Facebook audit finds “serious setbacks” fighting hate speech
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Facebook audit finds “serious setbacks” fighting hate speech

A two year audit into Facebook’s policy on tackling hate speech, misinformation and bias has…

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‘Cancel Culture’ letter draws criticism, we’ll tell you why it’s been so controversial
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‘Cancel Culture’ letter draws criticism, we’ll tell you why it’s been so controversial

Several prominent writers, academics and celebrities have signed an open letter warning against so-called “cancel…

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Greece’s young refugees: Unaccompanied minors depart Athens for new life in Portugal
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Greece’s young refugees: Unaccompanied minors depart Athens for new life in Portugal

At least five thousand of the more than a million migrants and refugees who reach…

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Leicester lockdown: Euronews visits east midlands textile industries
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Leicester lockdown: Euronews visits east midlands textile industries

The city of Leicester, which has been put back into lockdown following a spike in…

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New UK economic plans: British chancellor unveils €33 billion plan to save jobs
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New UK economic plans: British chancellor unveils €33 billion plan to save jobs

Jobs, bonuses and tax cuts – the UK Chancellor announces a 33-billion euro plan to…

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Merkel in Brussels: Chancellor seeks support on recovery package ahead of next week’s summit
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Merkel in Brussels: Chancellor seeks support on recovery package ahead of next week’s summit

Angela Merkel goes to the European Parliament to set out her priorities for Germany’s EU…

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UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces an economic plan to boost the UK economy
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UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces an economic plan to boost the UK economy

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Former journalist denies passing Russian military secrets to NATO country
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Former journalist denies passing Russian military secrets to NATO country

Ivan Safronov, now an adviser to the Russian space agency, faces up to 20 years…

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Serbian officials send mixed messages on lockdown after thousands protest
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Serbian officials send mixed messages on lockdown after thousands protest

Thousands protested in Belgrade on Tuesday as the Serbian president announced the reintroduction of lockdown…

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Hong Kong’s new business and cultural normal
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Hong Kong’s new business and cultural normal

As the world struggles with the coronavirus pandemic, Spotlight explores how Hong Kong’s start-up and…

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