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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

Boris Berezovsky’s legal battles may have cost him up to £100m

Oligarch Boris Berezovsky may have left debts of £309m, court hears

Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky may have left debts of more than £300m when he died in “tragic and mysterious” circumstances, the High Court heard today.

Journalist Dan Evans to face hacking charges

A journalist has been charged with offences linked to phone hacking after being on police bail for two years.

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The internet mogul is currently fighting attempts to extradite him to the US on copyright infringement, racketeering and money laundering charges

Murray invested in plans to turn Cherkley Court, Surrey, into a spa and golf resort

Out! Andy Murray set to lose £500,000 as High Court quashes plans for golf club

Another major loser will be the unique chalklands of the Leatherhead Downs, which some feel may never recover from the damage already done by the developers

Muslim woman loses legal challenge over airport interrogation

Sylvie Beghal was prosecuted after objecting behing questioned under anti-terrorism laws at East Midlands Airport 2011

Badger cull: National Farmers' Union begins mass killing in Gloucestershire and Somerset to tackle TB

5,000 badgers are expected to be culled in a controlled shooting

A survey by Avaaz found that 92 per cent of Maldivians want a reform of national laws to protect women from sexual assault, while 73 per cent are opposed to punishments for women for 'sexual crimes'

Maldives rape victim spared the lash after global anger

Girl’s ‘fornication’ sentence commuted after IoS highlights case

Maldives court overturns girl’s sentence of 100 lashes

A 15-year-old girl who was sentenced by a Maldives court to 100 lashes for engaging in premarital sex has had her conviction quashed.

The politician also reportedly cited a debunked study by Mark Regnerus of the University of Texas, which was published last year.

Mexican politician says gay people should not be allowed to marry because 'they don't face each other during sex'

'A marriage should only be considered amongst people that can look at each other in the eye while having sexual intercourse,' Jiménez Ortiz said

Ms Clinton said anyone who believed that racial discrimination was no longer a problem in US elections 'must not be paying attention'

Hillary Clinton attacks US Supreme Court ruling on voters’ rights

Speech is first high-profile engagement since leaving State Department

Flower power: Prince Charles, supports alternative therapies

Private talks between Prince Charles and Cabinet ministers took place on dozens of occasions since last election

Future king's has had seven separate meetings with the PM since May 2010, and 36 in all with Coalition frontbenchers

Activists from Manipur shout slogans against the federal government's lethal anti-insurgency law, the Armed Forces Special Powers Act

Victims of India’s dirty war in Manipur poised for justice

For years, men in Manipur have been shot by police on unproven suspicion of being militants. Now their families are fighting back

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Bangladesh’s main Islamic party barred from politics

Six leaders have been convicted of crimes in connection with the war of independence

Paul Lamb has taken on the case originally begun by Tony Nicklinson

Barbaric and inhumane: Paralysed man Paul Lamb hits back after judges dismiss his right-to-die appeal

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