Romania’s Bucharest (AP) — Social media celebrity Andrew Tate was ordered by a court in the capital of Romania on Friday to leave the country but stay in the European Union while he awaits trial for rape, human trafficking, and organising a criminal organisation to sexually abuse women. Mateea Petrescu,Read More →

MUNICH (AP) — It’s possible that the Netherlands is peaking at the ideal moment. After putting on by far its greatest performance at Euro 2024, the Dutch team defeated Romania 3-0 on Tuesday to advance to its first quarterfinal in the European Championship in sixteen years. The Dutch advanced toRead More →

Following a fatal plane accident that is thought to have taken the life of Yevgeny Prigozhin, the volatile leader of the mercenary organization, President Vladimir Putin has ordered Wagner troops to swear loyalty to the Russian government. On Friday, the Kremlin declared that Western claims that Prigozhin had been executedRead More →

Starting on Friday, when extensive EU regulations compel digital businesses to comply, the biggest names in technology must take action against unlawful material and maintain user safety for Europeans online. The historic Digital Services Act (DSA) requires digital companies to tighten up content policing in order to shield European usersRead More →

ANKARA/LONDON (Reuters) – Turkey’s lira has hit a record low before of the country’s election decision on Sunday, with investors apprehensive about what may happen if Tayyip Erdogan gains another decade in power. ‘Erdonomics,’ as the 69-year-old president’s unconventional, growth-seeking policies are known, have pushed the lira down 80% inRead More →

(Reuters) reports from London. Google won a lawsuit filed on behalf of 1.6 million individuals against a British hospital trust over medical information transferred to the US internet giant. In 2015, the Royal Free London NHS Trust handed patient data to Google’s artificial intelligence business DeepMind Technologies in order toRead More →

(Reuters) – PARIS The French antitrust authority handed Facebook-owner Meta (META.O) two months to alter its access criteria for ad verification partners, claiming that the business was possibly abusing its dominant market position in online advertising. The competition regulator said in a statement that Meta must publish new access requirementsRead More →

LONDON/DUBLIN- (Reuters) – European savers are withdrawing more money from banks in search of a better bargain, as lenders refuse to pay up to hang on to deposits that they believe they can temporarily manage without. The pattern revealed as several of the region’s largest lenders reported a successful startRead More →

(AFP) – According to almost final statistics, the far-right EKRE received just 16 percent of the vote, while Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas’ center-right Reform Party received 31.6 percent. Reform will once again need to assemble a coalition with one or more of the parties represented in the 101-seat legislatureRead More →