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Lisbon shared personal data of protesters to foreign embassies targeted by the protests. It received a fine for violating EU general data protection regulation, accounting for 0.1% of the city's annual budget.
A United States Court sentenced the FARC to compensate the son of Íngrid Betancourt for the emotional distress caused by the kidnapping.
As Ghana launched a plan to better identify phone users to combat fraud, registering the SIM card to keep using a phone may take hours.
Thailand is planning to collect a tax from international tourists of US$9 per person.
Nigeria lifted a ban on Twitter that lasted 224 days because the company removed a tweet from the president.
Argentina suffers from a heat wave increasing energy demand that resulted in power outage in Buenos Aires.
Oldest proof of Homo Sapiens in Eastern Africa is older than thought. Fossils are older than a volcanic eruption 233,000 years ago.
Chile has approved a reform on Water Code initiated a decade ago. Water is considered as a national asset for public use but all the country's water management issues won't be solved.
A commission in Portugal will study sexual abuses in the Catholic Church from 1950 until now.