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An ex-supermodel has demanded £196 million from her wealthy ex-husband in one of the UK's biggest-ever divorce battles. Christina Estrada has told the High Court in London that she wants £10,000 a year from her ex-partner, allegedly a Saudi billionaire, so she can buy designer gowns and tickets to

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Companies who collect royalties on Happy Birthday to You - the most recognised song in the English language - have been ordered to pay back $14 million collected over the years. A US judge approved the settlement yesterday following last year's decision that Warner/Chappell Music does not own the fa

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A lawyer who quit the profession because he was 'average' and saw 'no potential for very large potential gain' has hit the jackpot by setting up a business producing masturbation devices for the burgeoning self-abuse market. Thirty-five year old Brian Sloan, turned his back on the law when he “rea

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A man alleged to have shot a woman while under house arrest evaded suspicion because his GPS tracker ankle bracelet was accidentally attached to a prosthetic leg that he left at home. Quincy Green, 44, was arrested on suspicion of firearm offences in April and kept under house arrest.

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Nearly two-dozen Italian parliamentarians have backed legislation which would force pizza makers to undergo a 120-hour course and exams. Twenty-two senators have thrown their names behind a bill which would establish a professional pizzaioli registry.

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A federal US judge has ordered Texas prison officers to provide safe drinking water to prisoners after they complained about the arsenic content of well water at Wallace Park Unit. District Judge Keith Ellison said the low security facility which only holds elderly and sick inmates should replace it

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Albania's national footballers will be rewarded with diplomatic passports for beating Romania in the Euro 2016 tournament. The passports do not carry a specific legal advantage, but will likely make international travel easier for the team's players.

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A married Brisbane lawyer was caught having an affair with a female colleague after his wife secretly set up hidden cameras in his office. The man's infidelity is now the talk of the town's legal profession.

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An American mother with a $1 million lottery ticket could wind up in prison after being accused of conspiring to steal the money to buy it. Joan Lechleitner, 51, was arrested on four counts of conspiracy and one each of theft, theft by deception, receiving stolen property, and tampering with records

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Eighteen lions will be put on "trial" in India to identify the big cat responsible for killing three people in the state of Gujarat. Police have rounded up the animals, whose paw prints and faeces are now being tested in order to establish the culprit of the tragic attack.

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A Russian lawyer is taking his ex-girlfriend to court in a bid to have her return the cash he spent on a couple's holiday in Crimea. Nikolai Zyablikov, 38, is suing Nina Zgurskaya, 29, for "illegal enrichment".

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A London man has been convicted of swiping his own defence barrister's £300 phone during a court appearance, the London Evening Standard reports. Bobby Heath, 26, stole his lawyer's Samsung Galaxy while she defended him from drug driving allegations in Bexley Magistrates Court.

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Police in Texas successfully apprehended a man who ran from police during a traffic stop after a field of cows gave him away. Samuel White, who was pulled over for speeding, led police on a high-speed chase after being told he faced arrest.

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Donald Trump, presumptive Republican nominee in the US presidential election, was left embarrassed after it emerged his lawyer has donated thousands of dollars to opponent Hillary Clinton's campaign. Trump is currently embroiled in legal action over the now-defunct Trump University, in which he's re

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A man in New Mexico has claimed he deliberately set his flat on fire because his neighbours were having sex too loudly. According to the complaint, Reuben Cook, 36, told officers he would rather go to prison and “get away from the noise”.

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