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How One Group Is Monitoring Cyber Trolls Potentially Tied To The Kremlin

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Ex-CIA Official: Attempts To Leverage Trump Campaign Are Textbook Russian Recruitment

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Catalonia's deposed leader, Carles Puigdemont (center), speaks at a news conference in Brussels on Tuesday with other members of his dismissed government. Aurore Belot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Anas Modamani speaks to the media Feb. 6 in Wuerzburg, Germany, after a court session about his lawsuit against Facebook. Modamani's suit, regarding the misuse of a selfie he took of himself with German Chancellor Angela Merkel was rejected, but his lawyer Lawyer Chan-Jo Jun, right, says that under a new law a lawsuit might not even have been necessary. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images hide caption

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With Huge Fines, German Law Pushes Social Networks To Delete Abusive Posts

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Facing Charges Of Rebellion And Sedition, Catalonia's Ousted Leader Flees Spain

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Italy Takes Aim At Fake News With New Curriculum For High School Students

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort (right), leaves U.S. District Court after pleading not guilty to federal charges, including "conspiracy against the United States," on Monday in Washington, D.C. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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2016 Under Scrutiny: A Timeline Of Russia Connections

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Some people unfold a Spanish flag as another man waves a Catalan pro-independence flag in front of the Catalan government headquarters in Barcelona on Monday. Spain enters uncharted and potentially perilous territory today as Madrid moves to take over the running of Catalonia, in response to the region's parliament unilaterally declaring independence. Lluis Gene /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A nationalist activist waves a Spanish flag in front of a giant Catalan flag during a mass rally against Catalonia's declaration of independence, in Barcelona on Sunday. Gonzalo Arroyo/AP hide caption

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Catalans Resist Peacefully After Spain Dissolves Region's Autonomous Government

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