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Oz watchdog wants a regulator for Google, FB
The report sparked questions about the range and reliability of news available via Google and Facebook . However, they were not subject to the same level of official scrutiny as traditional media companies.

Surprise, surprise! Meghan Markle was the most Googled person in 2018
We also searched for how to be a good citizen, how to be a good friend, and how to be a good dancer. Recently-deceased public figures take up more than half of the list of top-searched terms.

European Union foreign ministers hope British parliament approves Brexit deal
But, speaking in Dublin, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the current deal "is the only agreement on the table". May said on Monday she was delaying the planned vote as her deal would likely be rejected "by a significant margin".

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