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Brexit or not, Britain must stay on the EU’s security team

By Matthieu Borsboom

Make no mistake: Brexit will damage our security. It will weaken the UK more, but it will weaken the EU too, writes Matthieu Borsboom.

Energy sector relieved after Germany appoints new state secretary

By Claire Stam

Germany's economy and energy minister Peter Altmaier appointed on 9 January municipal utility manager Andreas Feicht as the new state secretary for energy, putting an end to an embarrassing, nearly year-long void. Four key stakeholders have welcomed the appointment in comments made to EURACTIV.

Emiliano Sala, Cardiff City Player, Is Said to Be on Missing Plane

By ILIANA MAGRA

A soccer player who recently moved to the English Premier League club was thought to be aboard a flight that disappeared over the English Channel on Monday.

Premier League reiterates beIN support

By Julian Clover

The Premier League says new evidence put forward by beIN Media Group demonstrates that its content is being illegally broadcast across the Middle East by the pirate beoutQ.

In a statement, the sports organisation said its model is predicated on the ability to market, sell and protect commercial rights.

“The broadcasters and licensees who acquire these rights legitimately, like beIN Media Group, make our competition available to fans across the world, and their investment underpins our ability to support Premier League clubs in continuously working to make the competition as compelling as possible.”

Last week, BEIN Sports published a new website that it claims “exposes the industrial scale theft of world sports and entertainment” carried out by beoutQ.

Already the League has appointed legal counsel in Saudi Arabia to begin the process of bringing an action against those involved in the piracy.

It says it will continue to work with beIN Media Group to bring the “highly organised and sophisticated illegal broadcast piracy” to an end.

Premier League reiterates beIN support

By Julian Clover

The Premier League says new evidence put forward by beIN Media Group demonstrates that its content is being illegally broadcast across the Middle East by the pirate beoutQ.

In a statement, the sports organisation said its model is predicated on the ability to market, sell and protect commercial rights.

“The broadcasters and licensees who acquire these rights legitimately, like beIN Media Group, make our competition available to fans across the world, and their investment underpins our ability to support Premier League clubs in continuously working to make the competition as compelling as possible.”

Last week, BEIN Sports published a new website that it claims “exposes the industrial scale theft of world sports and entertainment” carried out by beoutQ.

Already the League has appointed legal counsel in Saudi Arabia to begin the process of bringing an action against those involved in the piracy.

It says it will continue to work with beIN Media Group to bring the “highly organised and sophisticated illegal broadcast piracy” to an end.

For Democrats, South Carolina Already Looms Large for the 2020 Race

By JONATHAN MARTIN and ASTEAD W. HERNDON

In an increasingly diverse Democratic Party, South Carolina will be the first presidential primary in which a majority of voters will be African-American.

How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

By ADAM SATARIANO and RAYMOND ZHONG

As the Chinese telecommunications giant faces scrutiny over its security, its careful cultivation of European governments and customers is at risk of unraveling.

Philippine Law Would Make 9-Year-Olds Criminally Liable

By JASON GUTIERREZ

President Rodrigo Duterte has sought the change as a way to deter drug gangs from using children. Rights advocates called it a “stark mockery” of child development.

Critic’s Notebook: The Marvelous Ms. Elaine May

By MANOHLA DARGIS

A program at Film Forum showcases her brilliance as a director in movies like “A New Leaf” and, yes, “Ishtar.”

Surfacing: In Britain, Enraptured by the Wild, Lonely and Remote

By STEPHEN HILTNER

Rustic shelters called bothies — more than 100 of which are scattered throughout England, Wales and Scotland — are an indispensable, if little-known, element of British hill culture.

The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes?

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Prince Philip, 97, was involved in a car accident outside London. For families everywhere, the incident raises all-too-familiar questions.

Michael Knowles: Covington kids can teach a lot to 'adults' in media, politics who condemned before facts

By Michael Knowles

The defamers framed the narrative: These teenage boys, many of whom wore hats that read, “Make America Great Again,” had surrounded the peaceful Native American elder Nathan Phillips to taunt and threaten and smirk at him.

Chris Brown, two others detained in Paris over rape complaint, officials say

By Ryan Gaydos

Hip-hop star Chris Brown and two other people were in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint, two police officials said Tuesday.

Chris Brown, two others detained in Paris over rape complaint, officials say

By Ryan Gaydos

Hip-hop star Chris Brown and two other people were in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint, two police officials said Tuesday.

How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

By ADAM SATARIANO and RAYMOND ZHONG

As the Chinese telecommunications giant faces scrutiny over its security, its careful cultivation of European governments and customers is at risk of unraveling.

DealBook: Chilling Davos: A Bleak Warning on Global Division and Debt

By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

An influential financier says investors should pay heed to growing risks and social tensions — a message resonating at the World Economic Forum.

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