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ATHENS (Reuters) - The Greek government dismissed on Wednesday a report in The New York Times newspaper that it was holding illegal migrants who cross the border from Turkey at a secret "black site" where they are denied access to lawyers and cannot file asylum claims.
Facebook and other tech companies need to be regulated like the tobacco industry, warned Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who exposed the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden on Wednesday cancelled political rallies in Florida and Illinois due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic and replaced them with what his campaign called "virtual events" in the two states.
ISTANBUL/ATHENS (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan accused Greek security forces on Wednesday of behaving like Nazis for using force against migrants trying to cross the border from Turkey into the European Union.
Margaret Bordelon can still feel the hands of the drunk man who tried to pull her in for a kiss at the end of his Uber ride last September in Lafayette, Louisiana.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Lawyers for George Pell began a final bid on Wednesday to overturn the former Vatican treasurer's conviction for sexually abusing two choirboys, arguing in Australia's highest court that he could not have committed the offences.
AMSTERDAM: Dutch prosecutors accused Russia on Tuesday of trying to sabotage the investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine in 2014, saying this cast "a dark shadow" over the impending trial of four suspects in the crash.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday dealt a setback to President Donald Trump's administration, ruling that the Justice Department must provide a Democratic-led congressional panel grand jury material redacted from former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) has asked a grandson of the former president of Kazakhstan to explain where he got the money from to buy a multi-million pound mansion in one of north London's most expensive roads.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish prosecutor said on Tuesday a U.S. consulate employee should be acquitted on charges of espionage and trying to overthrow the government, but should face jail on a lesser charge of belonging to a terrorist organisation.