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Morning Headlines 4/2/2015

Morning Headlines 4/2/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. MPs vote in favour of ‘three-person embryo’ law (The Guardian)
  2. Strasbourg upholds right of British courts to impose whole-life terms (Law Society Gazette)
  3. Jordan executes convicted jihadists after pilot’s death (BBC News)
  4. GSK Injects Pace Into Blockbuster HIV Float (Sky News)
  5. Sports Direct faces multimillion-pound claim from zero-hours contract workers (The Guardian)
  6. California becomes first state to convict someone for operating a revenge porn website (The Verge)
  7. US regulator prepares fraud case against BP (The FT)
  8. Cameron’s children: New Tory MPs will almost all be lawyers or business people (The Independent)
  9. British court to rule on death sentences for two Trinidad murderers (The Guardian)
  10. Gunman Hunted Over Shooting On London Street (Sky News)
  11. Dead Argentine prosecutor Nisman ‘planned president’s arrest’ (BBC News)
  12. UN court says Serbia and Croatia did not commit genocide during Balkan wars (The Guardian)
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