I find it hard to follow the thought process that led to the complaint being made in the first place. There must be thousands of books and articles that identify Stalin as the murderer of millions, without legal action from the grandson, and "bloodthirsty cannibal" almost seems mild in comparison. Perhaps he has a particular animus against tautology...The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a complaint by the grandson of Josef Stalin over a Russian newspaper article that called the Soviet dictator a “bloodthirsty cannibal”.
29 January 2015 Last updated at 19:32 GMT
Canada lottery 'winner' missed jackpot by seven seconds
Canada's Supreme Court has said it will not hear the appeal of a Quebec man who missed a C$27m (£18m) lottery jackpot by seven seconds.
Joel Ifergan bought two tickets for the weekly lottery draw in 2008, but the second ticket with the winning numbers printed just after the deadline.
Mr Ifergan argued he should share the winnings as he bought both tickets before the cut-off.
He reportedly spent $100,000 in legal costs on the case.
"I'm really disappointed in the decision, and it's not because it's about the money," Mr Ifergan told [URL='http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/7-seconds-too-late-scc-won-t-hear-27m-lotto-appeal-1.2211516?hootPostID=00f680d881fc3c7aa0e5bf584faf97a9']CTV News
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