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The commission says its Jendela Map was directing telcos to upgrade Internet connectivity based on consumer feedback, with over 18,000 reports filed since the map was launched in July.
A Hong Kong foreign domestic helper who tested positive for the coronavirus five days after completing quarantine has been confirmed as infected, triggering compulsory screening orders on places she visited.
BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali's foreign ministry summoned France's ambassador to Bamako on Tuesday over comments by President Emmanuel Macron that it said were unfriendly and disagreeable.
Ex-Hong Kong police officer jailed for second time this year over upskirting offences against women while serving the force
Ng Sai-ping, 29, sentenced to four months behind bars at West Kowloon Court for taking upskirt photos of women, his second jail term for the offence this year. He preyed on five women within two months of his release from prison, and while awaiting a police disciplinary hearing.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Billions of people use Google because it's the best, not because of deals the company made to stay competitive, Google's lawyer said on Friday, wrapping up a week of testimony as the U.S. tech giant fights a record $5 billion antitrust fine.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - A 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) European Union antitrust fine was based on flawed calculations, Alphabet's Google said on Thursday, urging Europe's second-highest court to scrap or reduce what it said was not an appropriate penalty.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Alphabet unit Google on Tuesday said deals with Android phone makers that landed it a record 4.3-billion-euro ($5 billion) antitrust fine boosted competition and rejected EU charges they were a carrot-and-stick tactic that stifled rivals.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - At least ten members of a group of FARC rebel dissidents were killed in an armed forces bombing in Colombia's southeastern jungle, the head of the military said on Monday.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) -Alphabet unit Google on Monday blasted EU antitrust regulators for ignoring rival Apple as it launched a bid to get Europe's second-highest court to annul a record 4.34-billion euro ($5.1 billion) fine related to its Android operating system.
Half a decade ago, Barbara Stowe's parents and other founders of Greenpeace decided that they would send a boat to halt US nuclear tests, and that marked the start of a global movement that protects the environment.