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Ségolène Royal and Wikipedia duped by tale of anti-slavery activist

Léon-Robert de L’Astran, an 18th-century shipowner, was praised for his noble refusal to participate in the slave trade. Sadly, however, it seems that he existed only as an internet hoax — duping Wikipedia, the online encyclopaedia, for three years, along with Ségolène Royal and others.

The Independent (U.K.) 

Russia's Sberbank launches legal challenge against EU over Ukraine sanctions

Sberbank, Russia's largest lender, is taking the European Union to court in an attempt to loosen Western sanctions imposed over the Ukraine crisis.

News | This is Money 

Britain close to leaving the EU warns David Cameron as he refuses £1.7bn bill

Prime Minister David Cameron (pictured top) was today warned by Tory MPs he must reject the 'illegal' demand for extra cash, which represents almost a fifth of Britain's net contribution last year.

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