British Prime Minister Theresa May called on global leaders at the G7 conference in Sicily to force internet and social media companies stop the spread of terrorist content available online. "Make no.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
(EurActiv) — US President Donald Trump, fresh from scolding Europe over military spending, slammed “bad” behaviour in trade by Germany as acrimony dogged the start of annual G7 summit talks on.. Eurasia Review
As Trump arrived in this otherwise tranquil town on the Sicilian coast for the G7 summit, the end of his first foreign trip has only reignited questions about his willingness to confront Russian.. Source: Wochit News -
‘‘Robust’‘ and ‘‘challenging’‘ were the words being banded about as President Donald Trump attended his first G7 summit in Sicily on Friday. Kicking off with a group photo in the.. Source: Euronews English -
British Prime Minister Theresa May said May 26 that President Trump had "made clear" to her he felt leaks about the Manchester attack were "completely unacceptable." Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -
Global technology firms must do more to remove harmful and violent content from the internet, British Prime Minister Theresa May said after a meeting of the G7 group of world leaders held days after.. DNA Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters
British Prime Minister Theresa May won support from the world's major industrialised nations on Friday for measures to tackle terrorism such as pushing technology companies on internet controls and for.. DNA
The warmest day of the year today broke the UK’s record for energy generated from solar panels.
Solar panels owned by the National Grid generated 8.73 gigawatts of energy at their peak today,.. City A.M.