Zuckerberg wants to tear down neighboring homesFour houses adjacent to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg’s home in Palo Alto, Calif. could be demolished and replaced with smaller ones, the San Jose Mercury News reports, citing a planning application filed last week.

The move is reportedly driven by the 32-year-old billionaire’s privacy concerns. The Facebook CEO spent more than $30 million to purchase the surrounding homes in 2013 after he found out about a developer's plan to build a home next to his 5-bedroom property that would have a view of his master bedroom, the report said.
Nato risks a nuclear war with Russia 'within a year', senior general warnsNato risks a nuclear war with Russia within a year if it does not increase its defence capabilities in the Baltic states, one of the alliance's most senior retired generals has said.

General Sir Richard Shirreff, who served as Nato’s Deputy Supreme Allied Commander in Europe between 2011 and 2014, said that an attack on Estonia, Lithuania or Latvia – all Nato members – was a serious possibility and that the West should act now to avert “potential catastrophe”.