The European Parliament rejected on Thursday a controversial data-sharing deal between the European Union and the U.S. designed to track international financing for terrorism.

Despite last-minute attempts by the parliament's conservative group to postpone the vote to give more time to negotiate a compromise, the parliament rejected the bill outright, saying the deal did not safeguard the data privacy of Europe's citizens.

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