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Nato suggests 'weapons systems failure' in Tripoli raid

Nato has admitted "a weapons systems failure" may have led to civilian casualties in Sunday morning's air strike in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. 


Internet freedom 'is a matter for UN'

Council of Europe's head of human rights says privacy and free speech are global issues and the UN should look at them.


Juror 'contacted defendant on Facebook'

Juror allegedly contacted a defendant online during a multi million-pound drugs trial.


Legal aid cuts a 'false economy'

Sweeping reforms will restrict access to justice and hit vulnerable hardest, warn law charities.


ILC Adopts Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations

ITN's Ravi Naik comments of the International Law Commissions adoption of Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations.


Human rights warning over school discipline plans

Wide-ranging new powers for teachers to search pupils and delete photos from their phones may fall foul of human rights laws.


Ahava 4 vow to fight on

ITN's Simon Natas acted for four activists who blockaded a Covent Garden shop which trades in cosmetics produced on an illegal Israeli settlement in the West Bank. 


Torture inquiry will cover rendition, vows QC

Press reports that the government's forthcoming torture inquiry will not investigate rendition are "simply wrong", the inquiry's senior lawyer said on Wednesday. 


Independent inquiry ordered over CPS claims

CPS stands accused of misleading courts over the collapse of a trial against six environmental activists. 


Legal-aid cuts of £350m will bring chaos to courts, judges fear

Litigants, some with mental health problems, will be forced to represent themselves in emotional divorce and childcare cases

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