News Headlines - 14 July 2012

John Terry faces FA ban despite being cleared in Anton Ferdinand racism trial | Metro.co.uk

The FA was close to concluding its own investigation into the matter when it had to be shelved as soon as the police got involved. With legal proceedings now at an end, it is able to take another look at the clash between Chelsea captain Terry and Rangers centre-back Ferdinand.

Angela Merkel intervenes over court ban on circumcision of young boys | guardian.co.uk

Angela Merkel's spokesman has promised Germany's Jewish and Muslim communities they will be free to carry out circumcision on young boys, despite a court ban that has raised concerns about religious freedom. The government said it would find a way around a ban imposed by a court in Cologne in June as a matter of urgency.

Thai court dismisses claims ruling party was trying to depose king | guardian.co.uk

Thailand's constitutional court has averted a looming political crisis after dismissing a highly controversial case that alleged MPs in the governing party were plotting to topple the monarchy by amending the constitution.

Hollande marks Bastille Day in Paris | euronews

Two months into the job, Francois Hollande has presided over the annual Bastille Day military parade in Paris.

BBC News - Facebook 'likes' and adverts' value doubted

A BBC investigation suggests companies are wasting large sums of money on adverts to gain "likes" from Facebook members who have no real interest in their products.








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