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  • EU slaps Google with record fine for breaching competition rules

    The EU has hit Google with a $2.7bn fine for breaching anti-trust laws. A seven-year investigation by the European Commission found the tech giant unfairly promoted its Google Shopping price comparison service via its search engine.

    EU slaps Google with record fine for breaching competition rules
    EU slaps Google with record fine for breaching competition rules

    The EU has hit Google with a $2.7bn fine for breaching anti-trust laws. A seven-year investigation by the European Commission found the tech giant unfairly promoted its Google Shopping price comparison service via its search engine.

    01:49Jun 27, 2017

  • Court finds Dutch state partially liable for Srebrenica massacre

    Relatives of some of the thousands killed in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre say an appeals court ruling in The Hague does not deliver justice for their loved ones.

    Court finds Dutch state partially liable for Srebrenica massacre
  • Zimbabwe efforts to contain bird flu outbreak

    The government of Zimbabwe is trying to contain an outbreak of bird flu that has killed thousands of chickens. It is the latest threat to a poultry industry that was already under pressure.

    Zimbabwe efforts to contain bird flu outbreak
  • New York: Arab and Islamic art museum aims to challenge stereotypes

    New York hasn’t had a museum dedicated solely to Arab and Islamic art, until now. The museum’s founder, Mohammed Al Thani, a Qatari art enthusiast, says the museum is needed to help foster better understanding at a time of rising Islamophobia.

    New York: Arab and Islamic art museum aims to challenge stereotypes
  • Threat to block GCC arms sales 'represents fears of military'

    An influential Republican senator has announced he will withhold approval of US weapons sales to members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), until there is a clear path for settling a major diplomatic crisis with Qatar.

    Threat to block GCC arms sales 'represents fears of military'
  • Srebrenica victims' relatives appeal for Dutch to take responsibility for all deaths after court ruling

    A court in The Hague has ruled that Dutch peacekeepers could have prevented 300 of the more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys from being killed in the Srebrenica massacre more than 20 years ago.

    Srebrenica victims' relatives appeal for Dutch to take responsibility for all deaths after court ruling