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Aung San Suu Kyi to defend Myanmar against genocide charge at The Hague | World news

Aung Sang Suu Kyi will travel to The Hague to defend Myanmar against allegations of genocide, her office has announced. The Burmese leader, once an...
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Investor rights lawyers investigate Wirecard securities fraud – FinTech Futures

White-collar crime investigators raided Wirecard’s offices in Singapore multiple times. Wirecard’s rise has been plagued by intermittent controversy about its accounting and business practices, according...
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Brexit: John Major tells supreme court it would be ‘naive’ to believe Boris Johnson on prorogation – live news | Politics

As a Daily Telegraph columnist in the 1990s Boris Johnson was one of the many journalists on the Tory right who used to treat the...
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Brexit: Juncker says risk of no deal ‘palpable’ as MEPs debate UK’s departure from EU – live news | Politics

9.05am BST09:05 These are from my colleague Jennifer Rankin. Jennifer Rankin (@JenniferMerode) Masses of empty seats as Brexit debate in the European Parliament begins.Brexit party...
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Brexit: Supreme court begins hearing legal challenges over Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament – live news | Politics

Given the wider context, Downing Street might have thought twice before deciding today was the day to send Robert Buckland, the attorney general, out into...