The parent company of Cambridge Analytica, embroiled in a recent Facebook data scandal, has allegedly entrapped a politician in St. Kitts and Nevis, offering him a £1 ($1.4) million bribe to ensure victory for one of its clients.
The downturn in Russian-British relations over the poisoning of ex-intelligence officer Sergei Skripal has taken its toll on the Russians who have decided to make Britain their home. Russian immigrants share their stories about their experiences, and thoughts about what the future holds.
Vietjet, a Vietnamese low-cost carrier commonly known as "bikini airline" has given its team of hot flight attendants a new way of providing its passengers with a pleasant journey.
Avaaz, a US-based 'cyber-activist' civic organization, is reported to be behind the campaign encouraging the boycott of the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. Francesca Totolo, an independent Italian journalist, spoke with Sputnik about the issue.
US Strategic Command's apprehensions were reportedly shared by President Donald Trump, who reportedly expressed concerns over Russia's new 'invincible' intercontinental cruise missile and nuclear torpedo during a telephone call with President Vladimir Putin.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Alexander Nix, the chief executive of Cambridge Analytica data mining company who was suspended after exposing the company's practices in a secretly filmed video, has mentioned Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election as one of the firm's successes.
Sylvi Listhaug called the controversy sparked by her Facebook post "surreal," adding that it transformed Norwegian politics into a "kindergarten," in which it was her responsibility to act like an adult. Following the controversy, the Progress Party more than doubled its support.
The percentage of foreign nationals eligible for voting is rising in Sweden, having recently surpassed 7 percent of the population. Although the voter turnout among those born abroad tends to be low, they are a force that can affect the outcome of the election.
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