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South Korea The Defense Ministry in South Korea said on Thursday that at least 11 officials at its cyberwarfare unit, created four years ago to fight North Korean propaganda, had spread 2,100 online political messages attacking the domestic opponents
Agriculture Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson has accused a fishing company of plotting to destroy her and physically threatening her children, The Star reported on Monday. According to the newspaper, this comes as details of the public protector's
With fingers being pointed at some of its candidates, Aam Aadmi Party today said it will conduct probe against them if any "fact" emerges about their alleged tainted background, even as it accused its rivals of launching a smear campaign against its
Attorneys for former Santa Clara County supervisor George Shirakawa Jr. filed a motion to dismiss charges against the disgraced politician related to a 2010 smear campaign, on the grounds that they should have been included in a plea deal on a
The owner of a Lodi exotic pet shop said she's the victim of a Craigslist smear campaign. An ad popped up claiming her store was selling illegal animals, something she strongly denies. Naomi Berry thought she was doing another animal dealer a favor.
France (AFP) Myanmar President Thein Sein denied on Friday accusations of ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims, saying the claims were part of a "smear campaign" against his government. On a visit to Paris, Sein told France 24 television that
The New Statesman's rolling politics blog In a letter leaked to The Staggers, the Unite general secretary hits out over the Falkirk selection row. Unite general secretary Len McCluskey, who was recently re-elected as the head of Labour's biggest
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Communications Minister Dina Pule will not apologise to the Sunday Times, her department said on Friday. "For the record, Minister Pule has not apologised to the Sunday Times, and has no intention to do so," department spokesperson Siyabulela Qoza
Tories of running a "morally reprehensible" smear campaign by trawling through would-be councillors' Twitter and Facebook posts. The row comes as one of the party's council candidates faces criticism for allegedly posting a series of anti-gay