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Facebook says likely Russian-based operation funded U.S. ads with political message

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it had found that an operation likely based in Russia spent $100,000 (76,704.76 pounds)on thousands of U.S. ads promoting divisive social and political messages in a two-year-period through May.

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US House approves sweeping self-driving car measure

The US House unanimously approved a sweeping proposal to speed the deployment of self-driving cars without human controls.

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A landmark judgment on judicial power

A Federal Court decision earlier this year has restored judicial power of the federation to the judiciary.

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NFL - Brexit a boost for possible London franchise, says UK head

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's departure from the European Union will make it easier for London to have an NFL franchise by removing some of the legal obstacles, the head of the U.S. sport's British-based operations said on Wednesday.

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Spain's government asks court to strike down Catalan referendum law

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's government has asked the Spanish constitutional court to declare void a referendum law that Catalonia's separatist government is expected to pass later on Wednesday, Spain's deputy prime minister said.

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Hong Kong's vanishing archives and the battle to preserve history

HONG KONG (Reuters) - For anyone digging into Hong Kong's history, the official archives might not be the place to look.

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Brazil former presidents Lula and Rousseff charged in corruption case

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's top prosecutor on Tuesday charged former Presidents Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff along with fellow Workers Party members with forming a criminal organization, the latest accusations in Brazil's sprawling corruption scandal.

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Fintech pushes EU to explore changes to bank software rules

European Union banks facing increasing competition from financial technology firms could find it easier to invest in software under rule changes being discussed with regulators.

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US SEC chief says cyber crime risks are substantial, systemic

Regulators must do more to help mom-and-pop investors better understand the potential risks posed by cyber crime and new technologies used to commit fraud, US Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton said.

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Spanish auditors demand Catalan leaders pay for previous independence vote - El Pais

MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish audit office has demanded the former leader of Catalonia and other politicians from the region pay 5 million euros (4.57 million pounds) for holding a consultative independence ballot in 2014, El Pais newspaper said on Tuesday.