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Bill Splitting With Facebook Messenger

Starting next week for Facebook Messenger in the United States, we'll begin testing Split Payments, a free and fast way to divide the cost of bills and expenses.

As two executives step down, Twitter’s new CEO, Parag Agrawal, starts reorganizing

Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down earlier this week. He made CTO Parag Agrawal CEO immediately.

50% of the demolition work on the 15-story Nasla Tower completed: SBCA

Earlier this month, a representative of the Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) said that demolition work on the 15-story Nasla Tower had been completed to 50% of its original scope.

Sialkot lynching: Sri Lankan PM wants to Punish the Culprit

Following the horrible murder of a Sri Lankan man in Sialkot on Friday, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa expressed confidence that his Pakistani counterpart will follow through on his promise to bring the perpetrators of the atrocity to justice on Saturday.

Uber will pay $9 million in sexual assault case

Uber will pay $9m (£6.8m) to resolve a sexual assault and harassment case in California and it's not the only one.

Police arrested 110 suspected people involved in Sialkot incident

A total of 110 people engaged in the Sialkot incident for the lynching of a Sri Lankan national have been apprehended, according to information provided by law enforcement authorities to Punjab Law Minister Raja Basharat on Friday.