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United States carries out first prisoner transfer from Guantanamo under Trump

United States carries out first prisoner transfer from Guantanamo under Trump

Reuters reported in March that Darbi's transfer was advancing. The statement said that Mr al Darbi, who is 43 years old, will "serve out the balance of his 13-year sentence in Saudi Arabia". Mattis's recommendations to the White House provide "our warfighters guidance on nominating detainees for transfer to Guantanamo detention should that person present a continuing, significant threat to the security of the United States", Pentagon spokeswoman Commander Sarah Higgins said. Consulte Mais Informação

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Facebook Tries To Stall Privacy Shield Ruling Until GDPR Goes Into Effect

Facebook Tries To Stall Privacy Shield Ruling Until GDPR Goes Into Effect

The case, taken by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems , was heard in Ireland because it is the location of Facebook's headquarters for most of its markets outside the US. "The court was not alerted to the fact that, as far as Facebook was concerned, there was a clock ticking down", said Costello. Dublin intends to seek a determination from the CJEU as to whether SCCs are in breach of Articles 7 and 8 of the European Charter, which protect personal privacy and the privacy of European ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Sensex jumps over 150 points, Nifty above 10750

Sensex jumps over 150 points, Nifty above 10750

On Monday, the Sensex and Nifty rose almost 0.50 per cent to end near 3-month highs. While the Sensex closed 16 points or 0.05 % higher at 35,176, Nifty fell 0.20% or 21.30 points to 10,718. Shares of HCL Tech fell almost 2 per cent today. Metal (3.43 per cent) and PSU Bank (2.50 per cent) accounted for most of the losses. Coal India, Infosys , ICICI Bank, HUL, TCS and Tata Steel were among the top losers on Sensex today, falling up to 2 per cent. Consulte Mais Informação

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Spotify is tumbling after its earnings miss (SPOT)

Spotify is tumbling after its earnings miss (SPOT)

The result was close to what Spotify had predicted just a week before the close of the period , when it had set guidance at 73 million to 76 million members. Spotify reported revenues of $1.37 billion for the most recent quarter and narrowed its losses. The Swedish company, which began trading in an unorthodox initial public offering a month ago, reported first-quarter revenue of 1.139 billion euros ($1.36 billion), up 26 per cent from a year earlier, or 37 per cent excluding currency ... Consulte Mais Informação

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