News Facebook plans to use U.S. mail to verify IDs of election ad buyers 2018-02-17T15:53:41.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc will start using postcards sent by U.S. mail later this year to verify the identities and location of people who want to purchase U.S. election-related advertising on its site, a senior company executive said on Saturday. Florida school massacre suspect on authorities' radar in 2016: report 2018-02-17T15:30:21.000000000-05:00 PARKLAND, Fla. (Reuters) - A teenager accused of shooting to death 17 people at a Florida high school was investigated by police and state officials as far back as 2016 after slashing his arm in a social media video, and saying he wanted to buy a gun, but authorities determined he was receiving s... Maldives police arrest 25 after protest demanding leader's arrest 2018-02-17T14:51:46.000000000-05:00 MALE (Reuters) - Maldives police arrested 25 people under a state of emergency, opposition legislators said on Saturday, after thousands of protesters gathered a day earlier to call for the detention of the president and release of opposition leaders. Mexico helicopter crash kills 13 on ground in wake of earthquake 2018-02-17T14:41:30.000000000-05:00 SANTIAGO JAMILTEPEC, Mexico (Reuters) - At least 13 people on the ground, including three children, were killed when a Mexican military helicopter carrying top officials surveying damage from an earthquake crashed in a small town in the southern state of Oaxaca, authorities said on Saturday. Israel's Netanyahu condemns Polish PM for 'Jewish perpetrators' comment 2018-02-17T13:59:29.000000000-05:00 WARSAW (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned his Polish counterpart on Saturday for saying Jews were perpetrators in World War Two as well as Poles and others, just weeks after Warsaw drew criticism over a new Holocaust law. Judge approves Takata's U.S. bankruptcy plan 2018-02-17T13:44:44.000000000-05:00 WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Takata Corp's U.S. unit received court approval for its bankruptcy exit plan, a plaintiffs' law firm said on Saturday, clearing the way for a $1.6 billion sale of Takata assets and providing compensation for those injured by the company's deadly air bags. U.S. calls for action to halt Iran's growing 'network of proxies' 2018-02-17T13:39:21.000000000-05:00 MUNICH (Reuters) - U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster called on Saturday for more forceful action to halt Iran's development of what he said was an increasingly powerful network of proxy armies in Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Iraq. Britain's anti-EU party UKIP votes to sack leader Bolton 2018-02-17T13:29:41.000000000-05:00 LONDON (Reuters) - British eurosceptic party UKIP was thrown into turmoil again on Saturday when its members removed leader Henry Bolton after less than five months in charge following criticism of his leadership and a scandal about racist comments made by his lover. U.S. charges Russians with 2016 U.S. election tampering to boost Trump 2018-02-17T12:32:27.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Russian propaganda arm oversaw a criminal and espionage conspiracy to tamper in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign to support Donald Trump and disparage Hillary Clinton, said an indictment released on Friday that revealed more details than previously known about Moscow's... Oxfam sex abuse criticism disproportionate, chief executive says 2018-02-17T11:28:14.000000000-05:00 LONDON (Reuters) - Oxfam's chief executive said criticism of the charity following a sex abuse scandal had been disproportionate, according to comments published on Saturday.