"We are truly sorry," said ETA to civilian victims days before the organization is expected to announce its dissolution
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Misinformation about an alleged chemical weapons attack gained traction due to established pro-Assad campaign
Europe has followed the path taken by U.S. Congress which passed the 'Cloud' Act last month
A short history of U.S./North Korea negotiations helps frame a potential Trump-Kim summit
Whistleblower says Cambridge Analytica used quizzes other than Kogan's This Is Your Digital Life to collect data from Facebook
Prime Minister said she would have joined allies in expelling spies but couldn't find any
Russian investigative journalist Maksim Borodin has died after falling from the balcony of his flat in Yekaterinburg.
Sina Weibo, China's version of Twitter, has reversed a sweeping ban on 'homosexual content'
Windrush generation documents destroyed by Home Office when PM Theresa May was home secretary