Morning Headlines 13/3/2015

Morning Headlines 13/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Iceland drops EU membership bid (BBC News)
  2. German anger over Greek demand for war reparations (The Guardian)
  3. Oscar Pistorius: Athlete could still face murder charges after appeal over ruling allowing prosecutors to upgrade conviction is struck out (The Independent)
  4. Swedish Prosecutors Offer To Quiz Assange In UK (Sky News)
  5. Ferguson police shootings condemned by Barack Obama (BBC News)
  6. Commerzbank makes $1.45bn settlement with US (The FT)
  7. Slaughters and Freshfields advise on ITV acquisition of Talpa Media with €1.1bn price ceiling (The Lawyer)
  8. Future City Lawyer: Why are young people scared of disclosing their disability to employers? (BBC News)
  9. Nigel Farage says his discrimination law remarks were wilfully misinterpreted (The Guardian)
  10. FBI’s Ten Most Wanted: See the fugitives still at large as agency celebrates 65 years of posting bounties (The Independent)
  11. Max Clifford Arrested By Yewtree Police (Sky News)
  12. Fred Talbot: TV weatherman to be sentenced for abuse (BBC News)
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