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EU investigates Instagram over handling of children's data

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Facebook could face a large fine if Instagram is found to have broken European Union privacy laws.
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'Nobody can fill place of MS Dhoni', says KL Rahul [Video]

'Nobody can fill place of MS Dhoni', says KL Rahul

Indian batsman wicket-keeper KL Rahul ahead of 1st ODI against Australia said that legendary Indian cricket captain "Mahendra Singh Dhoni's place cannot be filled." MS Dhoni had announced retirement in August via Instagram post. India will clash with hosts Australia on November 26 at SCG.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus spoofs Rudy Giuliani while announcing 'Veep' virtual table read

Julia Louis-Dreyfus took to Instagram Tuesday to announce that on Dec. 6, the cast of "Veep" will reunited for a virtual table reading.

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Even Utah’s mysterious monolith may be no match for Google Earth

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Last week, a sheep-counting expedition found a mysterious monolith deep in the Utah desert, and they warned the world..

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Watch: Alia Bhatt runs around with abandon in forest, embraces her inner child [Video]

Watch: Alia Bhatt runs around with abandon in forest, embraces her inner child

Actor Alia Bhatt revisited her childhood days in a new video shared on Instagram. In the video, Alia is seen running around in a forest and playing with two kids. Alia captioned it, 'Childhood! A time when the world feels like your playground'. After months of staying indoors, the 27-year-old actor had recently resumed work. Earlier this month, Alia was joined by the Brahmastra team for a 10-day schedule in Mumbai. The fantasy drama was scheduled to release in December 2020 after several delays. The release has, however, been pushed yet again owing to Covid-19 pandemic. Brahmastra also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni and Dimple Kapadia. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, Brahmastra is the first instalment of an ambitious fantasy trilogy.

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Coronavirus pandemic: Germany seeks EU deal to close ski resorts

Germany and Italy want slopes closed until January, but the EU is yet to reach an agreement.
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European Parliament vote takes another big step toward ‘right to repair’ rules

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The EU has just taken a big step toward establishing stronger “right to repair” rules, with the the European Parliament voting..

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Why is the EU pledging €1.2 billion to Afghanistan? [Video]

Why is the EU pledging €1.2 billion to Afghanistan?

The EU has pledged €1.2 billion to Afghanistan over the next five years. But why and what does the bloc gain?View on euronews

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Brexit: Taoiseach hopeful of EU-UK deal but says trust has eroded [Video]

Brexit: Taoiseach hopeful of EU-UK deal but says trust has eroded

Brexit: Irish Prime Minister "hopeful" of deal but says "trust has eroded" - Euronews speaks to Taoiseach Micheál Martin in this week's Global Conversation.View on euronews

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Maradona best player in history of football, teammate says [Video]

Maradona best player in history of football, teammate says

Diego Maradona’s former teammate has described the Argentina as “the very best in the history of football”. Osvaldo Ardiles, who played alongside Maradona in the national team, said he’d remember his friend for his “extraordinary love”. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Small businesses should embrace Google and Facebook for momentum amid pandemic

Small businesses, hit especially hard during the COVID-19 crisis, can use social media and digital ads to help promote their wares and services.
 

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Diego Maradona was 'virtually unplayable', says Peter Reid [Video]

Diego Maradona was 'virtually unplayable', says Peter Reid

Former England midfielder Peter Reid, who played opposite Diego Maradona in the famous 1986 World Cup game, has said the Argentinian was "one of the greatest footballers to ever walk the planet". Maradona passed away on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack. "He was virtually unplayable", said Reid, "he was a genius". Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Facebook is deleting evidence of war crimes, researchers say

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On October 24th, 2020, an art trafficker in Darnah, Libya posted a series of unusual ads...

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Chancellor: Public sector pay pause for reasons of fairness [Video]

Chancellor: Public sector pay pause for reasons of fairness

Rishi Sunak has said that the pay pause to some public sector workers is "for reasons of fairness". In his Spending Review, Rishi Sunak said nurses, doctors and others in the NHS will get a pay rise, but for the rest of the public sector, any increase will be paused, affecting firefighters, teachers, the armed forces, police, civil servants, council and Government agency staff. Mr Sunak added that the lowest paid public sector staff - those earning below £24,000 - would see their pay increased by at least £250. During a visit to Hammersmith Hospital, the Chancellor said it "wouldn't be fair or right to have an across-the-board increase in public sector pay". Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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