Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi prince allows consulate search for missing journalist

  1. Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi prince allows consulate search for missing journalist  BBC News
  2. Saudi Crown Prince invites Turkey to search consulate for missing journalist: ‘we have nothing to hide’  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. An incredible thing just happened in Saudi Arabia, but there’s a problem  NEWS.com.au
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Facebook now allows ad-targeting with shadow profiles

  1. Facebook now allows ad-targeting with shadow profiles  Daily News & Analysis
  2. Facebook allows advertisers to target you based on your shadow profile  Mashable
  3. Extent of ‘shadow’ data Facebook hands to advertisers revealed after lengthy study  The Drum
  4. Facebook lets advertisers target you using ‘shadow’ phone numbers  Telegraph.co.uk
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Italy allows some migrants off stranded boat amid EU row

Italy allows some migrants off stranded boat amid EU rowItaly allowed 16 of the 150 migrants stranded on board a coastguard ship at a Sicily port to disembark on Saturday, as government officials face questioning over the refusal to let all passengers off, media reported. The Diciotti vessel has been docked at the port of Catania since Monday night, after the Italian government blocked migrants from leaving in the absence of commitments from the EU to relocate some of them. Italy on Friday said it would pull its funding for the EU as a “compensatory measure” if the bloc refused to come forward and help with relocating the migrants, sparking a fresh immigration row between the bloc and Italy’s populist government.


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U.S. judge allows Mueller case against Russian company to proceed

U.S. judge allows Mueller case against Russian company to proceedA U.S. judge on Monday backed Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the federal Russia investigation, allowing a case to proceed against a Russian company accused of helping fund a propaganda operation to sway the 2016 presidential election in Donald Trump’s favor. Judge Dabney Friedrich, in an opinion filed in the U.S. District court for the District of Columbia, rejected an argument by the company, Concord Management and Consulting LLC, that Mueller was unlawfully appointed and lacked prosecutorial authority.


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