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Bomb Blast in Downtown Cairo Kills 1, Wounds 10 People

(CAIRO) — A midday bomb blast in a boulevard in downtown Cairo killed one person and wounded 10 on Monday, the health ministry said. Shortly afterward, a little-known group claimed responsibility for the attack. 321 more words

Peter Crossan: An overview of the powers of An Bord Pleanála

This is a guest post from Peter Crossan.  It was originally published on the Wind Aware Ireland Blog last month and advertised on their twitter feed (see below) and facebook page but was subsequently deleted. 956 more words

Judicial Review

'You can't hug Skype' - father resists removal of child to Hong Kong

‘You can’t hug Skype': Father wins legal battle against ex-wife trying to take their two-year-old son to Hong Kong after judge agrees you can’t cuddle over the internet… 435 more words

International Parental Child Abduction

South Korean Condom Maker - Unidus Corp - Sees 'Large Growth' In Sales After Country Decriminalizes Adultery

Market Watch: Shares of a South Korean condom manufacturer scored a sizable lift on Thursday after the nation’s high court struck down a 62-year-old law that made cheating on your spouse illegal. 41 more words


Leeds council's legal move against "persistent beggars" quashed in High Court

An injunction secured by Leeds City Council to crack down on “persistent beggars” was quashed in the High Court today.

Under the injunction – granted last June… 583 more words

Leeds City Council

Section 38 agreements – they ain’t what they used to be

They just got dearer.

The Court of Appeal delivered a nasty surprise to developers in a recent decision, Redrow, the result of which means that anyone labouring under the misapprehension that highways authorities are only entitled to claim costs of maintenance up to the point of adoption has now been left in absolutely no doubt that, in fact, the opposite is true. 415 more words