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Morning Headlines 15/4/2015

Morning Headlines 15/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. Apologies that there were no headlines yesterday, we had some technical issues. Anyone who was unable to sign up to the forum yesterday, these issues have now been resolved.

  1. UK opposes international ban on developing ‘killer robots’ (The Guardian)
  2. Greens would reverse legal aid cuts (Law Society Gazette)
  3. Hologram protesters march in Spain against controversial ‘security’ law (The Verge)
  4. Graphic dashcam footage shows Arizona police car ramming into suspect to detain him (The Independent)
  5. Mugger Who Attacked 92-Year-Old For £5 Jailed (Sky News)
  6. Oklahoma officer charged over black man’s death after mistaking gun for taser (BBC News)
  7. Google’s Told It Faces Charges as EU Nears Decision (Bloomberg)
  8. Nokia confirms Alcatel-Lucent acquisition (The FT)
  9. Nina Ricci heiress jailed for hiding millions from French tax authorities with Swiss HSBC (The Independent)
  10. Obama to remove Cuba from state sponsor of terror list (Fox News)
  11. Old Bailey jury begs judge to let them go home early in heatwave …and he says yes (The Express)
  12. Housing associations say they’ll sue if the Tories force them to sell off homes under right-to-buy (The Independent)
  13. Japan court bars restart of Takahama nuclear reactors (BBC News)
  14. Jodi Arias Sentenced To Life Without Parole (Sky News)
  15. Dutch government facing legal action over failure to reduce carbon emissions (The Guardian)
  16. Woman who squirted breast milk at officer could face 18 months in jail for police attack (Express)
  17. Compensation bid backfires: Man injured burgling school lands family with £150k legal bill (The Express)
  18. US Blackwater guards jailed for Iraq deaths (BBC News)
  19. Justice for Liz: Rapists jailed for 15 years following protests over grass-cutting punishment (The Independent)
  20. Century-old law cited in request to ban 136 porn sites from Republic of Tatarstan (The Guardian)
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