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27 Oct 2014
Colonel Mohamed Hassan, a spokesman for the judiciary in Mogadishu, says Ali Bashir Osman and Abdullahi Shariff were executed today.
27 Oct 2014
The corporation defended Rwanda's Untold Story, broadcast on BBC2 on 1 October, and said the decision to take the Great Lakes Service off the air was "unwarranted and disproportionate".
23 Oct 2014
The Revs Tana Riviere and Royston Such, who married in August 1995, were particularly outraged as it was the third time that the newspaper had published the false allegation.
Heat agrees libel settlement with Timberlake and Biel after Irish legal action over 'flirty photos' story21 Oct 2014
20 Oct 2014
Businessman Jean Bernard Fernandez-Versini, who married the 31-year-old singer - better known as Cheryl Cole - in July, had sued Reveal publisher the National Magazine Company for invasion of privacy and breach of the Data Protection Act 1998.
French Government appeals to European Court Grand Chamber for right to fine magazine over Prince Albert love child story15 Oct 2014
Paris Match was ordered to make the payout by the French courts after it published a story reporting a woman's claim that he was the father of her child.
14 Oct 2014
The need for an overhaul of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act was "obvious", said Blunkett. The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission told the same committee that the legislation was "time-expired" and should be replaced.
Legal documents on News UK's decision to drop application for phone-hacking trial costs will not be made public, judge rules02 Oct 2014
The company, now known as News UK, decided not to proceed with the application because it had been "troubled" by "the sheer scale" of assessing costs, Robert Smith QC told the Old Bailey yesterday.
26 Sep 2014
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson (pictured, Reuters) and actor Christopher Eccleston have settled their phone-hacking damages claims for £30,000 each.
Judge rejects reality TV star Chantelle Houghton's bid to force Closer to reveal source of planned story25 Sep 2014
She wanted a judge to order Closer magazine to disclose the name of the source, claiming that information relating to her had been leaked.
25 Sep 2014
A former British Army employee is the latest person to be arrested over Scotland Yard's long-running inquiry into the alleged corruption of public officials.
BBC One must broadcast 40 hours of peak-time current affairs a year under new rules after Trust found lack of 'impact'23 Sep 2014
The changes, introduced by the BBC Trust, state that the channel has to offer analysis of "issues of national and international concern" alongside "regular political coverage and topical debate".
12 Sep 2014
Mahmood, known as "the fake sheikh", who is currently suspended from The Sun, came under scrutiny earlier this year with the collapse of the trial of singer Tulisa Contostavlos for alleged involvement in a drug deal.
Preliminary issues of two 'Plebgate' defamation cases - against The Sun and Andrew Mitchell - to be tried together07 Aug 2014
The two actions are the case in which former Conservative chief whip Andrew Mitchell (pictured, Reuters) is suing News Group Newspapers, publisher of The Sun, over its reporting of an altercation in which he was involved at the gates of Downing Street, and the case in which he is in turn being sued by Pc Toby Rowland, the officer involved in the incident.
06 Aug 2014
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said at the announcement of the Wikimedia Foundation's first-ever transparency report in London, said the public had the "right to remember".
'Right to report': New regulations passed allowing journalists to film, report and tweet at council meetings06 Aug 2014
The move comes after Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles (pictured, Reuters) signed a Statutory Instrument - the Openness of Local Government Regulations 2014, (SI No 2095 of 2014) - which allows the press and public to film, digitally report, and tweet from all public meetings of local government bodies.
06 Aug 2014
An information tribunal has ruled that the councillors being identified in the Bolton News "could potentially cause unnecessary and unjustified damage".
Google pursued in court by Hong Kong-based businessman trying to get UK links to defamatory comments removed05 Aug 2014
He launched an action against Google under sections 10 and 14 of the Data Protection Act, seeking an injunction requiring the search giant to to block specific sites containing the allegations.
31 Jul 2014
The claims about Paddy McKillen were made in an article relating to Claridge's Hotel in London in a Taki column.
Northern Echo changed to guilty plea over naming of alleged sexual assault victim because defendant was first charged with rape30 Jul 2014
The newspaper initially pleaded not guilty to a charge of breaching the lifelong anonymity for the victims and alleged victims of rape and other sexual offences granted by section 1 of the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992.