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Facebook: Up to 87m affected in Cambridge Analytica scandal

Number of users whose data was accessed by Cambridge Analytica may be significantly higher than suspected, company says.

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Facebook removes 135 accounts linked to Russian troll farm

The move comes as the social media platform faces criticism because of alleged mishandling of data.

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Trump: Saudis need to pay if they want US troops to stay in Syria

Trump reiterates necessity for US troops to leave Syria unless Riyadh pays for continuation of US presence there.

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US court jails lawyer over lying to Mueller's Russia probe

Alex van der Zwaan gets 30-day prison term, $20,000 fine for 'repeatedly' lying to investigators about foreign contacts.

Van der Zwaan

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Rights groups decry murder of Maria Magdalena Cruz Rojas

The Colombian social leader, known as an 'untiring fighter' for human rights, was killed last week at her home.

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Mueller investigation probes consulting firm linked to UAE

Special Counsel Robert Mueller questions firm established in Israel over links to the United Arab Emirates.

US special counsel Robert Mueller

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Antarctic underwater glaciers melting at an 'extreme' rate

According to the study, 1,463sq km of ice melted between 2010 and 2016, an area slightly smaller than that of London.

Antarctic underwater glaciers

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Fears over rushed trials as US immigration judges get quota

Immigration judges will be expected to complete 700 cases a year to reduce backlog of 680,000 cases.

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Teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky stage protests

Rallies in Oklahoma and Kentucky are part of a wave of protests across the US over funding, low pay and benefits.

Teachers

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Why are teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky protesting?

Rallies come as part of a wave of protests by teachers across the US over funding, low pay and benefits.

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