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British MPs rebuke Facebook, Twitter, YouTube for becoming 'recruiting platforms for terrorism'

Aug 25, 2016

British MPs rebuke Facebook, Twitter, YouTube for becoming 'recruiting platforms for terrorism'

British MPs on Thursday rebuked global social media giants for failing to act against extremist material and allowing their sites to become "recruiting platforms for terrorism". #facebook #Google #Terrorism #Twitter #NewsTracker #YouTube #Britain #Keith Vaz #social media giants #social media crackdown
Rio Olympics 2016 final medal tally: Dominant USA on top, Great Britain pips China for second

Aug 22, 2016

Rio Olympics 2016 final medal tally: Dominant USA on top, Great Britain pips China for second

At the end of the Rio Olympics, USA remained firmly at the top of the medal tally – with 121 medals. Great Britain on 67 medals beat China on 70 for second. #India #China #football #basketball #Olympics #Britain #USA #Medal tally #Olympics 2016 #Rio Olympics 2016 #Ready Set Rio #medal count #medal table
Rio Olympics 2016 medal tally: USA, Britain continue to top table with a day left in Games

Aug 21, 2016

Rio Olympics 2016 medal tally: USA, Britain continue to top table with a day left in Games

United States remained firmly at the top of the medal tally, with 116 medals. Great Britain on 66 medals managed to keep second spot from China on 70 medals #India #China #football #basketball #Olympics #Britain #USA #Neymar #Medal tally #Mo Farah #Olympics 2016 #Rio Olympics 2016 #medal count #medal table
Watch: Mo Farah takes a nasty fall, but still takes gold in 10,000m at Rio Olympics 2016

Aug 14, 2016

Watch: Mo Farah takes a nasty fall, but still takes gold in 10,000m at Rio Olympics 2016

Tripped or not, it seems nothing can stop Mo Farah over 10,000 metres in a major championship. Not even his training partner clipping his heel in the Olympic final. #Britain #Kenya #Mo Farah #Rio 2016 #Olympics 2016 #Rio Olympics 2016 #Paul Tanui #Mobot #Galen Rupp
End of 300 years of journalism: Last reporters bid farewell to London's Fleet Street

Aug 06, 2016

End of 300 years of journalism: Last reporters bid farewell to London's Fleet Street

The last two reporters working on Fleet Street filed their final stories on Friday, ending more than 300 years of journalism on the London thoroughfare synonymous with Britain's newspaper industry. #London #NewsTracker #journalist #Britain #fleet street
From 'liar' to 'dear Boris': Johnson eases his way through official visit to France

Jul 28, 2016

From 'liar' to 'dear Boris': Johnson eases his way through official visit to France

Johnson's surprise appointment after being pilloried for his campaign for Britain to leave the EU shocked many in France. #France #NewsTracker #EU #Britain #UK #Boris Johnson #Brexit
PM Narendra Modi discusses 'stronger and closer' bilateral ties with Theresa May

Jul 27, 2016

PM Narendra Modi discusses 'stronger and closer' bilateral ties with Theresa May

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May congratulating her on her assumption of office and discussed with her "stronger and closer" bilateral ties, including in trade and defence. #London #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #European Union #David Cameron #Britain #United Kingdom #Referendum #Theresa May #MEA spokesperson
British pupils punished for wearing shorts to school, don skirts instead

Jul 24, 2016

British pupils punished for wearing shorts to school, don skirts instead

In an bizarre incident, a group of teenage boys in Britain went to school wearing skirts to protest a uniform policy after they were reprimanded for donning shorts on a sweltering hot day #NewsTracker #Britain #uniform #Shareworthy #Longhill High School