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Morning Headlines 19/1/2015

Morning Headlines 19/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. EU to challenge court ruling to remove Hamas from terror list (The Guardian)
  2. Iran bans newspaper for reporting George Clooney’s support of Charlie Hebdo (The Independent)
  3. Australian Foreign Minister: Indonesia executions ‘will not curb drugs problem’ (BBC News)
  4. UK police make second arrest over Xbox and PlayStation network attacks (The Verge)
  5. Criminal legal aid information ‘not perfect but sufficient’ – MoJ (Law Society Gazette)
  6. The law is lagging behind in the fight against terror (The Telegraph)
  7. Court changes proposed for victims and witnesses (BBC News)
  8. Legal aid cuts hit divided families as contact centres close down (The Observer)
  9. Lawyers and MPs round on ‘absurd’ JR reforms (Law Society Gazette)
  10. Korean Air executive ‘nut rage’ trial begins (BBC News)
  11. Georgia sets new execution date for ‘mentally disabled’ man (The Guardian)
  12. Saudi Muslim leader organising ‘legal action against Charlie Hebdo’ over Mohamed cartoons (The Independent)
  13. Boy sent bill and threatened with legal action for birthday no-show (BBC News)
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