Facebook is trying to rebuild trust in its platform post the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal where it was accused of voter profiling and targeting.
Facebook said that it will neither censor nor send statements, ads or any other content shared by politicians to its third-party fact-checkers.
Zuckerberg said that Facebook's budget for safety this year is bigger than the whole revenue of the company when it went public earlier this decade.
Prime Minister David Cameron has easily won his Witney seat in southern England, and stopped just short for declaring overall election victory for his Conservatives.
The Liberal Democrat leader also stressed on the important contribution made by Asian businesses to the British economy.
Clegg, who is in India for a 3-day trade mission, has also expressed his optimism over salvaging the WTO trade facilitation agreement that India has refused to ratify.
UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg on Monday met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and discussed various matters of mutual interest, including the retrospective tax amendment issue.
The UN is due to hold a drug policy summit in 2016. Debate on the merits of drugs liberalization is already growing.
Sudhir Choudhrie has given the party over 500,000 pounds since 2010 and over 1 million pounds since 2004.
<p><strong>London:</strong> The controversial 3,000-pound "security bond" for some "high-risk" foreign visitors to the UK, including those from India, is to be scrapped, the Home Office has confirmed.</p>
Margaret Thatcher's death has attracted a unanimous outpouring of tributes from across party and political lines.
The British PM said legislating could infringe on free speech but the Deputy Prime Minister and the opposition Labour Party have supported Leveson plan.
Nick Clegg on Monday said the House of Lords is a 'flawed institution' that exercises power without legitimacy.
Nick Clegg warned that continued settlement building in Jerusalem was jeopardising prospects of a peace deal.
British Prime Minister David Cameron also blamed the disorder on Britain's 'moral collapse'.
Keen tweeters include Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband.
Twitter is entering the Western political mainstream as a powerful tool for dissent.
Talks has started between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats to form a government.
David Cameron's Conservatives strongly outpolled Labour in UK polls but fell short of majority in the House.