Trump says Oracle ‘very close’ to TikTok deal | AFP

Silicon Valley tech giant Oracle is “very close” to sealing a deal to become the US partner to Chinese-owned video app TikTok to avert a ban in the United States, President Donald Trump says.

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TikTok content creators fear app’s demise in U.S.

Content creators who create and post short videos on TikTok are concerned about President Donald Trump’s plans to ban the Chinese-owned app that has been a source of national security and censorship concerns. (Aug. 11)

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Trump sets deadline for TikTok sale or shutdown

President Donald Trump sets a deadline for September 15th for Tik Tok, popular Chinese-owned video app , to be sold to a U.S. company or he will shut it down. (Aug. 3)

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THREE BORDERS, ONE WAR & GENERATION TIKTOK

VICE correspondent David Noriega reports from the border between Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina, a lawless place where criminal gangs are more powerful than nation-states. The area, known as The Triple Frontier, is controlled by Brazilian gangs that manage a thriving network of drug and arms trafficking routes. VICE correspondent David Noriega explores the massive yet frustrated law enforcement efforts mounted by all three countries — and the ways the gangs outwit them at every turn.

TikTok is more than well-lit thirst traps, endless dance loops, and pandemic memes. The Chinese-owned app, with more than 800 million monthly active users, is now a forum where young folks can sound off on issues, invite others to glimpse into their communities, and teach people how to treat one another with civility and respect. VICE correspondent Dexter Thomas meets those at the forefront of this new wave of TikTok users.

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‘No more survivors’ likely in Cambodia building collapse | AFP

The retrieval of bodies from a building collapse in Cambodia continues, as the death toll rose to 24 on Monday with no further survivors expected to be found under the debris of the seven-storey Chinese-owned construction.

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Rescuers at work as Cambodia building collapse toll rises to 17 | AFP

Rescue workers pick through the rubble of a collapsed Chinese-owned building in a Cambodian beach town in a desperate search for survivors, after the construction site accident killed at least 17 people. IMAGES

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