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PM May wants tech firms' help to access messages, but up to them how - spokesman

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LONDON British Prime Minister Theresa May wants technology firms to help law enforcement agencies gain access to messages sent using their platforms if needed, but how they do that is up to the companies themselves, her spokesman said on Monday.

Putin critic Navalny jailed after protests across Russia

MOSCOW Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was handed a 15-day jail sentence on Monday for his part in a big anti-government protest in Moscow which buoyed the liberal opposition's morale a year before a presidential election. | Video

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U.S. tourist killed in London would not have borne ill feelings towards attacker - family

LONDON The family of U.S. tourist Kurt Cochran who was killed in last week's assault on the British parliament said on Monday he would not have borne any ill feelings towards the attacker.

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France's Le Pen says lacks election funds, has no Russian backing

PARIS French far right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said on Monday she had yet to secure all the funding she needs for her election campaign with less than four weeks to go before voting begins.

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Gold coin worth $4 million stolen from Berlin museum

BERLIN A Canadian gold coin named "Big Maple Leaf" which bears the image of Queen Elizabeth II was stolen in the early hours of Monday morning from Berlin's Bode Museum.

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BT fined record 42 million pound for business-line installation errors

LONDON Britain's BT has been fined a record 42 million pounds by the regulator for failing to install high-speed lines for businesses fast enough, in an error that is likely to cost the company around 300 million pounds in compensation.

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Bank of England to check banks ready for range of Brexit outcomes

LONDON Britain-based banks should take steps to ensure they do not have to curb lending suddenly if the country leaves the European Union in a disorderly way, the Bank of England said on Monday as Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to start Brexit talks.

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U.S. Senate panel to question Trump son-in-law on Russia

WASHINGTON The Senate Intelligence Committee is seeking to interview President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as part of its investigation into ties between Trump associates and Russian officials.

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Britain to decide Northern Ireland's fate after talks fail

BELFAST The British government was due to decide on Monday whether to take back direct rule of Northern Ireland for the first time in a decade or call a new election after the collapse of power-sharing between Irish nationalists and British unionists.

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FTSE hits one-month low as miners, Babcock slide

LONDON Britain's top share index hit a one-month low after the failure of U.S. President Donald Trump to push his healthcare reforms through Congress hit mining shares and Babcock fell after exiting a contract.

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