Morning Headlines 17/2/2015

Morning Headlines 17/2/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. New York City goes 12 days without a homicide — a modern record (CNN)
  2. Greece Facing ‘Disaster’ As Talks Break Down (Sky News)
  3. Family court judges given power to order DNA tests (BBC News)
  4. Music dominates copyright disputes (Law Society Gazette)
  5. FBI investigating if KKK suspects in horrific 1946 Georgia mass lynching are still alive (The Independent)
  6. National Crime Agency ‘must seize more from criminals’ (BBC News)
  7. Lance Armstrong must pay record $10m damages after losing case brought by promotions company
  8. Legal challenge over London garden bridge plans (The Guardian)
  9. Plaintiffs in Strauss-Kahn case drop damages claim (BBC News)
  10. Terror prisoners take segregation battle to supreme court (The Guardian)
  11. Lawyer ‘sacked after objecting to boss showing off his wife’s nude portrait’ (Mail Online)
  12. Bath truck crash: Manslaughter suspects arrested (BBC News)
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