UK's Litvinenko inquest suffers setback
Judge leading probe into death of ex-Russian spy in London upholds government request to withhold crucial evidence.
Europe: British Poisoning Inquest Constrained
A coroner overseeing a British inquest into the poisoning of a former Russian security agent ruled that he had to exclude evidence on whether the Russian state was involved in the killing.
Jakarta Governor Attracts Following
Though evidence is scant so far that Joko Widodo, the governor of Jakarta, can fix the capital's problems, he has attracted intensive media coverage and is even mentioned as a strong presidential contender in 2014.
NZ Supreme Court to hear appeal on whether Dotcom can see US evidence
Government lawyers say Megaupload founder has no need to see documents.
Justice Department Calls Apple the "Ringmaster" In e-book Price Fixing Case
An anonymous reader writes "Back in April 2012, the U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple and a number of publishers for allegedly colluding to raise the price of e-books on the iBookstore. As part of its investigation into Apple's actions, the Justice Department collected evidence which it claims demonstrates that Apple was the 'ringmaster' in a price fixing conspiracy. Specifically, the Justice Department claims that Apple wielded its power in the mobile app market to coerce publishers to agree to Apple's terms for iBookstore pricing."