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Source: Common Domain

Tucker Carlson Faces Advertising Boycott Over Immigration Comments

Today 09:55 GMT

Mr. Carlson compared the caravan’s effect on Tijuana to the consequences of illegal migration in the U.S., concluding the segment by saying that “unregulated” immigration made America “poorer and dirtier and more divided.”

“We cannot and will not allow voices like Tucker Carlson to be censored by agenda-driven intimidation efforts,” the statement said. Advertisers boycotting Mr. Carlson’s show have moved their ads to other shows on the network, and no revenue has been lost as a result of the boycott, according to a Fox News spokeswoman.

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Source: Reuters

Breakingviews - China’s three mobile carriers will become two

Today 07:00 GMT

Much of that is likely to be borne by the biggest of the three, the $200 billion China Mobile, usually called on to do the heaviest lifting for national service projects.

Few countries have a mobile market with just two carriers; it’s bad for competition and thus forces regulators to exert a heavier hand over pricing. Personnel reshuffles at the two firms earlier this year prompted speculation Beijing might be planning something along those lines.

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Source: DW

Opinion: Neo-Nazis in Germany's police — put out the fire

Today 09:54 GMT

It may just be the tip of the iceberg: a right-wing extremist murder threat, sent from a police fax machine in the western German city of Frankfurt.

Suspecting police officers in the country of harboring right-wing extremist sympathies isn't unprecedented, most notably in eastern Germany, and Saxony in particular. That said, Hesse's interior minister rightly opposes the fact that 14,000 police officers in the state are now under general suspicion.

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Source: Common Domain

T-Mobile Takeover of Sprint Clears U.S. National Security Panel

Tuesday 20:56 GMT

T-Mobile US Inc. TMUS -1.28% won approval from U.S. national-security officials for its planned takeover of Sprint Corp. S -2.51% , according to people familiar with the matter, bringing the two rivals a step closer to closing their roughly $26 billion combination.

Japanese telecom giant SoftBank Group Corp. 9984 0.52% owns most of Sprint, while Germany’s Deutsche Telekom AG DTEGY 1.15% is a majority shareholder of T-Mobile in the U.S.. Spokeswomen for Sprint and T-Mobile declined to comment.

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Source: DW

German state probes Frankfurt police extremist network: report

Monday 23:39 GMT

State criminal police (LKA) are investigating an alleged right-wing extremist network in the Frankfurt police force, respected German newspaper Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung reported Sunday.

She told FAZ she had repeatedly sought information on how the case was progressing, but only found out about the police network on Saturday. Basay-Yildiz criticized police after learning about the new developments in the media.


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte