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by | January 25, 2018 | 20:18

The EU's top court on Thursday dismissed a bid by an Austrian activist to bring a class action against Facebook for privacy breaches, although he can sue the United States social media giant on a personal basis. The point, the court said, is that Schrems has always used his Facebook profile for primarily personal reasons. Schrems still hailed it as a victory, tweeting "YAY" with a winking-smiley-face emoji.

by | January 25, 2018 | 20:04

She also said that she will never invite Hina Khan in her Bigg Boss Victory party. While Arshi was speculated to do another show with Salman Khan, looks like the lady is already flooded with some good offers now let us see what show do we actually see her in next.

by | January 25, 2018 | 19:45

As for the other famous royal blond, Lady Diana Spencer (who met Charles in 1977), she may or may not appear in the series' third act, according to Morgan, who told Vanity Fair that the so-named "Queen of Hearts" may have to wait until the fourth season.

by | January 25, 2018 | 19:38

UMB Bank N A MO now owns 14,271 shares of the computer hardware maker's stock valued at $2,761,000 after buying an additional 690 shares during the last quarter. Meiji Yasuda Life Co reported 13,860 shares stake. 57,643 are held by Northstar Asset Management Limited Com. 2,600 were accumulated by Hodges Cap Mgmt.

by | January 25, 2018 | 19:05

A Navy spokeswoman says the USS Little Rock was commissioned in Buffalo on December 16 and was expected to make its way to its home port in Mayport, Fla. Lawrence Seaway. Using icebreakers to free the ships was considered, according to The Washington Post , but ultimately the Navy chose to keep the ship in Montreal to ensure the safety of the sailors and vessel.

by | January 25, 2018 | 18:48

Once she got past security, Hartman attempted to board a plane to CT, but she was told to sit down after trying to move around another passenger waiting in line, the Tribune reports. It was only when she arrived... According to the Chicago Tribune , Hartman, of Grayslake, is facing a felony charge for taking a flight from O'Hare to the United Kingdom without a ticket as well as a misdemeanor of getting into an airport illegally.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:56

It's unclear whether Trump will meet other African leaders at Davos , but President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa are among the attendees. The agreement Canada forged was a revised version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership that Trump pulled out of a year ago. "We want the world to invest in America and to create jobs for hard working Americans", he continued, adding that Trump's economic agenda - focused on aggressive deregulation and ...

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:38

According to the military regulations, Anan has to resign or get prior approval from the supreme council of the armed forces before running for president; otherwise he could be summoned for military service whenever necessary. Anan's candidacy coincided with a moment of unusual flux in the top ranks of Egypt's security services. Last week, Mohamed Anwar Sadat, a dissident and nephew of the late president of the same name, said he too would not run because the climate was not right for free ...

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:37

Following the latest activity by Mount Mayon on Sunday, authorities have raised the alert level from three to the second highest level of four, meaning that a "hazardous eruption is imminent". Civil aviation authorities are also advising that pilots avoid flying in areas close to the volcano's summit to the danger that could arise from ash or a sudden eruption, which is why officials urge that those with flight plans regularly check in with their airline for the latest updates.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:27

Macron "is waiting for a partner", Schulz, a former European Parliament chief, said in an impassioned speech to delegates ahead of the vote. The AfD has been a vocal critic of the law, calling it censorship, especially after two of its leading members were blocked on Twitter for their posts.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:18

As part of his investigation, Mueller is focusing on whether Trump obstructed justice when he removed his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and fired FBI Director James Comey , according to two USA officials. Terry McAuliffe, a close Clinton ally. But we're also not going to comment on who may or may not, or could be interviewed at any point. I don't think he even recognizes a distinction between true and false at all.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:40

The gag order had been issued by the special CBI court of Additional Sessions Judge SJ Sharma had, on November 29, 2017, issued the gag order against a handwritten request submitted by advocate Wahab Khan , counsel for Rajasthan policeman Abdul Rehman Khan, who had urged the court to ban media reporting on proceedings in the trial.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:34

Special counsel Mueller is believed to be focusing on whether Trump illegally interfered with the Russian Federation investigation, particularly when he fired FBI director James Comey a year ago. Two weeks ago, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon was subpoenaed by Mueller to testify before a grand jury. He is seen as a potentially important witness given that Mr Trump initially said he fired Mr Comey last May at the recommendation of the Justice Department.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:16

New analysis has found her identity: Anna Catharina Bischoff, an 18th-century clergyman's wife, and distant ancestor of UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. Historians then concluded, through thousands of hours in the Basel State Archives, that the mummy was a member of a well-established local family, the Bischoffs.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:02

Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers and helicopters followed the suspect driving at high speeds along Interstate 10. According to reports, law enforcement officials were in contact with the suspect by phone during the chase. Two people were reportedly injured in the other vehicle, but the extent of the injuries was not immediately known. The suspect's auto spun out of control in a cloud of smoke.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:43

But Trump pushed back against those suggestions Wednesday. He added that the interview could occur in "two or three weeks". White House Special Counsel Ty Cobb later qualified the president's remarks, telling ABC News that Mr. "I don't know what's the big deal with that". McCabe responded that he did not vote, according to the official who was not authorized to speak about private conversations.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:08

But the form of an interview with the president needs to be negotiated - whether it is face-to-face, or in writing, or a mix - and Trump told reporters he would listen to his lawyers' advice on how to proceed. That's because though Mueller seems to be getting to the end of the obstruction piece of the investigation, it would be wrong to conclude that his tactics point to an eventual finding that Trump is guilty of a serious transgression.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:08

Graham stood up for Trump when CNN anchor Don Lemon mentioned the president's use of foul, derogatory language and reports of an affair more than a decade ago with porn star Stormy Daniels , reports The Charlotte Observer . "And if one of us is hurt.it won't be a fake injury or, sadly, a fake death ". " Mr. President, I'm going to speak directly to you ". It'll be real.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:03

The forgiveness of France will be limited only to the first detected mistake, however. French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday appealed for inclusive and sustainable globalization while addressing participants of the ongoing annual World Economic Forum here.

by | January 25, 2018 | 14:40

A Finnish journalist of Palestinian descent is claiming she asked to agree to a strip search Monday at Prime Minister Netanyahu's office ahead of his visit with Vice President Pence, the Independent reported . Women of the press also blamed the male journalists on the scene for not standing up for them and representing a unified face of journalism. "The issue here is gender discrimination", she said.