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Privacy International, the European Consumer Organisation and some US lawmakers have raised concerns about Google's access to sensitive health data if it acquires Fitbit.
The South Korean defence ministry released surveillance footage of the explosion in Kaesong, which is located just over the border in North Korea.
"With a deep recession expected will we think again about the folly of big weddings?" asks Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
People are keen to make up for lost time.
Britain's Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said that although elite football can resume behind closed doors, the situation for the performing arts is "extremely challenging".
Protecting green spaces is becoming all the more important for our mental and physical health.
A spike in cases near Beijing's biggest fruit and vegetable market has got the Chinese authorities spooked.
The EU has drawn up proposals to tackle foreign subsidies for EU companies, which it says are having an increasingly negative impact on competition.
"This case represents an unacceptable failure of the system. It should never have happened and it cannot be repeated," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.