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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Three days after European Union leaders left a summit in Brussels with a discreet yet vague agreement to expel Russian diplomats over a nerve agent attack on British soil, envoys met back to share details before an afternoon deadline.
Facebook is in crisis following allegations that the company allowed a data-analysis firm linked to the Trump campaign to get private information on 50 million Americans before the 2016 elections. But this may be just the beginning of a wider public backlash against Facebook and many other big tech firms.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tuesday for a "long-term response" by the West to the security threat from Russia as NATO followed member states in expelling Russian diplomats over the poisoning of a double agent in England.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian lawmakers expressed support for reunification with neighbouring Moldova in a symbolic vote on Tuesday intended to highlight close historic ties, but the speaker of Moldova's own parliament said his country cherished its independence.
LONDON: Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said he will not appear before a UK parliamentary committee to give evidence in the wake of allegations that information on millions of its users was misused.
PRISTINA/BELGRADE (Reuters) - The party representing Kosovo's Serb minority withdrew from the government coalition on Tuesday in protest at what it called "attacks on the people and representatives of Serbia" by the authorities in the ethnic Albanian majority country.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis's minority government approved a proposed bill on national referendums on Tuesday, setting a high ceiling on holding votes and excluding international agreements to safeguard against potential Czexit calls.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland has paid a bitter price for making concessions to the European Union on its judicial reforms, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, head of the ruling conservatives and the country's paramount leader, said on Tuesday.
TASHKENT (Reuters) - Uzbekistan offered on Tuesday to host peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, a move that could make Tashkent a player in settling the decades-long conflict in the neighbouring country.