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The Washington Post said the intelligence official found the comment "so troubling" they went to the department's inspector general. In a tweet, Mr Trump dismissed the claims as "fake news". Democrats are trying to get the complaint turned over to Congress, with the details still unknown. It is not yet known who made the complaint, which foreign leader Mr Trump was speaking to, what promise - if any - was made and whether Mr Trump took any action as a result. However, US media reports say it had something to do with Ukraine, according to officials with knowledge of the matter - although it is unclear to what extent or in what way. Removals Ruislip. Instagram clamps down on diet and cosmetic surgery posts.
Image copyright PA Media Instagram has announced stricter measures on posts related to weight loss products and cosmetic surgery.
Some posts will be hidden from under 18s while others promoting "miraculous" weight loss products will be removed. There have been increasing concerns over the impact promoting diet products can have on young people. Actor and body positivity activist Jameela Jamil said the move was a "huge win" in the fight against the diet and detox industry. What are the changes? Unrealistic "get thin quick" promotions will be taken down and young people will be restricted from viewing some posts related to dieting and cosmetic surgery if they have an incentive to buy. Celebrity ads for diet aids should be banned, says top doctor The changes will also apply to Facebook, which owns Instagram.
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Google swallows DeepMind Health. Image copyright DeepMind Last November the pioneering London AI firm DeepMind announced that its health division was being transferred to its parent company Google.
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Iran denies involvement in Saturday's air attacks, which were claimed by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels in Yemen. But unnamed US officials speaking to US and international media say the direction and extent of the attacks cast doubt on Houthi involvement. The incident has cut global oil supplies by 5% and prices have soared. What is the US saying? Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran at the weekend, without providing any evidence, prompting Tehran to accuse Washington of deceit. Tweeting on Sunday, President Donald Trump stopped short of directly accusing Iran, but suggested possible military action once the perpetrator was known. Image Copyright @realDonaldTrump @realDonaldTrump Unnamed US officials have been speaking to the New York Times, ABC and Reuters.
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A predictable war of words has followed the dramatic attack on Saudi Arabia's most important oil installations. The strikes have shown the remarkable vulnerability of oil facilities of central importance to the global economy. The Saudis - whose air campaign in Yemen is backed by the Americans and whose warplanes are only kept in the sky by a variety of western contractors - have been conducting a long-running air campaign against the Houthi rebels. But their opponents have now demonstrated the ability to deliver a strategic riposte of their own. The whole episode has inevitably revived the debate about the extent to which Iran is providing technology and assistance to the Houthis.
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