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Jeyhun Bayramov leaves for Minsk

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A delegation led by Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov left for Minsk on October 13 to attend a meeting of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Council of Foreign Ministers.

During the visit, Bayramov will attend the next conference of the CIS Council of FMs and hold bilateral meetings.

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Former South Korean president dies

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Former President of the Republic of Korea Roh Tae-woo has died at the age of 88, an aide to the former president said, Report informs via RIA Novosti.

The former president was hospitalized due to health problems, but his life could not be saved.

Roh Tae-woo was President of South Korea from 1988 to 1993.

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Zuckerberg reveals Facebook’s plans for years ahead

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In a call with investors today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed the company is going all hands on deck to bring back its youngest users, Report informs, citing SlashGear.

It’s no secret that many teens have abandoned Facebook over recent years in favor of newer social media platforms. The issues have been growing since the social network became more popular with older users, resulting in an influx of parents, grandparents, and the sort of content teenagers aren’t interested in. Facebook has taken steps to increase the appeal of its platform among teens, including things like AR effects in Messenger and Stories on the main platform, but now it is planning to take things up a notch.

Facebook users are getting older, an issue that is expected to get worse for the company in coming years. The social media platform was the subject of a recent leak at The Verge claiming, among other things, that Facebook’s data indicates teenagers will make up less than half of the company’s userbase within the next two years.

That, the leak alleges, would be joined by a smaller drop in users between the ages of 20 and 30. All the while, the leak reveals that teens aren’t engaging with the platform as often as Facebook would like, raising the potential of a future in which the company’s most lucrative userbase (when it comes to selling advertisements, at least) abandons ship for newer, more appealing platforms.

Zuckerberg said that Facebook has been focused on making its services useful for those who use them but at the expense of younger users.

The multi-year effort will, Zuckerberg said, likely result in slower growth among older users. In terms of the near future, users can expect “significant changes” to Reels and an overall push toward video, which has proven massively popular among teenagers.

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“War is over, and true, we are still forced to fight, we are ready” – President

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"The war is over, and true, we are still forced to fight, and we are ready. In any form, as they say, on the battlefield – be it in the political or in the military arena," President Ilham Aliyev told a meeting with public representatives of Gubadli District on October 25, Report informs.

"We have already shown that we are not a nation to bow to anyone. But at the same time, we are facing huge reconstruction work ahead of us. This must be carried out in accordance with the victory gained in the war. As a whole, after this historic victory, the renewal, modernization of our country, the ongoing reforms, the fight against unpleasant situations, of course, must completely reach a new level. This Victory has both shown the whole world that we are a great nation, at the same time, it forces us in the best sense of the word to move forward only on the right path. Look, together with you, together with the whole Azerbaijani society, we will follow this path. In what status I will follow this path is now the secondary issue. The main thing is that I will follow this path for the rest of my life, God willing, together with you," the president said.

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