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In more than half of child grooming cases in England and Wales where police recorded information about how the child was groomed, a Facebook-owned app was used.
The US President signed an executive order directs executive agencies to ask for review of social media companies' liability protections.
Matches have been suspended since March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
UK lockdown to ease from Monday allowing groups of up to six to meet outside, says PM Boris Johnson
The state of emergency gave the government the power to rule by decree and was heavily criticised because it had no clear end date.
Phase 2 means you can go to a cafe, bar or restaurant, although they now will have to keep a distance of one metre from other tables; travel more than 100 kilometres from your residence; go to the theatre for a show. Find out what else.
Want to make plans for the summer? Different countries across Europe are lifting their restrictions at different times. Here's what we currently know, country-by-country.
It comes ahead of schedule but weeks after similar test-and-trace schemes were introduced in Germany and France.
The world has been looking to South Korea as a model for how to handle COVID-19. But a fresh spike in cases is putting that reputation at risk.
The suspected smugglers were arrested in simultaneous early morning raids carried out in France and Belgium. They face up to 15 years in jail and a fine of up to €150,000 per victim.
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More than one in six young people have been forced to stop working since the pandemic began, the UN's International Labour Organisation has highlighted, warning it "make it much more difficult to rebuild a better, post-COVID economy".
“The one nice thing that I seem to have acquired, accidentally, is this reputation of everyone afraid of my voice,” Kramer once said.
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The French phone app could become available for download as early as next week if approved by the Senate.
Researchers warned that "there is a risk of reversing some of the progress made in narrowing the gender wage gap over recent decades" because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Authorities in the north-eastern French city fear a new outbreak of the deadly virus. The area has been badly hit by the pandemic.
The US President said Twitter's fact-check warning is stifling freedom of expression and accused the platform of interfering in the US presidential elections.