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- Man Admits Involvement In Nemtsov’s Murder (Sky News)
- French court rules it can hear cases brought against Facebook (The Guardian)
- A man was detained at the Canadian border for refusing to give up his phone password (The Verge)
- Treasury sells further 1% of Lloyds Bank holding (The FT)
- Raif Badawi: Saudi Arabia ‘surprised and dismayed’ at criticism of flogging of liberal blogger (The Independent)
- Three Missing British Schoolgirls ‘In Al Raqqa’ (Sky News)
- White House urges supreme court to end state bans on same-sex marriage (The Guardian)
- British internet troll who posted bad review about American lawyer on Google faces £100,000 libel bill after his target successfully sued him (Daily Mail)
- Labour plan to make TV debates compulsory in law roundly mocked (The Telegraph)
- Wachtell, Wilson Sonsini advise as Abbvie acquires Pharmacyclics for $21bn (LegalWeek)
- Holder and Obama mark Selma events with call for voting rights protections (The Guardian)
- Bin man in wealthy American suburb jailed – for starting work too early (The Independent)
- Abbott: Australia ‘sick of being lectured’ on migration (BBC News)
- Roma people win court battle over Italian legal text linking gypsies to crime (The Guardian)