Complaints against the web giants are filed on the first day of the EU's new data protection law.
Boxer Stacey Copeland says it is wrong to objectify women after Lewis Hamilton hailed the return of "beautiful" women to the F1 grid.
Police in Malaysia have seized more than 400 luxury handbags and £21.3m in cash during raids on several apartments linked to former prime minister Najib Razak.
An American woman says she feels "invaded" after an Amazon Alexa device recorded a private conversation and sent it to a random contact without being asked to.
George Osborne has added another job to his portfolio, tying him to one of the richest families in Italy.
The new government is being urged to re-examine mysterious abductions, deaths of prisoners in custody and politically charged murders.
The bishop who lit up the royal wedding has turned his attention to Washington.
A battle between government forces and revolutionists resulted in deaths on both sides, and defeat for the Nicaraguan leadership.
Australia and the Netherlands formally accuse Russia of responsibility for downing flight MH17.
One of Britain's "most wanted" murder suspects who has been on the run for more than two years has been placed on a worldwide most wanted list.
Former Brazil international Ronaldinho is to "marry" his two girlfriends, it has been reported.
Can China simply wipe out Taiwan’s international identity? Taiwan says it’s trying harder than ever, bringing its leverage to bear on countries and companies alike.
A mid-air tug of war ensued, above San Juan Island in the US state of Washington.
Game critic John Bain - known as TotalBiscuit and the Cynical Brit - dies of cancer.
Pakistan's players have been told to stop wearing smartwatches during play to avoid any allegations of match-fixing, bowler Hasan Ali has said.
North and South Koreans had high hopes for peace with the now-cancelled Trump-Kim summit.
Australian Tiahleigh Palmer was killed by her foster father who feared his son had got her pregnant.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is said to be "unruffled" after Donald Trump cancelled their highly anticipated meeting.
The number of Indigenous Australian juveniles in detention or on parole is increasing, even as the total number of children accused of crimes is decreasing.
The raids are part of a police investigation linked to the 1MDB corruption scandal.
The minister who electrified the royal wedding with his powerful sermon on love and equality led a march to protest against Donald Trump's "America First" agenda.
The police were looking for two suspects after the blast at Bombay Bhel in Mississauga, a city just south of Toronto.
North Korea appears to have blown up tunnels at its only nuclear test site, believed to have already been partially collapsed after the last test there in 2017.
Peel Regional Police say two suspects "detonated" a device at a restaurant in Mississauga near Toronto.
Three people are critically injured after two suspects detonated a bomb in a restaurant in Ontario, Canadian police say.
Apple has been awarded damages of $539 m (£402.7m) in its long-running legal dispute with rival Samsung.
Facebook and Google took steps to prevent foreign online influence in Ireland’s abortion referendum on Friday. Here’s how those efforts are working out.
Samsung has been ordered to pay Apple damages in a long-running dispute between the tech firms.
Women are expected to vote in greater numbers in Friday’s referendum. But turnout among male Irish voters — who tend to consider abortion a women’s issue — may be critical.
A fisheries inspector brought a claim of workplace harassment against the Scottish government, alleging years of racism, sexism and bullying.
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