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# US
Trayvon case: Video of teen's final moments among new evidence released
More than 200 pages of photos and witness accounts have been released in the controversial case which has stoked racial tensions in the US.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn expected to walk free as case collapses
The former IMF head could be set for a return to French politics after prosecutors dropped sexual assault charges.
Strauss-Kahn prosecutor asked to step down over 'leaks'
The former IMF head’s trial for attempted rape faces further controversy as legal squabbles continue.
# Italian Spring
Berlusconi's vote defeat dubbed 'Italian Spring'
The Italian electorate have dealt Silvio Berlsuconi a serious blow after overturning laws passed by his government aimed at reviving nuclear energy, privatising the nation’s water supply and helping the Prime Minsiter to avoid prosecution.
# Prostitution
Men who pay for sex 'should be prosecuted'
Public health specialist calls for men who buy sex to be prosecuted – but an organisation representing sex workers in Ireland says this is not the best approach.