Advertise

Morning Briefing 17/6/2014

Morning Briefing 17/6/2014
  1. Secret trial of terror suspects delayed until October (via The Guardian)
  2. U.S. Supreme Court will decide when Facebook threats become criminal threats (via The Verge)
  3. Apple settles class action lawsuit on ebook price-fixing (via The FT – requires free registration)
  4. Cleary and Wachtell lead as Medtronic buys Covidien for $43bn (via The Lawyer)
  5. Argentina president defies US court order on repayment of debts (via Fox News)
  6. China executes 13 convicted of terrorism (via CNN)
  7. ‘Cover-up’ over missing MH370 could have been prompted by ‘dangerous cargo’ (via The Telegraph)
  8. Court denies access to Fisa surveillance documents in Adel Daoud terror case (via The Guardian)
  9. Iraq crisis: The footage that shows Isis militants taunting and killing Shia forces (via The Independent)
  10. Newcastle University student charged after bomb scare (via BBC News)
  11. Richard III legal challenge lands taxpayer with £175,000 legal bill (via The Telegraph)
  12. Stakeknife: Secrecy bid in Freddie Scappaticci court case to be resisted (via BBC News)
  13. SNP publishes draft of first constitution for an independent Scotland (via The Guardian)
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...
Exclusive email insights, members-only careers events, insider tips and more.