|Britain's finance minister says looking at distinct trade deal with EU|
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British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Saturday (Dec 16) it is likely Britain will want to negotiate a bespoke arrangement for a future trade deal with the European Union, rather than copying existing arrangements like the Canada-EU deal.
|US top diplomat calls for release of two reporters arrested in Myanmar|
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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Friday that the US government has demanded the release of two Reuters reporters being held in Myanmar.
|Canada beats US 3-1 in women's hockey Olympic tuneup|
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Haley Irwin and Sarah Nurse scored in the second period, sending Canada to a 3-1 victory over the United States in an Olympic tuneup between the world's top powers in women's hockey
|US asks Deutsche Bank for info on Michael Flynn-linked transactions: Report|
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The US government has requested that Deutsche Bank provide information on transactions potentially linked to Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security advisor, according to a media report.
|Here Is Your Festive EU Nintendo eShop Update For Friday 15th December 2017|
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Check out this weeks newest downloadable offerings on Nintendo platforms.
|False paradise? EU is no haven of Net neutrality, say critics|
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but critics say the EU is not a level playing field.
|Austria's conservative leader strikes deal to bring far right into government|
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Conservative and nationalist parties in Austria reached a deal on Friday to form a new coalition government that will shift the country to the right and make 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz Europe's youngest leader.
|The battle over net neutrality is far from over. Here's what's coming next|
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December 16, 2017 1:49 PM
WASHINGTON (WASHINGTON POST) - The Federal Communications Commission's vote on Thursday (Dec 14) to repeal its net neutrality rules marked the end of a brief experiment by the network regulator to rein in the tremendous power of Internet providers by treating them like the highly-regulated telecoms. Now, providers will be allowed to speed up some websites - and block or slow down others - so long as they disclose it to the public, and violations will largely be handled after the fact by the Federal Trade Commission, not the FCC.
|Merkel demands Macron steps into line to save EU - hours after French PM slapdown|
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ANGELA Merkel has hailed the importance of leading the EU alongside France in a veiled swipe at Emmanuel Macron, hours after the French Prime Minister slapped her down for holding up his sweeping reforms.
|Spanish court allows extradition of 121 Taiwanese to China|
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A Spanish court granted China's extradition request for 121 Taiwanese citizens accused of belonging to Spain-based gangs that swindled people in China out of millions of euros by telephone.