OnlyFans reverses its controversial porn ban
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Turkey’s military has begun withdrawing its troops from Kabul airport while the country’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country can’t handle more migrants, and global regulators are imposing heavy fines on financial institutions for failing to stop anti-money laundering. Plus, the FT’s consumer industries reporter, Patricia Nilsson, explains OnlyFans’ ban on sexually explicit content, and its sudden reversal.
Turkey begins evacuation of troops from Kabul airport
Erdogan rules out Turkish role as EU ‘warehouse’ for Afghan refugees
Anti-money laundering fines surge as watchdogs impose tougher penalties
OnlyFans reverses controversial porn ban, with consumer industries reporter Patricia Nilsson
German election wide open as Merkel successor loses poll lead
Germany poll tracker: the race to succeed Angela Merkel
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