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Morning Headlines 3/12/2014

Morning Headlines 3/12/2014

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  1. US to appeal judge’s ruling on Guantánamo Bay force-feeding videos (The Guardian)
  2. Hong Kong’s Occupy Central founders surrender to police (BBC News)
  3. Bill Cosby Sued Over Playboy Mansion ‘Sex Act’ (Sky News)
  4. Egyptian court sentences almost 200 people to death just days after former president Mubarak is cleared on legal technicality (The Independent)
  5. Couple launch legal challenge against ban on heterosexual civil partnerships (The Guardian)
  6. Freshfields and Travers Smith grab a slice of the action on private equity sale of Zizzi and ASK (Legal Week)
  7. Police asking: Did Michael Brown’s stepfather intend to spark riots? (CNN)
  8. Costa Concordia Captain Bullish At Trial (Sky News)
  9. Judge blasts National Crime Agency after blunders cause case to collapse (The Telegraph)
  10. Bangladesh court convicts British journalist for doubting war death toll (The Guardian)
  11. New York Law Firms Bring Back Hefty Bonuses for Associates (NYT DealBook)
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