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Britain to fine Facebook over data breach

(AFP) – Britain’s data regulator has said it will fine Facebook half a million pounds (US$660,000) for failing to protect users’ data, in an inquiry into whether personal information had been misused by campaigns on both sides of Britain’s 2016 EU referendum. An investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) ...

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UN applauds Ethiopia-Eritrea rapprochement

Muslim Times(Web Desk) -The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has hailed the rapprochement between ex-foes Eritrea and Ethiopia but has not offered to review the sanctions on the former country after expressions of concern by a number of council members. A draft UNSC statement, initially prepared by Sweden, on Tuesday ...

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Hudaydah residents in critical condition: UN health agency

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The UN health agency has warned about the “critical” conditions of civilians in Yemen’s Hudaydah, which has been subject to a Saudi-led offensive for weeks, saying military operations in the key port city threaten over 70 percent of the population who are in need of relief ...

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Britain to send extra 440 troops to Afghanistan

LONDON (AFP) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will pledge to send 440 extra troops to Afghanistan during the NATO summit in Brussels on Wednesday as US President Donald Trump urges allies to contribute more. The extra troops will be from the Welsh Guards regiment, with around half deploying in ...

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George Clooney hurt in Italian scooter crash: media

ROME (AFP) – Hollywood superstar George Clooney was treated in hospital on Tuesday for minor injuries after a scooter accident in Sardinia, Italian media reported. The “Ocean s Eleven” actor hurt his leg when a Mercedes car allegedly turned without giving right of way and collided with his scooter, Italian ...

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Stan Lee drops $1bn lawsuit against company he started

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Comic book legend Stan Lee has terminated a $1 billion lawsuit alleging that the entertainment company he co-founded had tricked him into signing away his image rights. The complaint, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court in May, accused POW! Entertainment CEO Shane Duffy and co-founder ...

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