actor is suing the tabloid and its executive editor Dan Wootton over a 2018 article which accused him of abusing former wife Amber Heard.His lawyer David Sherborne told the court he had evidence that"diametrically opposed" claims in the article.The 10-day case is due to start on March 23, and is expected to hear from witnesses over a video-link from California.
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FLAG goes to Supreme Court to free ex-NPA chief SalasThe Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) files a petition for a writ of habeas corpus, invoking the extraordinary power of the court to examine the legality of the murder case itself.
Ex-Chief Justice: Congress can review policies, Senate power to grant franchiseA former top official of the Supreme Court says Congress can review its chambers' powers in granting legislative franchises— amid the controversial license renewal case of media giant ABS-CBN. Mali ang headline niyo CNN. Ang senado po ay walang kapangyarihan na magbigay ng prangkisa sa abscbn kundi exclusively lang sa lower house ang senado ay mag propose lang sila for amendment. CNN basa nman kayo ng Article VI Section 24 of constitution.
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South Korea reports 169 new coronavirus cases, total tops 1,100
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