LONDON - A network of dummy online stores offering household goods has been used as a front for internet gambling payments, a Reuters examination has found.
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Trump, new Saudi crown prince share hardline views on Iran but risks abound
Saudi Arabia's new crown prince and likely next king shares U.S. President Donald Trump's hawkish view of Iran, but a more confrontational approach toward Tehran carries a risk of escalation in an unstable region, current and former U.S. officials said.
Facebook to keep wraps on political ads data despite researchers' demands
Facebook said it would not disclose information about political campaign advertising or related data such as how many users click on ads and if advertising messages are consistent across demographics, despite arguments from political scientists who want the data for research.
Mourners in Ohio remember U.S. student held prisoner by North Korea
Friends and family members will gather in Ohio on Thursday to say goodbye to an American student who died days after being returned to the United States in a coma following 17 months in captivity in North Korea.
European stock markets stumble as oil languishes near lows
European stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday, as oil prices kept within sight of the seven-month lows reached overnight on worries about a supply glut and falling demand.
Google to push for law enforcement to have more access to overseas data
Alphabet Inc's Google will press U.S. lawmakers on Thursday to update laws on how governments access customer data stored on servers located in other countries, hoping to address a mounting concern for both law enforcement officials and Silicon Valley.
After London fire, 600 tower blocks thought to have similar cladding
An estimated 600 high-rise buildings in England contain cladding similar to that used on a London tower block which caught fire, killing at least 79 people, officials said on Thursday.
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