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Reportedly, they gathered data through an app called thisisyourdigitallife. It was installed by around 300,000 people who shared their data as well as some of their friends' data. "We know that there are always going to be bad actors on our platform". That includes people whose data Kogan misused here as well. The London-based company is being investigated amid claims Facebook data may have been illegally acquired and used on behalf of political clients and the commissioner, Elizabeth ...
  • Syrian rebel group in Ghouta enclave announces ceasefire

    Syrian rebel group in Ghouta enclave announces ceasefire

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    Syrians walk past damaged buildings after a cease-fire went into effect in one of the few remaining rebel-held pockets in eastern Ghouta , Syria , a suburb east of Damascus . As Syrian forces advanced through the enclave, a widely circulated selfie showed two soldiers grinning for the camera as they stood guard over a room full of women and young children.
  • US Congress approves $1.3 trillion spending bill

    US Congress approves $1.3 trillion spending bill

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    Telegraphing the outcome, an internal White House television feed advertised the event this way: "President Trump Participates in a Bill Signing". On Thursday, officials said Trump would sign the measure, but then he tweeted Friday morning that he was "considering" a veto.
  • Restriction on Chinese investment to harm United States jobs

    Restriction on Chinese investment to harm United States jobs

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    The Trump administration's decision to restrict Chinese investment will have a rippling effect on U.S.jobs, a US economic expert said Friday. Before his formal assumption of power in 2012 as the party's general secretary, Xi served five years as heir apparent, during which time he evidently planned the moves he would make to consolidate his power, including the anti-corruption campaign and One Belt, One Road.
  • Owen Smith sacked from Corbyn's shadow cabinet after Brexit call

    Owen Smith sacked from Corbyn's shadow cabinet after Brexit call

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    She said: "Now, that's not to say there wasn't a kind of Corbyn bounce, all the data shows that there was, but specifically there was this sometimes anti-Tory, very often anti-Brexit vote which got Labour over the line in key constituencies and here's the rub: it mainly got them over the line in places where the seats were very marginal, and that was mainly in the north of England".
  • More on When Daniel Bryan Was Actually Cleared to Return to WWE

    More on When Daniel Bryan Was Actually Cleared to Return to WWE

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    So if the WWE is looking to boost their roster and get some fighters back in the ring, I think Hogan's their guy. And he goes, 'no, a lesion in medical terminology is a very vague thing. It's expected that he'll team up with Shane McMahon against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn at WrestleMania 34 . "Included in his medical records were multiple evaluations by renowned concussion clinicians", Cantu told Newsweek .
  • Trade war: China hits back, markets dive

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    President Donald Trump is imposing new tariffs of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum . The U.S. technology and electronics industry are pegged to suffer the most from the proposed duties as a large portion of companies who exist within this field are reliant on Chinese suppliers.
  • Turkish army cleans Afrin roads of terrorist mines

    Turkish army cleans Afrin roads of terrorist mines

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    Officials in Ankara say they view as an unacceptable threat to their national security that the town is controlled by the Kurdish armed force known as the People's Protection Units (YPG). Turkish Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Umit Yalchin is expected to travel to the U.S.to meet his counterpart John Sullivan next week. The municipality spearheaded a similar project in Jarabulus, Syria in the wake of Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield in 2016-early 2017.
  • Toyota Corolla Hatchback revealed ahead of its NY debut

    Toyota Corolla Hatchback revealed ahead of its NY debut

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    What really sets the new Corolla apart, though, only becomes clear when you climb into the cabin. Toyota says its new platform makes the next-generation Corolla some 60 per-cent stiffer than its predecessor, and a comprehensive chassis makeover should add to that.
  • Police arrest suspect wanted in beating of autistic man in Mississauga

    Police arrest suspect wanted in beating of autistic man in Mississauga

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    With help from the Buena Park and Torrance police departments, the Orange Police Department Thursday arrested a suspect in an Orange shooting that happened earlier this year. The Ogun State Commissioner of Police Ahmed Illiyasu revealed that Owolabi was arrested through intelligence when a man who claimed to be Azeezat's brother reported the matter to the police.
  • Toys R Us sales guide

    Toys R Us sales guide

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    Even as toy shoppers turn to retail giants including Walmart and Amazon , Larian may still need a healthy Toys R Us to ensure MGA's continued success. "I got my son a really big monster truck". If that is too much of a stretch for you then what about the 1997 episode where Marge reads Bart a book about the Ebola outbreak, which didn't happen until 2015.
  • 'Sack Clown' Boris: Johnson's Hitler-Russia Comparison Angers Social Media Users

    'Sack Clown' Boris: Johnson's Hitler-Russia Comparison Angers Social Media Users

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    A Downing Street spokesman confirmed Mr Johnson was speaking on behalf of the government and that they were working closely with police on plans for the World Cup. Hitler used the Berlin Olympics in 1936 as a propaganda tool to promote his regime and the idea of a superior Aryan race. London has blamed the nerve agent attack on Moscow, something Russian Federation has denied.
  • Car Bomb Attack In Afghan City Kills At Least 13

    Car Bomb Attack In Afghan City Kills At Least 13

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    No one has claimed the attack. He said at least 14 people had been killed and at least 47 wounded. Separately, Afghan Special Forces arrested a French woman among a group of Islamic State fighters captured in the northern province of Jowzjan, an official from the National Directorate of Security said.
  • First lady talks of courage after model describes affair

    First lady talks of courage after model describes affair

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    The recipients are from Afghanistan, Guatemala, Honduras, Iraq, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Mauritania, Rwanda and Thailand. The Trumps headed to their estate home in Palm Beach, Fla., but arrived separately at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland for the Friday afternoon flight on Air Force One, although the president's public schedule had them leaving the White House together.
  • Turkish forces neutralise 12 terrorists in Iraq

    Turkish forces neutralise 12 terrorists in Iraq

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    Anadolu Agency quoted Turkish General Staff on Wednesday as saying in a statement that the terrorists who were plotting an attack, were neutralised in Hakurk region on Tuesday. Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch on January 20 to clear terrorist groups from Afrin in northwestern Syria amid growing threats from the region.
  • Support pours in for York firefighters

    Support pours in for York firefighters

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    Flanscha was named the York City Firefighter of the Year in 2004, and was a 20-year veteran of the department. A fundraising page has been set up to help the families of two city firefighters who died in the line of duty. Davidson's father is a retired firefighter and had also worked in the same fire house, Nigro said. Regarding the investigation, city police Chief Troy Bankert said police have no reason to believe this is or isn't arson.
  • World's biggest cryptocurrency exchange Binance is heading to Malta from Hong Kong

    World's biggest cryptocurrency exchange Binance is heading to Malta from Hong Kong

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    Line, a Japan-based chat app with more than 600 million registered users, also announced in January that it planned to create a cryptocurrency exchange that would operate not only in Japan but also Hong Kong and Luxembourg. Changpeng Zhao , Binance's billionaire CEO, struck back at Nikkei's report on Twitter , claiming it to be an example of "irresponsible journalism" and asserting that the exchange is engaged in "constructive dialogs with Japan FSA".