Irish data regulator probes Instagram: Media Reports
Following the complaints the DPC, the European Union's main data privacy regulator, reportedly launched two separate inquiries last month.
EU welcomes new Armenia-Azerbaijan ceasefire, deplores violence
The EU official said he spoke to the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan "to impress upon them that the ceasefire should be unconditional and strictly respected".
UK says door remains ‘ajar’ for post-Brexit trade deal
Britain wants to reassert sovereignty over its waters and have no EU legal oversight over the deal.
UN hopes meeting will raise $1 billion for key Sahel nations
"Compared to the average of the last five years, acute food insecurity has increased by a staggering 514% in Burkina Faso, 130% in Mali and 144% in Niger."
Belarus on the boil
President Alexander Lukashenko, Europe’s last dictator, holding fort for 26 years now, could be consumed by the rising cauldron of protests and economic problems
EU lawmakers want Jeff Bezos to tell if Amazon spies on them
The open letter initiated by French politician Leila Chaibi and signed by 36 other members of the European Parliament comes days after Amazon deleted two job postings for "intelligence analysis" which unions saw as 'threats'.
Johnson says UK ‘can prosper mightily’ under no-deal Brexit
Reports suggest the talks could now continue for the rest of October, but British officials are stressing the need for clarity on whether a deal is feasible by the summit.