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Ecuador cuts Julian Assange's internet access at London embassy

Founder of whistle-blower website holed up at Ecuador's embassy in London for nearly six years now, faces fresh curbs.

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What Google and Facebook know about you

An expert has investigated the data that two internet companies possess and warns others on extent of privacy intrusion.

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Hannah Glasse: Why Google honours her today

One of the pioneering English cooks and writer of The Art of Cookery, Hannah Glasse would have been 310 today.

Hannah Glasse

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Ireland to vote on abortion in May

Abortion has long been a divisive issue in once stridently Catholic Ireland.

Protesters in Dublin

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Greek Cypriot president welcomes EU support over gas issue

Anastasiades welcomes EU's 'unprecedented' condemnation of Turkey's actions off Cyprus, a statement slammed by Ankara.

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Ex-Catalan minister turns herself in in Scotland

Catalonia's former education minister handed herself over to authorities after European arrest warrant issued for her.

Clara Ponsati

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Cambridge Analytica and Facebook: The scandal so far

As whistle-blower Christopher Wylie appears before UK parliamentarians, examining the expanding controversy.

Whistle-blower Christopher Wylie

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Russia: Demand for resignations over Siberia shopping centre fire

Thousands of people demonstrate in Siberia's Kemerovo, calling for resignation of local officials over deadly blaze.

Siberia's Kemerovo

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Russia-Skripal scandal: What we know so far

A breakdown of events and reactions as UK-Russia tensions escalate over the poisoning of ex-Russian agent and daughter.

Russian embassy

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Yuri Gagarin's death: Three tales for his crash

'None of the documents from the 29 volumes of the investigation was published in full,' said Russian historian Glushko.

Yuri Gagarin

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UK's Theresa May comes out against US child separation policy

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Italy's Salvini causes outrage over Roma census plan

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May 2018 was the world’s 'fourth-warmest' May on record

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Bosnian police block migrants from reaching EU member Croatia

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Germany: Interior minister gives Merkel ultimatum on migrants

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Greece and Macedonia sign agreement on name change

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