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· Burundi opposition takes poll dispute to constitutional court  
Burundi's main opposition party on Thursday filed its submission to the Constitutional Court to contest the results of a presidential election it alleges was riddled with fraud and irregularities.
The China Post
· Burundi opposition candidate goes to court to challenge vote  
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Burundi’s top opposition leader went to the constitutional court Thursday to challenge the results of this month’s presidential election, alleging the vote was rigged in favor of the ruling party candidate.
Malay Mail
· Canada court decision could end ‘Huawei Princess’ extradition saga  
Authorities allege that Meng lied to the HSBC bank about Huawei’s relationship with its Iran-based affiliate Skycom, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions.
The Age
· Mascot Towers owners seek $15m from developer of neighbouring building  
The owners of Sydney's Mascot Towers are claiming more than $15 million in damages from the developer of a neighbouring building they allege is responsible for major cracks appearing in the apartment complex they were forced to evacuate almost a year ago.
The Verge
· Donald Trump is starting a messy fight with the entire internet  
In practical terms, it means that there is certain to be a court challenge alleging that the order is unconstitutional, which will hamstring any attempted action by the FCC.
The China Post
· Germany confronts Russian ambassador over cyberattack  
German prosecutors allege that Badin, “acting jointly with other persons not yet identified,” had “undertaken an intelligence operation against Germany for the intelligence service of a foreign power,” the ministry said.
The Independent
· Pablo Escobar's brother sues Apple for billions  
Pablo Escobar’s brother is suing Apple for $2.6bn after alleging his iPhone X was hacked through FaceTime.
· Arizona sues Google for tracking users' location even when they turned tracking off  
The lawsuit also alleges that Google's Android sometimes changed the default tracking settings without seeking user consent or even informing them.
Financial Express
· Paatal Lok brings hellfire on OTT platforms; reignites the debate on the regulation of content  
Last year, a member of the Shiv Sena IT Cell had filed a police complaint against Netflix alleging that the US-based online streaming service is “defaming Hindus and India” through shows hosted on its platform.
· Facebook German privacy case referred to European Court  
The German Federal Court on Thursday referred a lawsuit filed by a consumer protection watchdog alleging privacy violations by Facebook to the Court of Justice of the European Union to seek clarification on the applicable law.