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Neither of the former lovers are expected to be in the court in Florence, but if found guilty again, another appeal is bound to follow

Capitol Hill lockdown: Police shoot and kill female driver who refused to stop close to White House

Young child that was a passenger in the car uninjured, say officials

Bangladesh MP Salauddin Quader Chowdhury sentenced to death over war crimes

64-year-old defendant found guilty of torture, rape and genocide during the country’s struggle for independence

Raffaele Sollecito's defence lawyer, Giulia Bongiorno

Meredith Kercher murder retrial: Amanda Knox is guilty, says the man she falsely accused

But the American accused of killing a UK student has no intention of leaving the safety of the US to return to Italy

‘A heaven for clinical trials, a hell for India’: Court orders government to regulate drugs testing by international pharmaceutical companies

Court orders government to regulate medical testing amid fears over industry’s safety

The Kercher family said that Meredith’s grave was now her place to be in peace and ‘we hope that is respected by all’

Meredith Kercher's family ask Amanda Knox to stay away from grave on eve of retrial

Neither is expected to be present when the case returns to the appeals court in Florence on Monday, but nor is the 'nightmare' over for Ms Knox

Babcock takes nuclear option for new name

Engineer Babcock International is renaming its £270m-turnover civil nuclear division after Henry Cavendish, the 18th-century physicist who discovered hydrogen (right), having been banned from using its own name.

Tourism, the Maldives’ lifeblood, threatens to shut down over election

Result of the first round was overturned by the country’s Supreme Court after it was challenged by third-placed candidate

Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Class action: Harvard takes on Havard (Milton Keynes) over rights to name

One is a world-renowned American university. The other is a technical college in a Buckinghamshire town known for having lots of roundabouts.

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Another €60,000 (£50,435) has been discovered stashed in the former home of one-time IRA hunger striker-turned-property tycoon.

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Victory gives party platform to campaign for autonomous  federal state

Silvio Berlusconi vows to remain active in politics as opponents vote down last-ditch attempt to save his senate seat

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Bangladesh braced for clashes as Islamist leader Abdul Kader Mullah is sentenced to death

Violent scenes expected after court overturns life term for war criminal and orders his hanging

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Protestors' campaign against Cuadrilla oil mining has lasted seven weeks, but they are now having to contest an eviction order

Italy’s disgraced former premier Silvio Berlusconi is appealing to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in the hope of beating his recent tax fraud conviction

Berlusconi will fight tax fraud conviction at European Court of Human Rights

Italy’s disgraced former premier Silvio Berlusconi is appealing to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in the hope of beating his recent tax fraud conviction, it has emerged.

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More than 160 arrested at EDL Tower Hamlets march

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