Facebook says Cambridge University researcher, Aleksandr Kogan, violated its policies.

Cambridge University researcher, Aleksandr Kogan, developed an app that mined data on 50 million Facebook users and passed the information to London-based consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is accused of accepting illegal funding from Libya.

Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 campaign allegedly accepted illegal funding from the then Libyan regime.

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U.S. retailers group said levying additional tariff would bloat the prices and hurt American households.

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The autonomous car technology must be given more time for evolution before large-scale deployment.

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A chemical in egg whites has been used to produce hydrogen, a clean, carbon-free source of energy.

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