News Headlines - 20 March 2016

Terror Suspect Salah Abdeslam's Lawyer Plans Legal Action Against French Prosecutor - NBC News

Terror suspect Salah Abdeslam's Belgian lawyer said Sunday that he plans to take legal action against a French prosecutor, accusing him of breaching the confidentiality of the investigation into the deadly Nov. 13 rampage in Paris.

More US Marines Sent In To Iraq To Deal With IS

The troops from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, or MEU, will add to the American forces already in the country battling the jihadist terror group.
The 26th MEU is currently deployed in the US 5th Fleet area of operations, which covers the Gulf, Red Sea, Arabian Sea, and parts of the Indian Ocean.

A voter's guide to the EU referendum | The Independent

We are being bombarded by claim and counter-claim - to the rescue come John Rentoul and Louis Ashworth, who explain the ins and outs of summer’s political hot potato

TV cameras to be allowed in English and Welsh crown courts | The Guardian

Sentencing remarks made by senior judges will be filmed in a pilot scheme expected to start within weeks. The footage will not be broadcast but the move could pave the way for the first live coverage of crown court cases. Until now filming has only been allowed at hearings at the court of appeal and supreme court.

José Mourinho has signed pre-contract agreement with Manchester United – report | The Guardian

José Mourinho has reportedly signed a pre-contract agreement to join Manchester United, with the former Chelsea manager due up to £15m in compensation if he is not appointed by the club by 1 June.








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