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Al Jazeera says Snapchat's act a 'clear attack on the rights of journalists' as Snapchat blocks Qatar-based news network's channel in Saudi Arabia
Al Jazeera says Snapchat's act a 'clear attack on the rights of journalists' as Snapchat blocks Qatar-based news network's channel in Saudi Arabia

On Monday, Qatar-based news network Al Jazeera's Acting Director General Mostefa Souag said Snapchat's actions were "alarming and worrying" after the US-based messaging and media sharing platform blocked their channel from the discover publisher section in Saudi Arabia following request from the Saudi government. The block was introduced on Sunday, and the Saudi government accused Al Jazeera of content violating cyber crime laws of the kingdom.

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Uber London to lose operator licence after September
Uber London to lose operator licence after September

On Friday, Transport for London (TfL) announced US-based booking application Uber would not get a renewed private hire operator license after their current permit expires at the end of the month.

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Football: German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer sidelined until 2018 after leg injury
Football: German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer sidelined until 2018 after leg injury

On Tuesday, German football club Bayern Munich announced Manuel Neuer, their goalkeeper and captain, had surgery on his left foot and is expected to miss footballing action for the rest of the year. The club announced it via their website.

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