Morning Headlines 18/3/2015

Morning Headlines 18/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Budget 2015: George Osborne to unveil pre-election package (BBC News)
  2. Eleanor de Freitas inquest: Family’s anger at suicide verdict for woman who killed herself before trial for ‘false rape claim’ (The Independent)
  3. French parliament votes through ‘deep sleep’ law for terminally ill (The Guardian)
  4. California grants posthumous law license to Chinese immigrant who was denied one in 1890 (Shangahiist)
  5. Crowdfunders seek revisions to FCA rules (The FT)
  6. ECB’s Celebration of Its New $1.4 Billion Tower Is Spoiled by Protesters (Bloomberg)
  7. New documents show the British legal process for hacking civilian targets (The Verge)
  8. Jailed: London law student who advertised for jihadi husband and wrote to Abu Hamza (Evening Standard)
  9. Pakistan to hang man ‘brutally tortured into false confession’ when he was 14 years old (The Independent)
  10. US tycoon Robert Durst ‘had revolver and marijuana’ (BBC News)
  11. Landmark gay rights case will challenge homophobic laws in Trinidad & Tobago and Belize (The Independent)
  12. Jeremy Clarkson ‘calls in lawyers after top BBC boss compared him to Jimmy Savile’ (The Express)
  13. Call for special tribunal to investigate war crimes and mass atrocities in Syria (The Guardian)
  14. The online dating site sued for targeting married people (BBC News)
  15. Serbian prosecutors arrest suspects in 1995 Srebrenica massacre (Fox News)
  16. Greek bailout crisis: We should pay reparations for Nazi war crimes, say top German politicians (The Independent)
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