News Headlines - 18 May 2011

▽Stephen Lawrence trial announced - BBC
Two men are to be tried for the murder of Stephen Lawrence, the black teenager whose death at the hands of a group of white youths in 1993 had a pivotal impact on race relations in Britain.

▽Two men to stand trial for Stephen Lawrence murder after court ruling - The Guardian
Judges headed by the lord chief justice decided new forensic tests on Dobson's grey bomber jacket and a cardigan had produced evidence that was compelling enough to quash his acquittal and see him stand trial for a second time.

▽Stephen Lawrence: the legal ruling in full - Telegraph.co.uk
Below is a copy of the full legal ruling in the case of the murder of Stephen Lawrence:

▽Lawyers Move to Get Strauss-Kahn Out of Jail - New York Times
A lawyer for Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, filed papers late Wednesday for a new bail application to get him out of Rikers Island, where he  has been in protective custody and under a suicide watch.

▽Strauss-Kahn maid gives her side of the story to grand jury - The Independent
The hotel maid who has accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of attempted rape was due to testify before a grand jury behind closed doors last night, as her lawyers dismissed any notion that she consented to sexual contact with the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the penthouse suite of New York's Sofitel Hotel.







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