News Headlines - 14 November 2011

▽Two on trial for high-profile British racist murder - Reuters
Dobson was cleared of Lawrence's murder at a trial in 1996. The Court of Appeal quashed that acquittal in May and said he could stand trial again.
A second trial was only made possible after a change in 2005 that ended the legal doctrine of double jeopardy, which prevented a defendant being tried again for a crime they had been cleared of.

▽Stephen Lawrence judge places 'absolute prohibition' on jurors' internet research - Evening Standard
The judge in the Stephen Lawrence murder trial today placed an "absolute prohibition" on jurors researching on the internet.

▽Phone hacking: 'nearly 30 NI staff named in Glenn Mulcaire notes' - The Guardian
The names of 28 News International employees appear in notebooks belonging to Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator who worked for the News of the World, the Leveson inquiry into press standards heard on its first day at London's high court.

▽Merkel urges stronger union to back euro - Financial Times
Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, called on Monday for Europe to build a “political union” to underpin the euro and help the continent emerge from its “toughest hour since world war two”.

▽Japan Economy Rebounds From Earthquake -  Wall Street Journal
The Japanese economy grew at a brisk 6% annualized rate in the July-September period, as strong rebounds in exports and consumption helped fuel a recovery from the massive dislocations caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.







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