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The Age
· 'Not necessary': US killing of Qassem Soleimani was unlawful, says UN expert  
Callamard's report as a UN independent expert is intended as an international wake-up call that will help to generate critical scrutiny and action on issues hitherto debated mainly by academics, lawyers and security experts.
BBC Sport
· More than 160 cases of coaches engaging in legal sexual activity with teens, FOI request shows  
This area of the law has been the subject of scrutiny for several years.
· Prince Harry heartbreak: 'Woke' Meghan and Harry at risk of 'fallout' with Royal Family  
As the legal case between Meghan and Associated Newspapers continues more details about her time as a working royal are likely to come out and could expose the Royal Family to further scrutiny.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Security law: Netflix will not ‘proactively’ remove Joshua Wong documentary – source  
Soon after recent book censorship in libraries, streaming platforms might be the next target of censorship under the new law, as it mandates #police online censorship w/o court scrutiny.
The Age
· Sex and secrets: Ghislaine Maxwell's will-she, won't-she waiting game  
She will face a bail hearing in New York on July 14 on charges of recruiting girls for Epstein to sexually abuse but it is her connections to high-flyers, including Prince Andrew and US President Donald Trump that will also be under scrutiny with questions over whether she has any evidence and the inclination to involve others in her spectacular downfall.
The Age
· Groups urge caution on new independent mine rehabilitation role  
It comes after the 2018 rehabilitation reforms raised the ire of advocates for allowing existing mines to leave behind large voids without public scrutiny.
Washington Post
· Official: Feds feared Epstein confidant might kill herself  
The Bureau of Prisons has been the subject of intense scrutiny since Epstein’s death, with staff shakeups and leadership changes.
Washington Post
· Presidents don’t usually lose as badly at the Supreme Court as Trump did  
In deciding cases involving access to Trump’s personal financial records, the Supreme Court unambiguously rejected the core Trumpian view of the presidency as a complete shield from outside scrutiny.
· Whether or not the Trump administration bans TikTok, it's already helping Facebook  
In the meantime, the mere suggestion of a ban is proving a boon to TikTok’s biggest rival, Facebook — and notably at a time when the U.S. company faces growing scrutiny over its decision not to take action on multiple controversial posts from Donald Trump.
Washington Post
· Video shows officer point gun at doctor on his own property  
A Colorado police department where officers were fired after re-enacting the chokehold death of a young Black man is under scrutiny again after video emerged of an officer pulling a gun on a doctor trying to park at a refugee center he operates.