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Russian regulators have found Apple guilty of fixing the price

Russian regulators have found Apple guilty of fixing the price of iPhones sold in the country for years. ... Full story

Monday 9 January 13:00 Travel Update 70 per cent of Tube stations open

Monday 9 January: 13:00 Travel Update - TfL confirms nearly 70 per cent of Tube stations open ... Full story

UK Military awarded £30m contract to produce a prototype laser weapon

The Laws laser weapon was deployed for tests aboard a US Navy ship in 2014. The UK Ministry of Defence has officially awarded a £30m contract to produce a prototype laser weapon.The contract was picked up by a consortium of European defence firms. ... Full story

THE JOURNALISTS WORKING TO BROADCAST HALEP’S VOICE TO THE WORLD

Directorate General of Press and Information has been at the region from the first moment the evacuation of civilians from Aleppo began... ... Full story

Hackney Islington and Waltham Forest residents are asked to give their views

Local residents in Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest are being asked to give their views on proposed changes to London’s police and fire services. ... Full story

Samsung has been tending to its own financial wounds

Samsung Electronics conceded Friday that its decision this week to abandon the flawed Galaxy Note 7 smartphone will continue to drag on the company's operating profit well into next year. ... Full story

World's 5th oldest yew tree discovered

Found in the Black Sea region, the ancient tree is the only living relic of Anatolia's Bronze Age. The world's fifth-oldest yew tree has been discovered in Turkey's Black Sea region. Ercan Oktan, a forestry expert from Karadeniz Technical University, ... Full story

Apple unveils new operating systems at annual conference

Apple unveils new operating systems at annual conference. Company also announces new app to teach children how to code. Apple unveiled several new operating systems, including iOS 10 ... Full story

The World Humanitarian Summit global humanitarian aid action

A European Parliament delegation composed of members from the committee on development (DEVE) and the sub-committee on human rights (DROI) attended the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit that took place on 23 and 24 May in Istanbul. The delegation included the participation of the EP’s standing rapporteur, S&D MEP Enrique Guerrero Salom, who chaired the delegation, and the chair of the human rights sub-committee, S&D MEP Elena Valenciano. ... Full story

CDO Turkey is to increase corporate management’s awareness on digitalisation

CDO Turkey is lead by it’s Executive Board and has over 100 active members. It's digital platform: cdoturkey.com, which offers useful content on the developments in the digital world, is frequently visited by top-level managers in Turkey.Chief Digital Officer CDO Turkey ... Full story

BBC hit by cyberattack

UK broadcaster’s website suffers disruption following 'denial of service' slowdown ... Full story

Turkey, Israel holding talks to normalise relations after Mavi Marmara

Turkey, Israel holding talks to normalise relations. Turkish diplomatic sources say parties working to conclude negotiations as soon as possible ... Full story

KAYAK.co.uk goes Underground in a sponsorship deal with TfL

KAYAK.co.uk goes Underground in a sponsorship deal with TfL to deliver free NYE travel for revellers.Partnership will generate revenue for TfL to reinvest in the transport network ... Full story

To tackle terrorism Europol must become a European FBI

Following a meeting this morning with the Executive Director of Europol, Rob Wainwright, in The Hague, the President of the Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament, Gianni Pittella, urged the Member States to put aside their national differences and take fundamental steps to turn Europol into a real European FBI. ... Full story

London Underground reveals blueprint for station designs of the future

London Underground has launched a revolutionary new design vision, which gives Londoners an insight into the future look and feel of Tube stations. The London Underground Station Design Idiom has been developed with Studio Egret West, to ensure future station designs build upon the network’s heritage and provides customers with welcoming, comfortable and straightforward journeys. ... Full story

Government cuts to adult skills budgets are undermining the excellent work

Joan Ryan MP, Labour’s Member of Parliament for Enfield North, has urged the Government to provide financial sustainability for Further Education Colleges in Enfield, following unprecedented cuts to their adult skills budgets. ... Full story

Pegasus sales revenue rose by 14% to 2.7 billion TL

Pegasus has achieved 2.7 billion TL in sales revenue during the first nine months of 2015 together with an EBITDAR (earnings before tax, interest, amortization and rent costs) which has risen to 636.6 million TL. Pegasus has also recorded 1.4-fold growth in the number of guests it carried between January and September compared to the rest of the Turkish aviation sector. ... Full story

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