Facebook Loses Nearly $50 Billion In Value

The privacy scandal rocking Facebook has cost the social media company nearly $50 billion in market value over the past two days.

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French Rail Strike Turning into Major Challenge For Macron

A showdown between French railway workers and President Emmanuel Macron’s government grew more threatening on Tuesday after an internal labor union message suggested rail workers could paralyze services even outside of official strike days.

World » EU | 5 hours ago | Viewed: 609

Paris Mulls Free Public Transport to Reduce Pollution

PARIS (Reuters) - The mayor of Paris wants to make all public transport free in an effort to reduce air pollution, but faces staunch opposition from the head of the regional transport authority who said the move would hit taxpayers.

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Kosovo Оpposition Use Tear Gas to Delay Parliament Vote on Montenegro Border Deal

Kosovo’s opposition on Wednesday held up ratification of a border agreement with Montenegro, which they regard as a sell-out, releasing tear gas at a parliamentary session called to push the deal through, according to Reuters.

World » Southeast Europe | 5 hours ago | Viewed: 1077

Poland Seeking Compensation for World War Two Destruction

Poland will this year look into ways of getting compensation for its destruction during World War Two, Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said on Wednesday, cited by Reuters.

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Second Day of Questioning for Sarkozy on whether Gaddafi has Financed him

Nicolas Sarkozy's interrogation was renewed today as part of an investigation into suspicions about financing his presidential campaign in 2007 from Libya during Muammar Gaddafi's reign, the France press and Reuters reported.

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Macron Launches Drive to Boost French Language Around World

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, is to spend hundreds of millions of euros boosting the French language worldwide, in a push to overtake English in Africa, increase the use of French online and teach French to more European officials to loosen the g

World » EU | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 10:54 | Viewed: 612

Israel Admits 2007 Syrian 'Nuclear Reactor' Strike for First Time

Israel's military admitted for the first time Wednesday it was responsible for a 2007 air raid against a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor, a strike it was long believed to have carried out, reported AFP.

World | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 10:46 | Viewed: 618

“I am Prepared to Go to Prison if Belgium Decides to Extradite Me,” says Puigdemont

Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has every confidence in European justice, and particularly in the Belgian one, he said Sunday during a press conference in Geneva, where he was visiting, The Brussels Times writes.

World » EU | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 10:44 | Viewed: 570

The Japanese Government Supported a Project for the Creation of Flying Cars

TOKYO (Jiji Press) — The Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry on Monday launched studies to put flying cars into practical use.

World | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 10:33 | Viewed: 520

Bulgarian Equipment Started Work on Mars

The Lyulin-MO apparatus has started work successfully from the orbit of Mars, the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) announced.

World | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 10:11 | Viewed: 638

Cambridge Analytica: CEO Suspended, Zuckerberg Called to Testify in U.K. over Facebook’s use of Data

LONDON — The head of Trump-affiliated data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica has been suspended, while government authorities are bearing down on both the firm and Facebook over allegations the firm stole data from 50 million Facebook users to manipulate el

World | March 21, 2018, Wednesday // 08:52 | Viewed: 667

Fifteen Children and Two Women were Killed in an Air Strike in Eastern Ghouta

Seventeen civilians - 15 children and two women - were killed and more than 50 people were injured in an air strike in the Syrian insurgency enclave near the capital, Damascus Eastern Ghouta, the France press and Reuters reported, referring to the Syrian

World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 16:07 | Viewed: 1578

The European Elections will be Held Between 23 and 26 May Next Year

The vote on the election of members of the European Parliament will be between 23 and 26 May 2019.

World » EU | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 15:29 | Viewed: 888

Self-Driving Uber Car Kills Pedestrian in Arizona, She was to Blame for the Crash (Updated)

Arizona officials saw opportunity when Uber and other companies began testing driverless cars a few years ago.

World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 15:03 | Viewed: 2434

Revolution: Women in Saudi Arabia will Choose how to Dress Themselves

Women in Saudi Arabia need not wear headcover or the black abaya - the loose-fitting, full-length robes symbolic of Islamic piety - as long as their attire is “decent and respectful”, the kingdom’s reform-minded crown prince said.

World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 14:40 | Viewed: 952

EU Municipalities Today Are Applying For Wireless Internet Financing

European Union municipalities will today apply for European funding for wireless internet.

World » EU | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 11:04 | Viewed: 1002

Nicolas Sarkozy is Taken for Questioning in Relation to Investigation into the Funding of his Election Campaign

Nicolas Sarkozy, the former president of France, was taken into police custody on Tuesday morning in connection with a probe into the financing of his successful 2007 presidential run, according to a person close to the investigation.

World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 11:00 | Viewed: 1001

TheVerge: China will Ban People with Poor ‘Social Credit’ from Planes and Trains

Starting in May, Chinese citizens who rank low on the country’s burgeoning “social credit” system will be in danger of being banned from buying plane or train tickets for up to a year, according to statements recently released by the country’s National De

World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 10:08 | Viewed: 2388

BBC: Cambridge Analytica The Story so far

It's a sensational story containing allegations of sleaze, psychological manipulation and data misuse that has provoked an internationally furious response.

World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 10:02 | Viewed: 3404

Trump Seeks Death Penalty for Drug Traffickers to Curb US Opioid Abuse


World | March 20, 2018, Tuesday // 10:01 | Viewed: 1473
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