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North Korea has designated remote Chagang Province as a Special Songun Revolutionary Zone, fuelling suspicions that the region is being turned into a mountain redoubt for the regime’s atomic weapons and missile programmes despite Pyongyang’s promises to scrap...
Google is facing a potential payout of up to £3.2bn over claims it collected data on millions of iPhone users, the search giant has revealed. The group representing iPhone users, known as Google You Owe Us, represents 4.4 million people in...
Global oil prices have risen to breach the $80 a barrel mark for the first time in almost four years as the market reacts to a reigniting of geopolitical tensions and economic collapse among the world’s largest oil producers. The price...
Antonio Tajani, the parliament's president, said in a statement that the Facebook FB CEO would travel to Brussels to meet representatives of the parliament "hopefully" as soon as next week. "I welcome Mark Zuckerberg's decision to appear in person...
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke to German, French and British counterparts in recent days to discuss cooperation over Iran, a State Department spokeswoman said on Monday a week after U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from the Iran...
Michael Gove is concerned the EU will use the Northern Ireland border issue to "hold us hostage" and keep the UK in the Single Market and Customs Union. The Environment Secretary raised concerns at a private dinner of Tory Eurosceptics that...
Apple's latest  iOS update could make it a lot harder for law enforcement to access files on a suspect's phone, a security researcher has claimed. The new security feature was spotted in an early beta preview of iOS 11.4, which is expected...
Leaders of Italy’s triumphant conservative alliance have called for a radical change in the EU’s negotiating stance over Brexit, describing threats to restrict trade and punish Britain as ideological idiocy. “Great Britain is a friendly country with a long tradition...
President Donald Trump appears poised to drive a stake through the heart of the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday, when he announces his verdict on US sanctions relief underpinning the landmark accord. Officials and diplomats expect the US leader to ignore...
Theresa May has been accused of silencing Eurosceptics while allowing her pro-European Bisiness Secretary to resurrect "Project Fear" over plans for a post-Brexit customs partnership with the EU. Greg Clark, the Business Secretary, suggested that 3,500 jobs at Toyota could...

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