insistent men to give its number out instead of their own. If a man who refused to take ?no? for an answer texted the fake number, he would receive an automatic response reading: ?If a woman says no, there´s no point in insisting.? Gonzales and Lepers said they axed the service late Monday after the number received ?more than 20,000 insulting messages? over the course of a few hours. The organisers were also targeted on Twitter with a flood of hate messages including death threats, while dozens of food orders were made to their homes. ?We were the victims of a coordinated attack against the service and a campaign of harassment against us personally,? Gonzales and Lepers wrote in a statement. ?We will try to reactivate a similar service as soon as possible.? They added: ?Above all we want a government response that matches the expectations expressed by the whole of society in recent weeks concerning the fight against violence targeting women.? The trolling campaign comes in the midst of a global outpouring of anger over sexual harassment and abuse following the Harvey Weinstein scandal. The French initiative took its inspiration from a similar phone number set up by US feminist pop culture website The Mary Sue following the claims against Weinstein and millions of other men around the world. The coordinated wave of text messages appears to have been intended to bankrupt the initiative ?which had launched an online fund-raising campaign ?as the service sent an automatic reply to each one. Gonzales and Lepers said the campaign against them was organised via an infamous youth forum on website jeuxvideo.com ?roughly a French equivalent of the English-language message board 4chan, a hub for young internet trolls.
  6. RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan and Indian Director General Military Operations (DGMO) made hotline contact on Monday a day after four Pakistani soldiers were martyred in unprovoked Indian firing along the Line of Control, sources said. The Pakistani DGMO strongly protested the attack on the Pakistan Army vehicle and the subsequent martyrdom of four soldiers, sources added. They quoted the DGMO as saying that the Pakistan Army reserves the right to respond to Indian aggression. The Pakistani DGMO asked the Indian counterpart to stop their country from violating the ceasefire agreement along the LoC. Four soldiers martyred as Pak Army vehicle targeted by India at LoC The vehicle plunges into Neelum River, search on for three missing Pak Army troops On Sunday, the Indian troops targetted a Pakistan Army vehicle moving along the Neelam River in Athmuqam area of Azad Kashmir. According to the Inter Services Public Relations, the vehicle fell in the river. As a result, four Pakistani soldiers on board in the vehicle drowned.
  7. RAWALPINDI: Pakistan informed India no ceasefire violations were carried out from its side, through a hotline contact established at the Line of Control, a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Tuesday. According to the ISPR, a local commanders-level hotline contact was established at Rawalakot-Poonch sector on the LoC last night between Pakistan and Indian Army authorities. The Indian Army authorities were told there have been no ceasefire violations from the Pakistan side nor mutilation of Indian soldiers’ bodies. Indian authorities were also told that there was unnecessary media hype following allegations of killing of two members of an Indian Army patrol near the LoC. Pakistan remains fully committed to maintaining peace and tranquility along the LoC and expects same from the other side of the border. It also hopes prudence is exercised and no steps are taken that may lead to vitiating of the environment and affect peace along the LoC, the ISPR statement added. On Monday, Pakistan Army had categorically rejected Indian Army’s accusations. Read more: Pak Army rejects Indian accusations of LoC violation, killing of soldiers “Pakistan Army did not commit any ceasefire violation on line of control or a BAT action in Buttal sector (Indian Krishna Ghatti Sector) as alleged by India. Indian blame of mutilating Indian soldiers' bodies are also false”, an ISPR statement had said. “Pakistan Army is a highly professional force and shall never disrespect a soldier even Indian”, the statement had added. Indian Army had alleged that two members of its patrol were killed on LoC and then their bodies were mutilated.