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More cities in the DRCongo get satellite-enabled high-speed connectivity.

Luxembourg Sep 15, 2017 SES Networks' longtime customer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo , Gilat Telecom, has expanded the satellite capacity under contract with SES Networks in the country, now topping more than 3.0 Gbps. Gilat has been providing Kinshasa, the capital and largest city in DRC, with expansive internet ...

- SpaceDaily.com - US

Mariya Gabriel has Sworn as an European Commissioner at the European Court of Justice.

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Maria Gabriel made a solemn oath at the EU Court in Luxembourg. This is the final procedure for affirming her as a member of the European Commission. Reports Sega.  The official ceremony was attended by the Bulgarian Member of the European Court of Auditors Iliyana ...

- Novinite - BG

Google plans to appeal €2.42bn EU antitrust fine.

Google will appeal the EU fine of €2.42 billion for abusing its dominant position in the market, reports have claimed. The US giant was fined earlier this year for abusing its monopoly in search engine and shopping comparison services. Google said it respected the EU Commission's ruling, but that it disagrees. A ...

- BetaNews.Com - US

Spain probes ICBC's European unit over money laundering.

Spain has launched an investigation into the European management of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in Luxembourg as part of a widening probe into the alleged laundering of hundreds of millions of euros through the Chinese banking giant's Madrid branch. A Reuters investigation in July revealed Spanish ...

- timesofmalta.com - MT

Spain looks into ICBC's European unit for alleged money laundering.

SPAIN has launched an investigation into the European management of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China in Luxembourg as part of a widening probe into the alleged laundering of hundreds of millions of euros through the Chinese banking giant’s Madrid branch. The Spanish High Court said on Monday that it had ...

- Shanghai Daily - CN

European Commission asks to fine Poland for logging in Białowieża.

The European Commission asked the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice to fine Poland for violating the ban on logging in the primeval Białowieża forest during a hearing on Monday.

- Warsaw Business Journal - PL

Google launches appeal against $2.87B EU fine.

Google Monday launched a legal challenge to a record 2.4 billion euro fine imposed by European anti-trust authorities for favoring its own shopping service, lodging an appeal at the EU court in Luxembourg.

- The Daily Star - LB

Google to challenge record fine in court.

GOOGLE yesterday launched a legal challenge to a record 2.4-billion-euro fine imposed by European antitrust authorities for favoring its own shopping service, lodging an appeal at the EU court in Luxembourg. The move sets up a court battle between Brussels and the Internet giant that could take years to resolve and make ...

- Shanghai Daily - CN

Google Sues to Block EU Antitrust Fine as Travel Probe Could Be on the Agenda.

Google took its fight over a record European Union antitrust fine to the EU courts, starting a legal challenge that could take years to conclude. The owner of the world's largest search engine said it filed its appeal on Monday at the EU's General Court, based in Luxembourg. The tribunal's press service said Google hadn't

- Skift - US

European Union Court Endorses Collective Action to Help Refugees.

Expand The entrance of the European Court of Justice is pictured in Luxembourg, January 26, 2017. Picture taken January 26, 2017. © 2017 Reuters Hold the champagne. It's more of a sparkling water moment. On September 6, the European Union's Court of Justice upheld the EU's 2015 emergency plan requiring all member countries ...

- Human Rights Watch - US

Killer robots debate shortened by unpaid bills.

A UN group on lethal autonomous weapons was cancelled because of a lack of cash. European late payers include Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Portugal, and Luxembourg.

- EU Observer - EU

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